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Schoolchildren have been invited to unleash their imagination and creativity to design a recycling champion for East Cambridgeshire.

The new trading arm of East Cambridgeshire District Council says it is on target to expand its work in 2017 including building homes at Soham and undertaking grounds maintenance contracts.

A nursery in Wilburton has set the bar high after scoring a ‘good’ rating in its first Ofsted report.

Two men have been jailed for 20 years each being found guilty of a calculated aggravated burglary that included breaking the teeth of an elderly victim.

A Soham musician has embarked on a fundraising mission by challenging himself to record a new song every week during 2016.


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Soham Town Rangers have been dealt another blow after four of the Greens’ star performers left the club this morning (December 2).

Brady Stone has no intention of parking the bus in the FA Vase this weekend.

Robbie Nightingale has thanked the board, staff, players and fans at Soham Town Rangers after he left the club to take over the vacant managerial post at Cambridge City.

Joe Perry admitted the better man won after he exited the Betway UK Championships last night (29).

Crowds raced down to Cottenham on Sunday as the 2016/17 Point-to-Point season kicked off in style.

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The audience was on its feet after the final notes of The Zurich Chamber Orchestra at Cambridge Corn Exchange with soloists Alison Balsom, trumpet and Gabriela Montero, piano.

The habits will hit the road again this month when Sister Act comes to the Cambridge Corn Exchange.


After a highly acclaimed tour in 2016, Antic Disposition’s production of Shakespeare’s classic, Henry V, returns to Cambridgeshire – and will take place in two of the county’s most iconic buildings.

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Jack and the Beanstalk is Wilburton Theatre Group’s pantomime this year.

Olly Murs is the latest act to be announced for the Forest Live concert series in 2017.

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A Bronze Age gold torc dating from around 1300-1100 BC, discovered in a freshly ploughed field in Grunty Fen is one of the largest and most spectacular ever found say experts.

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