A fibre glass full size replica of a black and white Fresian cow – thought to be worth around £1,000 and described as a ‘local icon’ – was stolen from a Fenland garden.
Two performers with extraordinary life stories – including one from Littleport – will perform in Chatteris and Ely in May.
A March businessman has spoke of his despair after plans to erect a storage building on land next to his home were refused by council planners – despite support from March Town Council.
A 94-year-old Halifax navigator during World War Two was the guest at the March meeting of the Wisbech Business And Professional Men’s Club.
The St John Passion: the harpsichord was ancient, its organ hadn’t been serviced for more than three decades and the overhead choir stall was so unstable that there was a real danger it would crash to the floor.
March Town Cricket Club is revamping as part of a country-wide initiative called Cricket Force.
China State Theatre is bringing its production of The Embroidery Girl to the Cambridge Corn Exchange next week.
Members of Wisbech theatre group RATz lit up the stage of the Angles Theatre with their latest production.