From time trials to cyclocross and MTB races, members of Ely & District Cycling Club – B&T Motor Repair raced in all three disciplines over a busy two days.
Soham Town Rangers player-boss Robbie Mason admitted his team needs to quickly show some fight if they are to bounce back from more cup heartbreak.
The number of houses sold in East Cambridgeshire during the four weeks to mid-August rose by 107 per cent compared to the same time last year, more than any other district across the county.
Ely Cathedral will join other national landmarks by lighting up to recognise those that have continued to recycle amid the coronavirus pandemic as part of a national campaign.
Ely City crashed out of the FA Vase after they were made to pay for a lacklustre second-half at their lower league opponents on Saturday.
Residents are being invited to nominate talented individuals for this year’s Living Sport Virtual Sports Awards.
The Red Arrows will be thundering through the skies today (Friday), including parts of the Fens, as part of an anniversary flight.
A Cambridgeshire teenager who shed five stone to jump 10,000 feet in aid of his stepdad has finally achieved his goal, more than five months later.
Ely & District Cycling Club – B&T Motor Repairs riders were kept busy at the weekend while achieving some impressive results.
Members of the 1094 Ely Squadron Royal Air Force Air Cadets swapped aeroplanes for the television screen as part of an online activity.
Cambridgeshire police are urging residents to look closer to spot signs of exploitation of children and young people in a bid to raise awareness of the issue.
A campaign to bring a splash pad to Ely is being considered by local authorities after a petition set up by parents reached over 2,000 signatures.
For one Ely footballer, he perhaps could not have felt a better experience than making his professional debut for his boyhood club.
It was a welcome return to the pitch for Ely City Hockey Club as past and present players took part in the annual President’s Day tournament.
A Cambridgeshire charity has received a generous donation to continue helping residents get into employment.
A warden scheme that provides support for residents aged 60 and over living in Ely has been boosted.
A cancer charity which raised over £35,000 across East Cambridgeshire last year is urging Ely residents to show their support as it expects to suffer a sharp drop in income.
The coronavirus pandemic has failed to stop Littleport runners from helping out a worthy cause.
Alwyn Roberts is seen as a well-known and humorous character at HMP Whitemoor, but in his view, he would not want it any other way.
They have been working hard throughout lockdown, and now the Tithe Barn is excited to open its doors for the country’s largest annual festival of history and culture.
Ely City will be feeling buoyant after they made an impressive start to the 2020-21 season in both league and cup.
An East Cambridgeshire village hopes one of its facilities can be “fit for purpose for the next 50 years” after it won £131,125 of funding.
Residents across Cambridgeshire can aim to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions through a county-wide initiative.
Non-league football clubs at step three and four in Cambridgeshire, such as Wisbech Town and Soham Town Rangers, have seen their futures boosted thanks to a new investment programme.
Freemasons across Cambridgeshire, which have centres in Ely, Wisbech, March, Chatteris and Whittlesey, have continued to support local and national charities with their latest donation.
A potato supplier from Ely has launched a new platform to help promote the Great British chip to mark national fish and chip day.
A resident who was keen to learn more about his village has been inundated with interest from people around the world in a bid to unearth some of its history.
A Cambridgeshire charity has received a generous donation to help make a difference to individuals and their families.
A bowls club saved from going out of business is urging the local community to continue supporting them in order to ensure its future.
City of Ely first-team captain Michael Sellers believes his side could have achieved even greater things this season had the conditions been in their favour.