Bird spotters are in for a treat as short-eared owls and hen harriers have returned to the region for winter.
A £10,000 grant has been awarded to Peckover House to restore a lost library and see items from an historical collection return to Wisbech for the first time in more than 50 years.
An autumn trail is being weaved around the grounds of Peckover House in Wisbech for children to follow in half term.
A plaque has been unveiled in memory of Ann Carlisle, a former Wisbech mayor and chairman of Fenland District Council, who died aged 81 in October 2016.
A film showcasing Wisbech, the location of one of Nestlé Purina Petcare’s factories, has been released as part of a series profiling the UK communities where Nestlé has a presence.
A nationwide celebration of history and culture will see the National Trust’s Peckover House opening its doors and garden free of charge on Heritage Open Day.
TV presenter Chris Packham is set to visit Fenland as he investigates which wildlife species are under threat and to raise money for local projects working on the conservation of wildlife habitats.
A group of travellers who set up illegal encampments in Ely and Littleport before moving onto Wisbech are today being served an eviction order.
Celebrate the anniversary of Peckover House joining the National Trust with a gallery art day.
Rough sleepers at a Wisbech sports field owned by the National Trust are refusing to leave – despite being offered night shelter.
An afternoon tea is being prepared at a National Trust property to help celebrate Mothering Sunday.
Cambridgeshire artists Sarah Evans and David Kefford, known as Aid & Abet, have created an artwork that celebrated old and new, tradition and innovation for Peckover House.
A Wisbech sports club hopes to raise more than £400,000 to fund a new clubhouse as part of the ‘Crockey Project’.
A couple who make rustic garden ornaments have been asked to design a set for a special Easter woodland trail at a National Trust property in the Lake District.
Endangered animals like turtle doves and water voles and rare plants like greater water parsnip are set to be saved for future generations to be enjoyed thanks to Lottery funding.