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A gang of fraudsters who swindled elderly and vulnerable victims across the country - including in Elm and March - out of £177,000 by claiming to be police officers have been jailed for a total of more than 10 years.

Andrew Mattless helped run Wisbech Sea Cadets

A Wisbech paedophile who worked with young people in the town for three years without a police check, is among 101 people taken to court since David Cameron announced a crackdown on child porn.

Mark Lloyd

Mark Lloyd, the £190,000 a year chief executive of Cambridgeshire County Council, is to take an eight per cent pay cut – around £15,000 a year- to head up the Local Government Association.

Stewards Cllrs Steve Garratt, David Mason, Julie Windle, Bob Wicks and Eamonn Dorling. Picture: RWT PHOTOGRAPHY.

Visitors to Whittlesey town centre were treated to live music on Sunday.

A 26 year-old man from Littleport had the perfect business – a steady stream of customers, a pitch outside a fruit and vegetable packing plant in Ely and a healthy turnover.

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March ABC boxers and coaches worked with the Great Britain boxing squad at the English Institute of Sport.

Boxers and coaches from March ABC got the chance to learn from the best in the country when they visited the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.

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Cavalry Primary School, March. Head teacher Val Spriggs at her retirement assembly. Picture: Steve Williams.

Amazing adventures are in store for a March head teacher who this week retired after 21 years.

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