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Ruth Neave spoke for the first time publicly today of the 20 years almost to the day since her six year-old son Rikki was found murdered.

Protest outside Oliver Cromwell. Picture: Steve Williams

Two protestors turned up at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March to make a peaceful stand against a press conference in which Ruth Neave demanded that Cambridgeshire Police find her son’s killers.

Cambridgeshire Police

A terrorist crackdown has been launched in Cambridgeshire with the focus on firearms and explosives as part of Counter Terrorism Awareness Week.

Cambridgeshire County Council's County Hall

Free transport for vulnerable people in the Fens is about to go into a three month consultation period in an effort to ensure that people get equal access to the service.

Poppy Appeal

A big thankyou has been sent to the people of March who donated £19,208.09 for this year’s Poppy Appeal.

Sport

Thu, 14:00

March Marlins swimmer Stephen Mavin picked up three golds for Cambridgeshire at the InterCounty Gala in Newmarket.

March Saracens under-16s wearing their new kit sponsored by Ridgeons Timber & Builders Merchants and training kit sponsored by UDL Intellectual Property. Christine Lund Beck from UDL is handing over the training kit to Steve Hudson, joint team manager.  March Saracens are currently second in division 3 of the Peterborough Youth League.

March Saracens under-16s have been boosted by two sponsorship deals.

Dick Creasey.(PHOTO: Barry Giddings)

Stuart Cobb salvaged a point for Wisbech Town in a scrappy 1-1 draw at Deeping Rangers last night.

Solomon Prestidge.

Wisbech picked up their first away of the season in dramatic, if controversial, circumstances.

Denny Escorcio. Picture: Steve Williams.

March Town United have been notoriously slow starters this campaign but that changed against Haverhill Borough on Saturday ... they were 3-0 up after 37 minutes.

What's On

Yesterday, 08:25

Irish pop band The Script is the first act to be announced for Forest Live 2015, the annual summer music series at Thetford Forest organised by the Forestry Commission.

Last year's Whittlesey Christmas Extravaganza. Picture: Steve Williams.

A business group is holding its annual Christmas Extravaganza on the Market Square on December 12.

Peckover House, in Wisbech.

Special open days for Christmas have become tradition at Peckover House, in Wisbech, with the event becoming ever more popular each year.

March will be lit up for Christmas on Friday, November 28.

Fenland starts lighting up for Christmas next week with three towns turning on their festive street decorations in three days.

Princess Theatre at Hunstanton

Enjoy the magic of Christmas this year at the Princess Theatre, Hunstanton, with three shows to get people in the festive spirit.

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