The service which provides counselling and other therapies is considered “a non-essential service” during the COVID-19 response - and charities are stepping in to offer support where they can.
Steve Tibbs found a job doing community care in the March area after Spain went into complete lockdown in mid-March.
The company behind the proposals says the documents can be viewed online and requested via post while government restrictions are in place.
Residents shared their support and well-wishes for the town’s post master, who said he will update everyone once they’re ready to reopen.
Elmstok Ltd has seen a surge in demand in their plastic document covers which are now being used to make protective shields for key workers in the coronavirus pandemic.
Rev Wilbert Awdry wrote 13 of his popular children’s books at The Old Vicarage in Emneth between 1953 and 1965.
Lance Smith received a prison sentence of more than three-and-a-half years for tormenting, beating and controlling his ex-partner.
Public Health England has warned the electromagnetic fields generated by the proposed mega-incinerator in Wisbech could lead to health conditions, including childhood leukaemia.
Very few are open during the coronavirus lockdown to care for children of key workers. So what happens about fees during this difficult time?
The UK government is helping supermarkets target deliveries to vulnerable people - but blind people are excluded from its database.
Police moved on a family of four, who were enjoying the picnic at the Pocket Park in Ely Country Park.
Stagecoach has hit back and challenged the claims which include a lack of toilet and hand washing facilities, saying none of the allegations ‘have any substance’.
Fenland District Council says the majority of businesses are complying with the new closure regulations introduced earlier in the month.
Fourteen people have already walked through the doors of The Rosmini Centre today after being laid off because of the coronavirus lockdown. They’re now desperately looking for work.
Justin Gotsell, from Wisbech, deleted the conversation history on his mobile phone in an attempt to hide evidence of intimate messages.
A Roman Catholic priest from March has voluntarily stepped down while he is investigated for historic child sex abuse claims relating to his former ministry in Peru.
As China nears the end of its lockdown, Claire Mabey, originally from Ely, shares her advice on getting through the weeks of self isolation with her family.
From simple sandwich fillings to supplies for basic care packages, groups in the Fens helping the homeless and vulnerable appeal for everyday items during the coronavirus outbreak.
To reduce footfall in Wisbech and Ely JobCentres, catch up interviews are taking place by phone where possible and initial claims can be submitted on the Department of Work and Pensions website.
Unemployment increased in our part of the region according to figures released before the coronavirus outbreak - but the Employment Minister says a promising national picture offers a ‘strong foundation’ for whatever lies ahead.
Silver Oak Coffee came under fire for allowing customers to sit at tables after cafes were ordered to close because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Relatives and loved ones of residents in the Rose Lodge care home in Walton Road have been asked to stay away for the time being.
Individuals and groups of people have been reportedly knocking on doors offering to help residents in exchange for significant sums of money.
The Sutton Beast race and all Sutton Feast’s events up to July 2020 are the latest community to be cancelled.
Iceland supermarkets in Ely, Wisbech and March amend their opening hours on Wednesdays to allow elderly and vulnerable customers a chance to shop for essentials during coronavirus outbreak.
The community transport charity is looking to provide a shopping service for members worried about going out during the coronavirus outbreak.
Plans can now be viewed and MVV Environment Ltd has released its schedule of exhibitions, which may change depending on the coronavirus situation.
Public Health England provided their last update yesterday morning (Sunday), as the total UK deaths reached 35.
A traveller trying to create a static caravan site where his family can live together in the Fenland countryside has had his appeal refused by the planning inspectorate.
Over £1,500 has been raised to help Isla McNulty’s family, who thank the communities in March and Doddington for their kindness and generosity throughout her hospital stays.