A mother from Soham whose daughter has kept in touch with friends through her brownies group said the sessions has had “a huge impact” during the coronavirus lockdown.
“Anything you can do we can do better” was the aim of the game for Haddenham Rovers Under 10 Colts as they completed their own lockdown challenge.
Father-of-five Stacy Mould received a guard of honour from those who saved his life after beating coronavirus.
An Ely student has decided to put her best foot forward to raise hundreds of pounds for a heartfelt cause.
One of Cambridgeshire’s railway stations has marked its third anniversary this week.
A personal trainer who lost his uncle and two friends to brain tumours has completed a 27-hour endurance fitness test to help raise funds into researching the illness.
Freemasons across the Fens, including in Ely, Wisbech, March, Chatteris and Whittlesey, have helped provide vital personal protective equipment (PPE) to air ambulance staff thanks to a generous grant.
A virtual theatre group was given a lockdown treat as they met British singer and actress Emma Hatton.
A youth football coach whose family holiday was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic is aiming to cycle over 360 miles in under 24 hours to raise money for his club.
A 10-year-old girl has brought her local community together during the coronavirus lockdown by making her own NHS badges for people working on the frontline against the virus.
A Soham couple who has helped schoolchildren in Gambia with donations of vital equipment and other essentials said the difference they have made to their lives has “touched our hearts”.
A village phone box has been transformed into a community pantry and children’s book exchange to help those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ely Tennis Club chairman Andrew Church hopes that “everyone can now enjoy playing tennis again” after it reopened its doors to the public this week.
The principal of Ely College has asked families to remain patient as the school makes its first steps towards fully reopening.
A youth football team has surpassed expectations to cover over 200 miles while raising money for hospital staff battling the coronavirus pandemic.
An industrial unit containing cannabis plants with a street value of up to £42,000 has been found.
An ultra-runner from Cambridgeshire who aimed to raise money for NHS workers that helped save her son’s life has defied the odds to complete a 100-mile garden run.
They were supposed to be awarded the Freedom of the City of Ely by mayor Mike Rouse on VE Day, but the 1094 Ely Squadron Royal Air Force Air Cadets still managed to celebrate in style.
Ely Tigers Rugby Club player Stacy Mould returned home from hospital on Tuesday after a month-long battle with coronavirus.
Queues of people flocked to one of Cambridgeshire’s nine recycling centres after they were reopened amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Residents and businesses are being encouraged to share their views on a proposal to develop a solar farm in East Cambridgeshire.
Children from two Soham primary schools have teamed up with some of the town’s older residents to celebrate VE Day.
A Cambridgeshire ultra-runner will be covering 100 miles from her garden for NHS workers who helped save her son’s life.
The Co-op stores in Long Sutton and Crowland have had their ATMs attacked in the early hours of today (Thursday).
An independent champion for people using health and care services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is asking people to tell how they have been affected due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Scientists in Cambridge have helped create a virtual tour to allow the public to gain an insight into their work amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Most residents have stood outside their front doors to clap for carers during the coronavirus lockdown, but some have had other ideas to mark the occasion.
How can a school cheer up pupils and their families while they’re away from the classroom?
A fitness fanatic from Isleham has covered 1,000 ‘virtual’ kilometres and raised over £3,000 in his bid to help the NHS during the coronavirus lockdown.
Live performances, colouring competitions and a family workout are just some of the attractions on offer at this year’s Haddenham Beer Festival.