Our Day Out the musical is coming to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds.
‘Touching, funny and utterly original’, Scamp Theatre’s adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s ‘Stick Man’ is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange.
A caravan was stolen from the March Road area of Coates between 11.30am and 2.30pm yesterday (Tuesday August 15).
Do you recognise this bike? Police have shared an appeal for information on social media after it was stolen last night.
A Fenland woman celebrated her 80th birthday with a three-day party and microlight flight – all in aid of charity.
The Friends of Wisbech Museum are hosting a free exhibition at the Wisbech and Fenland Museum from Saturday August 19 to October 21.
One person was treated by paramedics after a two-vehicle collision at Sixteen Foot Bank, Stonea on Tuesday.
A Wisbech woman is to host her debut horse show this weekend having overcome a fall whilst riding that left her hospitalised with serious spinal fractures.
Anglian Water says they are not to blame for flooding in Fisherman’s Drive, March that has blighted the lives of many residents.
Churchill Road in Wisbech is partially blocked after a lorry crashed into a lamp post leaving several bales of hay in the road.
The first Sunday opening at the Wisbech & Fenland Museum has been deemed as a success, with visitors enjoying the shops’ exhibition and the original manuscript of the ‘Great Expectations’ in the library room.
One of the most famous objects in British history - the musket ball that killed Nelson - is coming to Norfolk.
The Wisbech U3A’s monthly meeting was held at St Peter’s Church Hall on Thursday August 10.
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with 11 counts of criminal damage and three counts of breaching a criminal behaviour order.
A Wisbech Grammar School pupil has raised £1,000 for charity by swimming a mile in open water.
Prepare for Peterborough city centre to be brought to life with a mixture of art installations, theatre, performance art, and parades on Friday and Saturday.
Hard-working railway volunteers have helped to create a commemorative garden at March station.
Two visitors were welcomed to the August meeting of the Doddington Women’s Institute.
A fundraising duo from The Nottingham in March joined supermarket staff in finishing the Race For Life to raise £545 for Cancer Research.
The Cambridgeshire Regiment is to host an exhibition of Lilian Ream military photographs at Wisbech Library next Saturday, August 19.
Residents of Wisbech, the Fens and surrounding areas are being invited to play Your Hospice Lottery, to help raise funds for the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre based at North Cambs Hospital.
Whittlesey Town Council has agreed to fund the outreach of Citizens Advice Rural Cambs in the town.
Folk in the Town returns for a second year, offering two days of traditional folk, Americana and Blue Grass music to get your toes tapping - and entry is free.
Crews from Dogsthorpe and Whittlesey were called to rescue a horse stuck in a water filled ditch last night (Tuesday August 8).
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Thousands of children and adults got to grips with where their food comes from at the Fengrain stand as part of Countryfile Live.
A Chatteris engineering student at Cambridge Regional College has scooped an award for a film promoting higher education qualifications.
Some people have too much money than is good for them. So many famous people fall by the wayside because they cannot cope with the excessive payments they receive.
An Ely man who caused the death of his front seat passenger and left his rear passenger with a fracture to his femur and a punctured lung has been jailed for more than two years.
A Leverington man celebrated 60 years in the news trade industry and his 72nd birthday on Saturday.