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RTC New road junction, A141 Chatteris. Picture: Steve Williams.

A driver had a lucky escape today when his lorry careered across the carriageway, narrowly missed a lamp post, took down some road signs and ended up on its side.

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A map of National Cycle Route 63, photo by Cambridgeshire County Council

Despite a sign indicating that Begdale Road in Elm is ‘unsuitable for HGVs’, residents say a solar farm has destroyed the verges and seriously damaged the road.

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Free Wheelchair Skills Workshop

National charity Go Kids Go is running a free wheelchair skills workshop at St Peter’s Junior School, Wisbech this Saturday, February 13.

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Meadowgate Volunteer Police Cadets ‘Passing Out’ Parade, Wisbech. Joshua Harvey, Picture: Steve Williams.

Eight young volunteer police cadets became the pride of Cambridgeshire during a ceremony to mark the completion of their training at Meadowgate School in Wisbech.

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The Go Fund Me page to fly the body of MantasNedveckas home to Lithuania

The body of a man who died in a collision on the outskirts of Wisbech can be safely returned to his family in Lithuania thanks to generous donors who raised £4,060 in less than a week.

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A race night is being held in Whittlesey for six year old Lotus Cameron Daniels

A race night raised more than £850 to buy a Whittlesey girl a special bed so that she can sleep safely at night.

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ASDA brings its Jamie Oliver inspired Wonky Veg range to Wisbech with new wonky box trial. Chilled section leader, Hannah Murray. Picture: Steve Williams.

Jamie Oliver-inspired “ugly” vegetables are brought to Wisbech thanks to a new winter veg box being trialled at Asda.

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Official opening by the Mayor of March Rob Skoulding of Subway, March.

Popular snack stop Subway was officially opened in March with a red ribbon cutting ceremony that shows the town “is on the up.”

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College of West Anglia Wisbech students get a taste of life on the beat

Uniformed services students from the College of West Anglia Wisbech campus got a glimpse of life on the beat during a visit to March Police Station.

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