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Busy Fingers pupils enjoying a great PE session

Children at Busy Fingers Pre-school in Little Downham enjoyed a complimentary PE session run by local company All4ports.

A disabled Wisbech woman has described the aftermath of a five-car crash outside her home as “apocalyptic” and “frightening”. PHOTO: Supplied.

A Wisbech woman has described the aftermath of a five-car crash outside her home as “apocalyptic” and “frightening”.

An animal rescue charity is appealing for information after a dog was abandoned and left tied to a fence in Cambridgeshire. PHOTO: RSPCA.

An animal rescue charity is appealing for information after a dog was abandoned and left tied to a fence in Cambridgeshire.

A free screening of the award winning I, Daniel Blake in Wisbech has sparked interest in benefit support group.

A free screening of the award winning film ‘I, Daniel Blake’ in Wisbech has prompted a call for a new group to help those claiming benefits to be set up in the town.

John Davis with the drawing of the passenger version of the hover train that he drew just before the company folded.

The sudden end to high speed hover train experiments in the Fens in 1973 was a ‘devastating blow’ to the team working on creating public transport for the future.

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Alfa Jalo failed to fire March Town's first goal in five weeks as the Hares were beaten 1-0 by Whitton United on Saturday.  PHOTO: Ian Carter

March Town drew a blank for the fourth straight week in their defeat to Whitton United last Saturday.

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Acoustic performer Chloe Reynolds will perform at Octavia’s Café in Wisbech next month as part of After Hours Live. PHOTO: After Hours Live.

Acoustic performer Chloe Reynolds will perform at Octavia’s Café in Wisbech next week as part of After Hours Live.

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This fox was left unable to walk after being hit and trapped by a car. Fenland Animal Rescue came to his rescue and it is now on the way to a full recovery. PHOTO: Fenland Animal Rescue

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.

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