A copy of a celebrated portrait painted by Wisbech-born Octavia Hill is being displayed in a new John Ruskin exhibition in London to mark the bicentenary of his birth.
A special memorial service was held at St Peter’s Church in Wisbech last weekend to commemorate the life of the town’s famous Octavia Hill.
A day dedicated to a Wisbech-born pioneer who helped to inspire the generation that answered the call to arms in the First World War is set to be marked with a string of celebratory events.
Wisbech walked away with one of the top awards in the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) annual Britain in Bloom awards ceremony in Belfast on Friday.
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.
Staff at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House are calling for book lovers to help with cataloguing the museum’s large book collection.
A group of travellers who set up illegal encampments in Ely and Littleport before moving onto Wisbech are today being served an eviction order.
A plaque has been unveiled in Wisbech to honour the man who brought the Rolling Stones to the town.
Two reformers who shared Octavia Hill’s passions and enthusiasms have been remembered at the house in Wisbech where she was born.
Hundreds of runners – including some in wigs and tutus - were showered in a rainbow explosion of paint as Wisbech’s annual Brinks Colour Run returned to the town yesterday (Sunday May 20).
A new flag has been raised over Centenary Green in Wisbech celebrating the town’s famous Octavia Hill, the co-founder of the National Trust.
The mother of a Wisbech social reformer has taken her place in a memorial to unsung heroes.
A plaque commemorating Octavia Hill’s mother, Caroline Southwood Hill, is to be unveiled at the birthplace house in Wisbech this weekend.