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Yesterday, 16:27

Members of Fenland District and Benwick Parish councils gathered with project partners and villagers as excited school children got to try out the £115,000 play park for the first time on Friday, June 16.

Mike Petty, a research historian with expert knowledge of River Great Ouse and drainage of the Fens, shared some of his research with The March Society in an enjoyable talk.

Dozens of guests helped mark the opening of a new and innovative funeral home in Wisbech.

Glastonbury Festival came to a pre-school in March on Friday, complete with a mud field, live music stages, campfire, face-painting, photo booth, paddling pool and even a pet enclosure.

Local slimmers collected 360 bags of clothes that are now too big for them, in just two weeks, to raise money for a cancer charity.

A petition has been set up calling for action to stop a dog attacking another child after the Jack Russell bit a five year old girl’s face in an unprovoked attack.

A plan to let Whittlesey Town Council buy the local police station has been given the green light.

A grateful wife and her friend is planning to jump out of a plane to raise cash for Magpas Air Ambulance as a thank-you for saving her husband’s life following a fluke accident.

Ambitious plans to regenerate Wisbech are a ‘once in a lifetime window of opportunity’ to transform the town and its community.

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Fri, 16:18

A petition has been set up calling for action to stop a dog attacking another child after the Jack Russell bit a five year old girl’s face in an unprovoked attack.

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Ambitious plans to regenerate Wisbech are a ‘once in a lifetime window of opportunity’ to transform the town and its community.

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A drink driver who killed a Wisbech man after causing a five-vehicle collision has been jailed for six years.

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A man is due to be sentenced after pleading guilty to death by dangerous driving in a five vehicle crash at Mepal which killed a 60-year-old Wisbech man.

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Work to improve the railway stations at Manea and Whittlesey will steam ahead this weekend as contractors begin to undertake survey work.

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A five year old girl has surgery after a Jack Russell bit her face in an unprovoked attack in March.

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Recycling old newspapers has raised enough money to fund an all expenses paid day trip for children from March.

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An Armed Forces day took place in Wisbech which included a range of stalls by local ex-services associations and interested parties featuring displays and attractions.

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A jury has decided the death of a 22-year-old jet skier who was in collision with another rider on a water sports lake in Little Paxton in 2015 was an accident.

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Yesterday, 10:28

More than 80 people have refused to leave their homes on the fire trap Chalcots Estate during the urgent evacuation last night.

Exposed gas pipes and inadequate fire doors are just some of the reasons in addition to the flammable cladding that the London Fire Brigade ordered the immediate evacuation of the Chalcots estate last night.

Residents are being evacuated from all five tower block on the Chalcots Estate in an emergency move tonight.

Children’s Theatre Company Ipswich’s artistic director Bridie Rowe talks about newest production Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

A unique collection of photographs taken by children showing how places in Stevenage have changed over time is touring different locations across the town.

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