A parish council has raised concerns over delays in settling the proceeds a £1 million estate left to support the village.
The Wisbech branch of Santander on the Market Place is among 140 of the UK’s branches to close in response to the changes in customer banking.
A police hunt has been launched to find 26-year-old Darryl Gowler who is wanted for questioning on fraud, blackmail and theft offences in March and Warboys.
A talented illustrator from Wisbech has created a modern map of the town highlighting historic landmarks in an arty form.
A Soham mum has been chosen to be an ambassador for a charity that supports families suffering the loss of a loved one in a road crash after her 22 year old daughter was killed by a drunk driver.
Chatteris Tennis Club’s men had more to celebrate at the end of the Cambs Winter League.
Gary Setchell watched his Wisbech Town side collect another point in their pursuit of Northern Premier League Division One East safety last Saturday . . . then admitted they let two more slip away.
After a few years of no girls football in Chatteris the challenge to get girls back into the sport was taken by Chatteris Town FC (The Lillies).
Three Counties Running Club members have impressed at a variety of events recently.
Wisbech Town began a tough run on the road with a brilliant victory last Saturday.
Tribute band ABBA ReBjörn are set to make a return to The Maltings in Ely.
An award winning band have confirmed that the are playing a one off show in Thetford Forest as part of a series of summer concerts organised by the Forestry Commission.
Wisbech Music Society will host an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan on February 8.
Acoustic soul musician Stuart Barbour will perform at Octavia Café on February 1 as free concert series After Hours Live returns to Wisbech.
Described as explosive, breathtaking and spectacular, international hit Spirit of the Dance comes to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Wednesday January 30.
A campaign has been launched to raise £5,000 for a memorial in Chatteris to mark three “horrendous” crashes that saw dozen of airmen killed during the Second World War.