Businesses in the Fens, inspired by Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford, have rallied to help provide free meals for children during half-term.
March Town Ladies have been boosted off the pitch after they secured a new sponsor.
As you walk into Shooters American Diner, you will be greeted by a vintage-style jukebox playing both pastime and more modern tunes.
A primary school principal has published her 44th book aimed at developing children’s vocabulary.
Benwick hopes to spread some festive cheer this year after it was announced their Christmas lights will be switched on.
If you’re a puzzles or games fan walking into the Outer Rim Toys shop, you would be instantly spoilt for choice.
A housing association is calling on residents to help young people and families across the Fens enjoy some festive cheer this year through its shoe box appeal.
The mayor of Wisbech has been keeping busy by thanking businesses that have donated to his chosen charities.
Leverington Ladies’ winless run in the Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division was extended to three games after losing a five-goal thriller on Sunday.
For one of Fenland’s sports clubs, it has been an uncertain few months, and now they are calling on residents to keep it going strong during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
Joe Perry said he’s relishing the prospect of life on the other side of the camera when his snooker career comes to an end.
There were 149 incidents of neglect involving small furry animals last year, the RSPCA in Cambridgeshire has said.
At March Quality Meats, business has not stopped flowing as they aim to continue making an impact on the local community.
Children across the Fens have been given a chance to develop their skills for the future whilst having fun through the official launch of an online learning programme.
From Buzz Ice Year to David Grittenborough, Cambridgeshire’s gritters are ready to hit the highway once more and they’re calling for your help.
For one employee, Greetings is not just a place of work, but a lifeline for her and her family.
Kelly Grey, manager of Cakes and Daisies, is certainly not one to sport a frown when the chips are down.
A resilient comeback display helped Park Ladies secure victory on the road.
A committed performance proved little for March Town Ladies after they suffered defeat at the hands of Fenland rivals.
The son of a March pharmacist, who ran a family business in the town for nearly 20 years, said he hopes to make the same positive impact on the local community his father did.
Doddington may not be holding its annual light switch-on and craft fair event, but the village will still be lit up for Christmas this year.
It was painted gold eight years ago, and this week, a village postbox has had its pride restored.
Jack Saunders scored a stoppage time winner for March Town as they reacted to their FA Vase exit in style.
March Town 1sts were perhaps the victim of questionable decisions after they suffered their first East Men’s League defeat.
A charity which provides support to young families in Cambridgeshire has received a generous donation.
Joe Perry said he’s no longer enjoying his snooker and “wasn’t bothered” about failing to qualify for the World Championships earlier this year.
Leverington Ladies aim to put a second consecutive league defeat behind them after a heavy loss to one of their Fenland rivals.
Park Ladies made it back-to-back wins with a home thrashing on Sunday.
Whittlesey Athletic proved too hot to handle for their opponents as they made FA Vase history.
Vintage tractors rode through the streets of Manea as villagers bid farewell to one of their own.