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Yesterday, 17:22

Can you help a child in Fenland wake up with something to open this Christmas? Cambridgeshire Police want your help.

Wisbech Lions Club sleigh runs and statics - all sleigh routes should start at 5.45pm and finish about 7.30pm.

Get ready because it's almost time for the Chatteris Christmas lights switch-on, which this year takes place on Saturday November 30 at 4.30pm.

A small tractor and rotary cutter worth more than £4,000 combined were stolen from a Fenland property.

Mayor James Palmer emphatically denied he visited the home of former Brexit Party candidate Vivienne Robinson to encourage her to stand down.

Sport

Fri, 12:28

Steve Barclay was hit by a wave of criticism on social media after posting a perhaps rather unusual video as build-up to the General Election intensifies.

It was a case of plusses but no points for Wisbech Town last Saturday.

Whittlesey Athletic are well and truly bouncing after impressive home performances of late.

It was prizes galore for the March Golf Club ladies team at their presentation night this week.

Confusion reigned at the final whistle as Ely Tigers faced Thurston at the Cambridge Commodities Park on Saturday afternoon.

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Yesterday, 10:26

Get ready because it's almost time for the Chatteris Christmas lights switch-on, which this year takes place on Saturday November 30 at 4.30pm.

The North Pole skating rink in Cambridge is back this winter and you could be there for free.

Finding a family-friendly day out which isn't going to be affected by inclement weather is always a challenge, but there are plenty of options which don't require a train journey into London.

A popular baritone and tenor who sung for Princess Diana will bring an evening of songs and laughter to the Emmanuel Church in Parson Drove.

Prism - starring Robert Lindsay and Tara Fitzgerald - opens at the Cambridge Arts Theatre on November 18.

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Fri, 15:19

Police officers and staff across Cambridgeshire were commended for bexceptional acts of selflessness, compassion and bravery at the Chief Constable's Commendations and Long Service Ceremony.

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