A mind-bending psychological thriller from the pen of Anthony Horowitz comes to Bury St Edmunds’ Theatre Royal fr
A 94-year-old Halifax navigator during World War Two was the guest at the March meeting of the Wisbech Business And Professional Men’s Club.
Join KD Theatre on an exciting adventure along the riverbank when they stage a new production of Kenneth Grahame’s family classic ‘The Wind In The Willows.’
Members of Wisbech theatre group RATz lit up the stage of the Angles Theatre with their latest production.
Auditions for RATz theatre group’s next musical production will be held next month at the Angles Theatre in Wisbech.
A Willingham woman who set light to her home following an argument with her partner who had barricaded himself into a bedroom has received a suspended jail term.
Fusing comedy, crime, mystery, action and romance, ‘Game Night’ focuses on a group of friends who meet weekly to play board games; but when an unexpected guest turns up, things kick up several gears very quickly.
Goalkeeper Nick Pope, who comes from Wicken, has been called up to the England national team.
People in the Fens who live with, or are affected by, diabetes will get the chance to have their say on how the condition is managed locally at a public event next month.
A new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s family classic The Jungle Book comes to life at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from Tuesday 20 to Saturday 24 March.
A former March resident who is responsible for ensuring that 3,500 military and civilian personnel are trained has been awarded the RAF100 Centenary Apprentice of Year.
A Wisbech man who groomed a young girl on phone messenger apps and “deliberately took advantage of her vulnerability for his own sexual gain” has been jailed.
Norfolk Symphony Orchestra will bring the colours and sounds of French impressionist music to St Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn on Sunday March 25.
Cocaine thought to be worth £400 was seized by police after a raid in Fordham.
The Golden Girls of Tilney St Lawrence presented a cheque for £3,700 to the charity Youngminds UK.
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Neale-Wade Academy students have won both the boys and girls county badminton titles at U16 level.
A man in his 60s was taken to hospital with serious facial injuries after being pulled out of his van and repeatedly hit following a minor collision in Pondersbridge near Whittlesey.
A seven-year-old girl from March had the “unforgettable experience” of walking out to over 80,000 cheering fans at Wembley Stadium after she was picked as a mascot.
The RAF Swing Wing Band will visit Wisbech for a concert in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force.
Almost £80,000 worth of road safety improvements are to be carried out across East Cambridgeshire.
A £700,000 renovation has transformed a formerly derelict service station into the “stylish and cosy” guest wing of a boutique hotel in Outwell
Students at the College of West Anglia’s Wisbech campus had a unique opportunity to photograph an international model this week.
After dazzling fans last year, the stars of LDN Wrestling – who have travelled to America – are coming to The Brook in Soham.
A grant of up to £88,000 has been awarded to The Stained Glass Museum in Ely so it can develop its ‘windows onto the future’ project.
More than £600,000 of funding has been allocated for road safety improvements across the county.
Tickets are running low for the annual Doddington Disco which takes place this Saturday (March 10).
One of Britain’s youngest racehorse trainers, who is based in Newmarket and will send out her first ever Cheltenham Festival runners next week, is becoming trainer ambassador of Huntingdon Racecourse.
Six Wisbech apprentices were awarded for their ‘outstanding performance and ambitious drive’ at an annual ceremony.
An Evening With Paul Gascoigne is coming to the Princess Theatre in Hunstanton later this year.