Cambridge Junction has announced a series of socially-distanced live shows in December, the first events to take place in the venue since March.
Live from their home, the intimate ‘Unfamiliar at Home’ tours online this November - including via the Cambridge Junction.
The owner of a popular Fenland pizza restaurant which closed last month is now pursuing a creative career in sculpture and garden design.
A Wisbech mum who is making a full scale replica of the Bayeux Tapestry has created a colouring book that features hand-drawn images from her “labour of love”.
Theatre, dance, music, comedy, puppetry and magic are among 80 free events being put on for Cambridgeshire by The Library Presents as part of their autumn season.
Wisbech & Fenland Museum has received a grant of £19,000 following its temporary closure caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Items donated by Ed Sheeran, Delia Smith, racehorse Enable, Ricky Gervais, Coldplay and Dawn French have raised more than £53,000 for the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices charity.
Reaching 50 is always a milestone but the lockdown meant celebrations were quieter than they might have hoped for the Welney Wetland Centre.
Our journalist and digital know-it-all has landed a one-hour TV slot on Sky for his self-directed documentary on London’s car-parazzi.
A neighbour who complained that dining pods at a country restaurant impeded their privacy has had their objections rejected.
Wisbech women Sue Dockett and Julie Williams have published a booklet which tells the story of working women’s struggle for equality through the trade union movement.