An arson attack which caused ‘£100.000s’ worth of damage has been blamed for the closure of Mepal Outdoor Centre.
The forgotten story of the remarkable high-speed hover train experiment of the 1960s and ‘70s, trialled in the Fens, has been made into a film.
A children’s nursery has been warned it is “inadequate” after inspectors discovered three staff were unqualified and children’s photos, names and sometimes dates of birth had been posted on the nursery’s social media pages.
A March woman who came across a burnt out car when she was riding her horse at the weekend says it could have spooked him and caused an accident.
A bid to turn a paddock at Walsoken into a travellers’ camp with 12 mobile homes and 12 caravans has been rejected after a nine month campaign – that included 47 letters of objection - to halt it.
March Town drew a blank for the fourth straight week in their defeat to Whitton United last Saturday.
James MacMillan’s St Luke Passion will be performed at St John’s College Chapel in Cambridge on Saturday March 18.
A fox that was found trapped underneath a car on a Fenland road is on the mend thanks to a £1,000 rescue effort by charity volunteers.