A Covid-19-safe cyber security training centre has opened in Ely after Office for National Statistics figures showed that digital crime increased by 49 per cent (from 2,789 to 4,155) between 2016 and 2018.
An Ely tea house has closed its doors for good after eight years because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, with the business instead moving online in its mission to become a ‘nationwide loose tea brand’.
A “brave” dog whose leg was “barely attached to her body” when she arrived at RSPCA Block Fen Animal Centre is “doing incredibly well on three legs” thanks to “wonderful supporters” who donated dressings.
Train operator CrossCountry is to stop its trains halting at Whittlesea, March and Manea, blaming a ‘resource issue’ - but now Mayor James Palmer is calling for action to save these “lifeline” rail services.
A community stalwart Lions club member who fundraises regularly and netball player who has been voluntarily coaching young people for four years have been crowned as Whittlesey’s citizens of the year for 2020.
A man charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving after a collision in Fenland in which two “utterly devoted” parents died, leaving two young children behind, did not enter pleas at court.