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Friday, March 20, 2015

Farmers and agriculture professionals from across East Anglia will attend an annual seminar hosted by Fenland accountancy firm Whiting & Partners.

Left: Layna Warren, Ann Marshall, FDC.Sarah Freeman and elaine Mathews CCC. Picture: Steve Williams.

Another market has signed up to be part of the ‘Real Deal’; an initiative to keep consumers safe and offering genuine, reliable goods.

Post Office is set to relocate to the Rose and Crown at Thorney

Thorney Post Office will be based in a new coffee shop opening at the Rose & Crown pub from March 19.

G’s Beetroot March won a national award in fork lift truck safety for (Safe Site) at the International Centre in Telford. Picture: Steve Williams.

A Fenland factory is home to the safest fork lift site in the UK after it won a national award.

Friday Bridge Fish Bar voted best chips in Cambridgeshire. Lindsey and Fernando De-Oliveira. Picture: Steve Williams.

The winners of the annual Choice Chip Awards were revealed this weekend, with the fries-winning performance coming from Friday Bridge Fish Bar in bagging the title of ‘Best Chippy Chips’ in the whole of Cambridgeshire.

Co-op Chatteris closing. Tears from a member of staff. Picture: Steve Williams.

Saturday marked the end of an era when the shutters came down on one of the town’s major stores for the last time.

Chocolate gin just one of the gins on offer from the Ely Gin Company

A drink created and distilled in Ely is set to be served on the prestigious new cruise line Britannia.

AstraZeneca new HQ for Cambridge that will create 2,000 jobs

A pharmaceutical company has been granted permission to build a global headquarters in Cambridge for 2,000 staff.

Rotary Gala night and opening of the Light Cinema, Wisbech. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech cinema is spreading the light with a take-over of Cineworld at Cambridge, it was announced on Friday.

The post office on Highbury road, Hitchin, is undergoing a big revamp to meet an increasing demand.

Services of a village post office could be moved to a different location which would offer longer opening hours seven days a week.

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