One of most contentious planning applications of recent years – 95 homes off Estover Road, March – will be decided next week amidst furious public opposition.
Business cards with the web address ‘almoststolen.uk’ on them were left on pub tables where belongings had been left unattended as part of a county wide crime prevention campaign.
Early arrivals at the new 21,000 square foot Poundstretcher in Chatteris have revealed all about their experience and what they would like to see in the vacant space next door.
Remember when £1 would get you a driving test, or when one gallon of petrol would set you back just five shillings?
A distraught Friday Bridge woman woke this morning to see a 60 foot digger/dredger ripping reeds and vegetation out of a nearby pond - destroying the home of dozens of breeding ducks as a consequence.
Forty jobs have been created thanks to the opening of a new Wickes store in Wisbech – 12 years after the company first considered moving to the town.
Only give food or warm drinks and not money to the homeless in Ely, police are urging people who visit the city.
A March nursery praised for its effective safeguarding, enthusiastic staff and having a manager who continually aspires to improve has been rated good in all areas by Ofsted.
Staff at Worzals Bar and Grill in Wisbech have been nominated for a restaurant of the year award - and they need support from local people to help them win it.
A Chatteris man has been awarded for his “outstanding contribution to the community over many years”.
As the Isle of Ely Blind Society marks its 95th anniversary, member Janet Fisher explains how the charity helps local people.
Year Six pupils at Anthony Curton Primary School in Walpole St Peter were left stunned when their classmate, Grace, brought in her pet corn snake, Jasper.
An awareness drive which aims to bite back against loan sharks and help vulnerable victims is being launched in Wisbech on Friday.
If you happened to pass through the Imperial War Museum in Duxford last week, you would’ve been able to catch Matthew Bourne’s one-off RAF inspired dance.
A team of eight players from the Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club took part in a sponsored 24 hour ‘Tennisathon’ at the GB National Tennis Centre last Saturday (February 17).
These are the tiny kittens that were saved from being crushed after somebody put them in a cardboard box and threw them into a skip at a Cambridgeshire recycling centre.
March wrestler D.C Owen will be getting in the ring during a televised wrestling event at the G.E.R. Sports and Social Club next weekend.
A Whittlesey teenager is preparing himself for the London Marathon where he’ll be raising funds for a charity close to his family’s heart.
• Well it’s been a couple of weeks to remember for all the wrong reasons.
The easiest way to deal with problems in an organisation is to turn a blind eye.
West End Park, March, has been given a £6,000 make over thanks to Clarion Housing’s charity arm.
FACET students were treated to a visit from current middle weight champion and Peterborough sports personality of the year Marcelllo Renda.
Children made a big splash over the weekend as the third annual puddle jumping championships got underway at Welney’s Wildlife and Wetlands Trust.
Oxfam has cancelled an official opening of its new city centre store in Ely in the light of the continuing crisis over Haiti.
Cambridgeshire artists Sarah Evans and David Kefford, known as Aid & Abet, have created an artwork that celebrated old and new, tradition and innovation for Peckover House.
I feel like I’ve betrayed everyone in Ely.
A 56 year old man who lost four stone is now setting his sights on taking part in a year of competitive running.
Members of Three Holes Acorn Club presented a cheque for £1600 to the local first responders.
People living in Whittlesey and four surrounding villages are being asked to help decide how the area will develop in the future at a special workshop.
Less people than ever are using the sauna at the George Campbell Leisure Centre in March and it is going to be removed.