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Yesterday, 17:38

Twelve Year 8 students from the College travelled to Norwich as part of the College’s ‘Brilliant Club’ programme. The students were given a number of tasks which, if completed, allowed them to ‘graduate’.

Theatre-loving King’s Ely students spent their half term break over 3,200 miles away in New York.

A Chatteris recycling company boss jailed for a £1.1 million VAT fraud has been given a choice to either pay back over £217,000 or face two more years in prison.

Cambridgeshire police are being forced to deal with an average of seven hare coursing incidents a day, statistics have revealed.

A Sutton tree surgeon who managed to “lean back just in time” before a tree came crashing onto his car in Witcham yesterday (23) escaped with just a small cut on his hand.


Fri, 14:44

Rowing talent Holly Lancaster is a step closer to being selected for the Great British Rowing Junior Team.

Wisbech Town striker Harry Limb has signed for Premier League side Burnley.

Hundreds of the country’s top horse riders are to descend on Isleham next month for the Isleham One Day Event.

Soham Town Rangers player-manager Robbie Mason has called on his players to stand up and be counted ahead of a vital bottom-of-the-table showdown in the Ryman North Division this weekend.

Ely City boss Brady Stone was pleased to see his side fight back from a goal down to take a point at Long Melford last Saturday.

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Fri, 16:25
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Invincible, a ‘hilarious, situational comedy about the North/South divide in England, is coming to the Cambridge Arts Theatre stage next week.

The Falcon Ensemble Orchestra and Canadian pianist Naomi Woo will perform at Chatteris Parish Church on Saturday March 11.

Alison Balsom plays music with every cell of her and inspires others to do the same.

Cambridge University

The Richard Alston Dance Company returned to Cambridge Arts Theatre with four pieces inspired by an eclectic range of music, ranging from Benjamin Britten’s setting of Friedrich Holderlin’s poetry, to contemporary Romany music with a drum ‘n bass beat.

Irish singer Curtis Magee will perform at The Brook in Soham on Sunday March 5.


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A fox that was found trapped underneath a car on a Fenland road is on the mend thanks to a £1,000 rescue effort by charity volunteers.

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