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Advice given by those travelling by bus couldn’t be any clearer, but in Peterborough today those messages appear not to have got through to everyone.

Fire crews are currently tackling a blaze in a barn at Mepal near Chatteris.

Fire crews remain today (Sunday) at the scene of a major fire of recyclable plastics in Littleport last night.

Five fire engines, two water carriers and more than 20 fire fighters were called to tackle a blaze in Littleport tonight.

The A10 through Littleport was closed on Saturday night as more than 20 firefighters tackled a massive blaze in the Horsley Hale area of the village.

Sport

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Wisbech Town chief Brett Whaley has spoken of his sympathy for local rivals March Town.

Boss Brett Whaley insists he will take no satisfaction from Wisbech Town’s fortunate survival.

It may be difficult to entertain local sports fans during the coronavirus pandemic, but some of Cambridgeshire’s cricketers are doing their best to keep their followers engaged.

It was a case of unfinished business for Wisbech 1sts, but the junior sides continued to impress during a busy 2019-20 campaign.

Our non-league and grassroots clubs will not play again this season after the Football Association called a halt to the 2019-20 campaign today (March 26).

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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

The Chatteris Midsummer Festival, which was due to be held on June 27 and 28, has been cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns.

Organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival have announced that this year’s event will not be going ahead due to concerns over the coronavirus.

Music is very good for well-being, both physically and mentally. A good tune boosts feelings of happiness and a dance around the kitchen helps to keep you fit. We have compiled a list of feelgood songs to help make our weeks of confinement seem less torturous

CAMRA has announced the cancellation of this year’s Cambridge Beer Festival due to the ongoing concerns over the Coronavirus pandemic.

Theatres in and around Cambridgeshire are beginning to shut their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

A consultant in emergency medicine at Hinchingbrooke Hospital - who has recovered from coronavirus - has shared his story with The Hunts Post in a bid to urge the public to stay at home.

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