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.
Cambridgeshire police and firefighters are promoting messages to warn young people to stay away from rivers, lakes and reservoirs in the recent spate of hot weather.
The Ely Business Awards are one of the highlights of the business calendar in East Cambridgeshire attracting entries for firms large and small across the district.
Many companies have asked us to extend the deadline to give them a chance to complete their entry forms, so the website will now be open for submission until 11am on Wednesday July 27.
Standing crop caught fire in Angel Drove, Ely yesterday.
A paramedic who organised a charity ball in Soham has now received another boost to her fund raising mission.
Viva’s third show of the year, Made In Dagenham, is coming to Soham before a stint at Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
A £2million M&S store and petrol filling station on the Soham by-pass has been approved by East Cambridgeshire District Council.
A man is in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital with serious injuries after a hit-and-run crash in North Walsham.
Artistic director of The Word Garden Jean Rees will bring two writing workshops to Ely later this month.
The Field Theatre Group is to celebrate film-making in Fenland by hosting a programme of local films.
More than 100 children from the East Cambridgeshire region took part in a poster competition, held by Ely Refugee Resettlement Campaign.
The first wave of acts have been announced for this year’s Big Weekend in Cambridge which returns to Parker’s Piece from July 8 to 10.
Temporary coach parking plans are in the pipeline for Lancaster Business Park on the outskirts of Ely with visitors still able to get dropped off in the city centre.