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Have you seen missing 66-year-old Martin Hardman?

Concern continues to grow for a 66-year-old man from Mildenhall who was last seen at the weekend.

Participants at the human trafficking round-table meeting in Peterborough.

The wide extent of human slavery in parts of East Anglia was revealed at a meeting between representatives of the catholic church, local police forces and the office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner last week.

Neil Kirby (apprentice trainer) presents Daniel Lynch with Stainless Metalcraft's Apprentice of the Year

Hundreds of people, including the Mayor of Chatteris, headed down to Stainless Metalcraft in the town to help the firm celebrate 100 years of its successful apprenticeship scheme.

Soham VC Young Musician. The three winners at Key Stage 3: Dominic Wills, Young Musician of the Year, Rebecca Revie first recipient of the Stephen Kenna award and Zara Minns, Young Voice.

Talented musicians from around East Cambridgeshire had their musical mastery recognised as Soham Village College’s Young Musician of the Year competition returned for its 21st year.

Two Ely crews were called to this road traffic collision earlier this morning after a lorry had collided with a tree on the A10 near Stetham.

Two people have been injured after a lorry crashed into a tree on the A10 near Ely.

The lorry which overturned on the A142 near Mepal yesterday

A Chatteris man was hospitalised yesterday after the 32 tonne lorry he was driving overturned on the A142 near Mepal.

Who will succeed this man? MPs starting to declare who they will support to be the next PM: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

As a picture of who is supporting who in the leadership contest emerges over the coming days, we will bring you the latest here.

Sir Michael Wilshaw, head of Ofsted, speaking at the Norfolk headteacher conference in 2014. Photo: Bill Smith

The chief inspector of schools has highlighted concerns about the performance of high schools in Cambridgeshire.

Ely Railway Station

Commuters that use Ely railway station could be set to receive a boost of 100 additional parking spaces if a planning application submitted by East Cambridgeshire District Council is approved.

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Soham VC Young Musician. The three winners at Key Stage 3: Dominic Wills, Young Musician of the Year, Rebecca Revie first recipient of the Stephen Kenna award and Zara Minns, Young Voice.

Talented musicians from around East Cambridgeshire had their musical mastery recognised as Soham Village College’s Young Musician of the Year competition returned for its 21st year.

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The cast of Viva's The Little Mermaid at St Andrews Church, Soham

Find yourself under the sea when Viva theatre group brings their production of ‘The Little Mermaid’ to Soham this month.

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Olly Day and Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer at the Brook Soham,

‘If It’s Laughter You’re After’ with comedian/magician Olly Day and accordionist Nigel ‘Boy’ Syer is coming to The Brook, Soham next week.

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Soham British Legion arrange for local police cadets, Brownies and Guides to clean war graves

A group of young people have cleaned war graves in Soham cemetery to tie in with Armed Forces Day.

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Vehicle catches fire in Greenhills, Soham

A vehicle caught fire in Greenhills, Soham on Saturday afternoon.

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Ely Refugee Resettlement Campaign winners with Dr McCormack

More than 100 children from the East Cambridgeshire region took part in a poster competition, held by Ely Refugee Resettlement Campaign.

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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.

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Red marks the spot of new coach park at Lancaster Way Ely

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.

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Sladmore Gallery will launch a new exhibition in July

An exhibition made from eight stables which have been restored and filled with paintings and sculptures is coming to Newmarket.

Jean Rees-Lyons is to hold her 'Writing for Performance, Find your writer's Voice' workshops at the Babylon Gallery in Ely on Tuesday June 22 and Wednesday June 29.

Artistic Director of The Word Garden and full-time writer, Jean Rees-Lyons, is inviting budding writers in Ely to find their writing ‘voice’ at a series of workshops.

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