A community resource centre in East Cambridgeshire that was left “completely trashed” after a break-in has reopened today.

Witchford Recycling Centre is once again welcoming members of the public following the burglary, which took place at the end of October.

The centre was forced to close for some time and a community larder was cancelled because of the incident.

However, Re-Imagine is now back open, and with extended opening hours of 10am to 2pm.

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Ruth Marley, who runs the centre, said: "Christmas is definitely in the building - we've got loads of new card making materials, new Christmas kits, a huge donation of the most beautiful warm throws, and a jewellery makers paradise. 

"There's so much to see - it's official, your happy place is back in business.

"I hope you will stop by and support Re-imagine through what's been a really difficult period in our history. 

"There is still lots of damage behind the scenes, but we will deal with that in the new year with volunteer groups.

"Thank you all for your words of support - see you in store."