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A motorcyclist has described the terrifying moment he witnessed his partner being struck by a lorry while riding along the A141 near Chatteris.

From Covid-19 adversity to business collaboration, here’s how a Fenland touring park got through lockdown and continued their five-year plan.

Opposition leader Lucy Nethsingha says she was shocked that Cambridgeshire County Council spent £216,000 on a PR campaign for fostering “but are not willing to find any extra to help feed the poorest in the county over Christmas”.

A sales assistant at one of March’s longest-running clothes shops hopes community spirit can help pull it through one of its most challenging times.

Wisbech Town FC’s first-team squad and management team are self-isolating after one of the group members tested positive for Covid-19.

A two-month-old hedgehog, named Clay, was kicked to death by a group of children while they laughed, say a Cambridgeshire wildlife charity.

A Parson Drove church - whose 70-foot tower has been part of the Fens’ skyline since the 15th century - is to receive £32,200 for ‘vital repairs’.

Five Cambridgeshire MPs who voted against the motion to provide free school meals during the holidays have either not responded or refused to comment when asked to explain their rationale.

Linda Hunns returned to White September in June following a short break to do some decorating work, knowing she could not open the doors to trade.

Agriculture News

Mon, 13:27

The 40ft in the Fens is open again after a tractor came off the road and its trailer became stuck on the embankment.

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A Fenland road was closed this afternoon after a tractor and trailer went off the road – and a second followed.

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Sting their cars, seize their dogs, bombard them with community protection orders – and take their photo.

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Residents on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border must pay £650 a year (plus VAT) if they want to continue to use an iron bridge.

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An East Cambridgeshire Construction company has “expanded considerably” by buying a new fleet of small trucks, excavators and lorries after seeing a smaller side of its business unexpectedly boom during the Covid-19 lockdown.

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The chairman of the audit and accounts committee of Cambridgeshire County Council expressed frustration over delays to a probe into the awarding the tenancy of a council owned farm to deputy leader Cllr Roger Hickford.

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Fenland featherweight Jordan Gill paid a visit to one of his long-time supporters as they prepare for the end of the potato harvesting season.

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Opposition leader Lucy Nethsingha says she was shocked that Cambridgeshire County Council spent £216,000 on a PR campaign for fostering “but are not willing to find any extra to help feed the poorest in the county over Christmas”.

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