A couple have been putting smiles on residents’ faces after converting a rundown caravan into a mobile coffee and cake business.
The coach of one of Fenland’s brightest boxing talents has said “there is no hurry” for his young star to turn professional, despite not knowing who he would fight for in the future.
Father-of-five Stacy Mould received a guard of honour from those who saved his life after beating coronavirus.
Residents can now safely dispose their household waste thanks to the return of Fenland District Council’s bulky waste collection service.
Tractors, forklifts and trucks streamed through the streets of Doddington and Wimblington as farmers paid their own tribute to our key workers.
Players from across Fenland’s pool community have kept their eye on the ball during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to one man’s idea.
Two Fenland projects have received thousands of pounds as part of a communities fund to help create opportunities and improve lives across Cambridgeshire.
When COVID-19 struck, it was clear what nurse Sam Jude had to do in his bid to get back helping his colleagues once again.
Freemasons across the Fens, including in Ely, Wisbech, March, Chatteris and Whittlesey, have helped provide vital personal protective equipment (PPE) to air ambulance staff thanks to a generous grant.
A Fenland business owner who has been making handmade face masks for people at home and abroad with her family during the coronavirus lockdown said she is “so proud for everything we have done”.
A former Wisbech Rugby Club player who grew into a popular figure with teammates and other clubs alike has died.
Sports staff at Wisbech Grammar School have been using up their spare time during the coronavirus lockdown by making short training videos for their pupils.
Residents across Fenland took part in the VE Day celebrations earlier this month to mark Victory in Europe 75 years ago, including one of our schools.
They may not have been able to celebrate VE Day in the way they would have liked, but the Wisbech Royal British Legion (RBL) branch still managed to pay their respects to the fallen.
Two of Fenland’s sports clubs have received a generous donation to help provide new training equipment.
What started as a creative idea to keep two friends in a Fenland village occupied during the coronavirus lockdown has now inspired other villagers to follow their lead.
A Wisbech care home scored a hat-trick of gifts as part of a project that rewards staff for their dedication through the coronavirus pandemic.
An industrial unit containing cannabis plants with a street value of up to £42,000 has been found.
An ultra-runner from Cambridgeshire who aimed to raise money for NHS workers that helped save her son’s life has defied the odds to complete a 100-mile garden run.
Taking on an 80-kilometre challenge in 80 days may be a tall order, but not for students from the College of West Anglia (CWA).
A Chatteris man has been keeping families smiling through the coronavirus lockdown as he hopes to inspire them by creating his own Lego displays.
Queues of people flocked to one of Cambridgeshire’s nine recycling centres after they were reopened amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The trust that manages Fenland’s four leisure centres is hoping to receive a financial lifeline from Fenland District Council (FDC) to help support it through the coronavirus pandemic.
Rough sleepers across Fenland have been rehoused as part of the district council’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two drivers were arrested on suspicion of drink driving in Fenland this week.
A Cambridgeshire ultra-runner will be covering 100 miles from her garden for NHS workers who helped save her son’s life.
The non-league season may be over, but that didn’t stop March Town FC chairman Phil White from issuing the annual club awards.
The Co-op stores in Long Sutton and Crowland have had their ATMs attacked in the early hours of today (Thursday).
An independent champion for people using health and care services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is asking people to tell how they have been affected due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Firefighters from March Fire Station came together to hold a double tribute during the coronavirus lockdown.