Nearly 90 volunteers from all over the district gathered at the Braza Club in March last week to join in a big birthday party.
Alex Ashley, of Chatteris, completed all 26.2 miles of the Chicago marathon yesterday and raised over £1,000 for local charity Magpas in the process.
Sir Graham Bright has announced that he will not put himself forward as a candidate for next year’s elections.
A group of charity minded footballers have fallen foul of Facebook’s no nudity clause after one member tried to advertise a ‘Calendar Girls’ style calendar with a cheeky picture.
Young carers will be getting more support thanks to a new contract designed to reach a wider range of young people in Cambridgeshire.
An anti social motorist who drives “recklessly and dangerously” around a Fenland town has been issued with a notice following complaints from local residents.
Four hundred members of the Stop Stretham Wind Farm Group celebrated a year long campaign as councillors unanimously refused an application to erect a pair of 102 metre high wind turbines near Ely.
A 78-year-old man has been jailed for 10 years 6 months after admitting a string of sexual offences against boys dating back as far as the 1970s.
Victims and witnesses of hate crime are being urged to come forward and report incidents.
The traditional game of conkers was celebrated in the 15th Wisbech and Fenland Conker Championships.
Warwick Davis, who lives near Peterborough, has had his touring caravan stolen in Cambridgeshire.
Schoolboy Lewis Parker was left unconscious and with a suspected fractured cheekbone after coming a ‘cropper’ at a concrete skateboard bowl in a March park.
An 80-year-old Wisbech man has been left deeply traumatised after his home was burgled and his dead wife’s wedding and engagement rings stolen together with a large quantity of cash.
A female grey and white rabbit now named Holly was found dumped by the side of a street last week with teeth so overgrown she could not eat.
Police released video footage today of the moment a teenage boy threatened a staff member with a hammer in a robbery at a newsagent.
A week-long excavation to unearth a Spitfire which crashed at Holme Lode in 1940 began on Monday.
A stretch of the A47, between Thorney roundabout and Guyhirn roundabout, will be closed for 12 nights for improvement works.
Two personal trainers are holding a fundraiser at Neale-Wade Academy in March later this month.
A charity that raises awareness and provides support to people suffering mental health issues held a wellbeing fayre in March.
More than 200 delegates filled Aldwickbury Park Golf Club for the seventh annual St Albans District Chamber of Commerce Community Business Awards.
Dave Lawrence hit the only goal of the game as Potters Bar Town beat Aylesbury, who ended the game with nine men, 1-0 at the Pakex Stadium.
One of Cambridgeshire’s most successful vegetable growing companies, Tompsett Burgess Growers, has just been awarded £150,000 from the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative.