King’s Ely have won their second consecutive award at the annual Education Business Awards.
Numbers out of work in East Cambs dropped 33 per cent in the past year – but among young people the drop was a massive 53 per cent.
Stretham Primary School said a fond farewell to three members of staff at the end of term.
A blind Second World War veteran from Wisbech has been awarded the Chevalier de l’Ordre National de la Legion d’Honneur for his part in the liberation of France.
The head of King’s Ely has taken to the website of The Telegraph to slam the Government’s plans to roll out the English Baccalaureate qualification in almost all state schools.
An athletics ace from King’s Ely was given her county colours at the English Schools Athletics Championships in Gateshead.
Future footballing stars from East Cambridgeshire have been kitted out as they prepare for their new league campaign.
Ely Tri Club has had a busy start to the season with members already taking part in several events.
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Shakespeare will meet showbiz in a glittering cabaret-style musical when The Shakespeare Revue comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Junkyard Playground Antics, ‘back once again for the renegade master’, returns to the Cambridge Junction next month.
Twins Hannah and Naomi Moxon, who won widespread acclaim for their appearance on The Voice talent show (BBC1, 2015), will put on a free performance at Peterborough Cathedral next month.
Described as ‘a great big little West End show’ for audiences aged three years and up, Three Little Pigs comes to the Cambridge Arts Theatre in August.
Viva’s third show of the year, Made In Dagenham, is coming to Soham before a stint at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
More than 100 young people took part in KD Academy’s musical ‘Annie Jnr’ which took to the stage at The Maltings in Ely last weekend.