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A drink driver who caused a collision which killed three members of one family, including a young mother and father, has been jailed for eight years and four months.

Passengers were quickly evacuated after a fire involving a bus and a car on the guided busway in Cambridgeshire today.

Cambs Fire have released these photos of the aftermath of a collision between a car and guided bus that went up in flames in Longstanton this morning.

The rail bridge at Stonea claimed its latest victim last night (Sunday) when this van misjudged the height and went careering off the road.

A charity football match to honour the memory of former Wisbech Town goalkeeper Mark Ovendale took place at the weekend with over 250 attending.

Sport

Friday, May 17, 2019

A charity cricket match to mark 100 years of the Neale-Wade Association will take place next month.

Round 2 of the Junior Fenland League saw a third place finish for the March Marlins Swimming Club this month with 25 personal best times achieved.

I am Dr Wendy Harrison, aged 55, and I am delighted to have completed the London Marathon on Sunday (April 28) in a time of 4 hours 49 minutes.

A rugby club from the Fens celebrated its senior and junior players' success at their annual awards evening last week.

Despite a cloudy start, the sun shone and this year's Waterbeach Running Festival was a record-breaking event with more people donning their running shoes than in previous years (nearly 800 registered), and around £4,500 raised for local charity Waterbeach Toddler Playgroup.

What's On

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Stones in His Pockets requires two actors to perform all 15 characters, men and women, playing roles from spoilt American starlet to village old timer.

Want to travel world but don't have enough time or money? Why not come down to Ely Markets the late May Bank Holiday weekend?

The Anglian Players are celebrating nearly 70 years of entertainment and to mark the occasion they are bringing Jekyll and Hyde to town.

High-wire performers, clowns and jugglers are all on their way to the Fens as they prepare to stay at the Skylark Garden Centre from May until June.

Local companies enjoyed success at Truckfest, the biggest outdoor trucking festival in Europe. Attracting the biggest names in the haulage industry from around the United Kingdom some 3,500 trucks were in attendance.

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

A statue donated to March nearly 20 years ago that remained out of sight - and for most of the time out of mind - has been put on public display.

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