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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.

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

At least ten fallen trees in the March, Wisbech and Ely areas caused road closures and power outages yesterday as Storm Doris struck the Fens.

Thousands of homes across the county including hundreds in the Ely and Fenland area are without power this morning following yesterday’s Storm Doris.

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.

There was a lucky escape for a delivery driver caught up in Storm Doris in Soham.

Storm Doris below into Cambridgeshire yesterday morning (Thursday) bringing with her a spike in the number of calls to Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service’s combined fire control.

Storm Doris has left a trail of down trees, branches and wood across, roads, paths, fields and parks which may encourage people to go wood collecting.

Three people have been taken to hospital after a three vehicle collision on the A141 in Westry.

Soham News

Thu, 17:16
Phil Priestley

There was a lucky escape for a delivery driver caught up in Storm Doris in Soham.

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The voting for Soham’s Town Person of the Year competition has now opened.

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Have you ever wondered what your town was like during WW2? Then Viva’s Street Life tour may just be for you.

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Plunging unemployment rates has given those youngsters still looking for work in Fenland a bigger choice than ever, according to new Government statistics.

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Help is needed to track down past members of the March museum and their families for a celebration of its 40th anniversary.

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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Fashion and textiles students from King’s Ely Senior are preparing for a prestigious exhibition in the capital.

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