Students at Wisbech Grammar School raised £454 for local charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers on their mission to ‘#HelpTheirChildrenSmile’ by holding a raffle.
Doddington lit up last month (November 25) as the Christmas lights were officially switched on – hundreds of locals came out to see the town burst with colour.
The March Can’t Sing Choir has performed another festive show, this time to the residents of Swan House in Chatteris.
Lyncroft Care Home in Wisbech was host to a Christmas Elf activity day with nursery pupils to raise funds and awareness for families affected by dementia.
The annual festive celebration at St Peter’s Church in March has raised £1,832 - with more still to come.
Wisbech pet owners have been warned of the damage that some of our festive foods can do to our pets.
Can you help this Wisbech woman reunite with her Christmas reindeer car antler? She woke up to the devastating sight of her previously festive Peugeot left antler-less.
Pupils from the All Saints Inter-Church Academy are gearing up for their Christmas productions – one from Key Stage One (KS1) and another from Key Stage Two (KS2).
People all around the Fens woke up on Sunday (December 10) to what looked to be a scene from a Christmas film - here’s what Fenland photographers captured from Ely’s snow day.
Drinkers at a pub in March were left ‘star struck’ after a Hollywood look-a-like made a quick stop at the Cock Inn.
The Friends’ of Wisbech Grammar School’s Michaelmas Ball took place in the Skelton Hall.
Christmas is approaching, and so is Santa, once again he’ll be taking a tour around March led by the Lions Club and the Rotary Club.
The Elm Charity Christmas Lights came to a halt last weekend after three Thomas Clarkson Academy students pulled out the electrical wires.
A Whittlesey charity shop manager took on the strenuous task of walking 100 kilometres (62 miles) in aid of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice (EACH) and raised a total of £900.
Three hundred abandoned hens are hoping to enjoy their first Christmas in a safe environment – and Cambridgeshire families are being invited to give them a secure future.
Two separate handbag thefts have occurred in Whittlesey – outside the Co-Op store – within three days.
The new Papworth Hospital is set for completion in September next year and you can follow the £165million building process from the comfort of your own home.
A Chatteris author has written a children’s rhyming book just in time for Christmas; it’s seen success and is now being sold in two bookshops in Ely.
A congealed lump of fat, sanitary napkins, wet wipes, condoms and nappies – known in the waste trade as a fatberg – caused closure of a major Fenland supermarket today.
Designated drivers are being offered free soft drinks as part of the annual winter drink drive campaign – six pubs in Fenland have already signed up.
March student Charlie Calvert was awarded the Junior Young Person of the Year Award for Cambridgeshire at an award ceremony in Cambridge.
Owls took over the Horsefair Shopping Centre in Wisbech on Saturday as volunteers from the Exotic Pet Refuge of Deeping St James displayed three of its resident owls.
This December three lucky Wisbech shoppers can win an unlimited free parking permit to use at the Horsefair Shopping Centre in 2018.
Hundreds filled Broad Street yesterday, playing games and indulging in some Christmas shopping at March Christmas market 2017.
They are now parents and grand parents but for one day only villagers were invited to reflect on life 50 years after they first sat behind a school desk.
As we approach the Christmas season, Ely market is getting ready for the occasion with a series of late festive markets.
An artist and loving grandmother who spent 30 years of her life living on Hill Street in Wisbech has passed away aged 95.
The Wisbech Speed Skating team have reached the end of a successful season – here are some of the highlights.
A five year old budding artist has taken home free cinema tickets after winning a Specsavers competition in Wisbech.
A home owner thanked villagers for their generosity after his Wimblington home was gutted in a fire last night (November 27).