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I am a committee member on the Cambs 876 Remembered a commemorative project devised and being conducted by Eastern region members of the Riders Branch, Royal British Legion.

March Broad Street/High Street circa 1925

This photo of Broad Street, March was taken about 1925.

fenland Hall county road

A woman who cheated two London boroughs and Fenland Council out of £40,000 in housing benefit has been spared jail after a judge heard she may have to sell her home to pay the money back.

May I through your column say a big ‘thank-you’ to the three gentlemen who came to my aid when I had fallen in The Chase (Gaul Road), March last week.

Kingsfield Primary School, Chatteris

A Cambridgeshire primary school is appealing to members of the community for historical photos of the old King Edward and Burnsfield schools ahead of an exhibition later this year.

Incident at Block Fen Mepal where a lorry driver was injured after his Hankins Ltd vehicle hit overhead cables.

The driver of a tipper lorry that hit overhead power cables at a Fenland quarry was remains in a serious condition in hospital.

Amanda Rawlings, Dawson's Flowers, The Causeway, Blunts Lane, Whittlesey, Peterborough

Having never been given a bunch of flowers during her 25-year marriage, a Lloyds Bank customer was left feeling rosy after her husband bought her a florist shop just in time for Valentine’s Day – so she could set up her first business.

The very popular Just Sing! group in Wisbech is looking for a new voluntary leader and accompanist.

Dougie Smiling Square

Would you like to perform on the main stage of Ely Folk Festival alongside some of the best British folk and roots acts around?

Peterborough News

Fri, 12:35
Richard Maycroft

Police have issued a comment following the sentencing of March man Richard Maycroft who was jailed yesterday (Thursday) for 13 years for nine counts of sexual assault and rape.

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MP Steve Barclay with culture minister at Must Farm

Mr Barclay invited the minister to join him on the visit to Must Farm where Cambridge Archaeological Unit have unearthed two or three wooden huts and artefacts dating back to the Bronze Age.

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Former March Town footballer Sid Garratt has passed away, aged 84.

Tributes have been paid to local sportsman and ‘great socialiser’ Sid Garratt, who died last month, aged 84.

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Richard Maycroft jailed for 13 years for sex offences

A father of two was jailed for 13 years today for nine sexual assaults on four female victims - two of which were 12 years old.

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Richard Maycroft was found guilty of 10 sexual assault charges

A Chatteris father, labelled as a “sexual predator”, was jailed today for 13 years.

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Adrianna J. Tetnowski, author of 'The Dark Maiden', the first book in my 'The Tales of Iradas' series.

An 18 year old student has self published her debut book after four years working on the teenage dark fantasy fiction.

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A number of classic cars and a family home were completely destroyed by a fast spreading fire.

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Thorney, A47, 
09/02/2016
Picture by Terry Harris.

A house and vintage cars – themselves worth an estimated £500,000- were destroyed in last night’s blaze at Thorney.

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A House fire closes the A47 Between Thorney and Eye.,
A47, Peterborough
08/02/2016. 
Picture by Terry Harris.

Crews remain at the scene of a fire tonight that has destroyed a farm house in Cambridgeshire.

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Malcolm James Bean Funeral. Whittlesey. Picture: Steve Williams.

Hundreds lined the streets of Whittlesey today in memory of retained firefighter and “true hero” Malcolm James Bean, who died last month.

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Amanda Rawlings, Dawson's Flowers, The Causeway, Blunts Lane, Whittlesey, Peterborough

Having never been given a bunch of flowers during her 25-year marriage, a Lloyds Bank customer was left feeling rosy after her husband bought her a florist shop just in time for Valentine’s Day – so she could set up her first business.

Opening of the 812th King's Lynn Mart for 2016 - Borough Mayor and Mayoress Colin and Julie Manning enjoy the bumper cars. Picture: Matthew Usher.

With the ceremony of more than 800 years of tradition the King’s Lynn Mart opened to the public.

Byron Harrison

The returning Byron Harrison scored twice to help Stevenage grab a first home win since November as they beat play-off chasing Cambridge United 2-0 in a feisty local derby.

Copper Box arena school dance championship, Abbs Cross Academy

Dancers have been celebrating walking away from a London-wide championship with two awards.

Celia 6 and Chloe 5 with their models

A Welwyn Garden City primary school spent a day going back in time to learn about history.

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