A March man is among six people convicted of being members of the banned extreme right wing neo-Nazi group National Action.
Police forced entry to a vehicle in Chatteris today and recovered a sizeable amount of drugs.
A small Fenland community stood silent on Sunday in memory of those who died in 1914-18 conflict.
‘They died that we might live’ the moving inscription at the top of the memorial around which villagers at Eastrea gathered to remember those from their community who died in both world wars.
The Town Crier of Chatteris, Lawrence Weetman, joined over 120 other town criers from around the world in making a simultaneous ‘Cry For Peace’ at the beacon lighint ceremony on Remembrance Sunday (November 11).
A March girl’s football club has played their first game of the season after fearing they could fold if no more players came forward.
A Chatteris singer-songwriter has taken the next step in his music career by signing a record deal with GingerDog Records.
Forty-five wreaths - more than any previous year - were laid in Chatteris for Remembrance Sunday 2018.