Quotes of the week
I am appealing for anyone who may have seen a sofa being pushed along the street Det Insp Dave Murphy, appealing for witnesses in Peterborough where arsonists have set fire to furniture stacked up against homes in the city. These vandals have tried eno
I am appealing for anyone who may have seen a sofa being pushed along the street"
Det Insp Dave Murphy, appealing for witnesses in Peterborough where arsonists have set fire to furniture stacked up against homes in the city.
"These vandals have tried enough times to break into it, you might as well give them the key !"
Wimblington villager's reaction to turn the church into a youth cafe.
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"Whenever we visit Fenland we are really happy to see that the local music scene is really happening."
Singer and songwriter Roman Kozlowski on the return visit of Sympton, his Peterborough band, to Wisbech on Sunday.
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"Times remain very tough for farmers - especially in the short term."
Specialist accountants who looked at data from 112 farms - including many in Cambridgeshire- which concluded that the average farm lost £16 an acre last year.
"There's been mayhem, controversy, accusations of gamesmanship, and claims of 'ringers' over the years since this madcap race began in 1999, but strict rules now ensure good clean fun."
Publicity preview for the 8th Mascot Grand National at Huntingdon Racecourse.
on Sunday with 60 mascots competing.
"So far, descendants are coming from Ireland, London, Lancashire, Oxfordshire, Suffolk, Kent, Yorkshire and Wales, as well as from Cambridgeshire".
Ann McClean on the fourth gathering of the descendants of Emmanuel & Susannah Palmer of Burwell, Methwold and Wisbech, being held at Upwell on September 30.