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Yesterday, 12:25

Cambridgeshire’s councils have estimated the pandemic may cost them more than £100 million collectively this financial year.

An 18-year-old burglar was jailed today (Monday) for a year after committing his fifth burglary in less than nine months.

After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.

More than £10,000 worth of GPS trackers have been stolen from 11 tractors on an east Cambs farm over the weekend, police have revealed.

An Ely dad is gearing up to cycle from the Fens all the way to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London in a bid to get more toy donations for the children’s hospital.

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Yesterday, 16:06

March Town first-team captain Andy Wright is confident his players can build on the success of last season as he eyes another impressive campaign in the Cambs & Hunts Premier League.

Runners from March Athletic Club did not let the coronavirus pandemic stop them from completing their own virtual Whitemoor race this year.

Packed playing calendars and the onset of social distancing means England’s World Cup winning squad are unable to toast the anniversary of last year’s unforgettable Lord’s victory in person, but captain Eoin Morgan plans to get the gang back together sooner rather than later.

‘Go out and enjoy yourselves’ was the message for Three Counties Running Club members in their latest lockdown challenge.

With more grassroots sport getting the green light to return to action after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebrate with another sports quiz?!

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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Both buyers and sellers have got the message at a Fenland car boot sale which is now celebrating its second month of re-opening following the coronavirus pandemic.

Acclaimed sculptor Anish Kapoor brings his largest ever UK outdoor show to Houghton Hall.

An Ely teacher and food blogger has been keeping busy during lockdown by taking her cookery classes online.

Perspex screens to separate tables and booths, laminated menus that are sanitised after every use and staff wearing face visors are among the ways that Arbuckles in Ely is ensuring customers feel safe when visiting post-lockdown.

A museum that will remain shut until at least the end of August is urging residents to help out once it reopens its doors.

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