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An East Cambs councillor will press tonight for her colleagues to vote to abandon their pre-council meeting buffet.

A police officer who lost his daughter after eight years battling a debilitating brain tumour has launched the ‘Great Fenland Police Plod’ for a 74 mile charity walk across Cambridgeshire.

The public is to be invited to see at first hand the design of the £18 million new headquarters for Cambridgeshire County Council at Alconbury.

Ely cadet flight sergeant Rory Donoghue is jetting off to colder climes this week to take part in a snow boarding course as part of his Duke of Edinburgh award.

An Ely digital and design agency held an open afternoon to celebrate moving into the “perfect new creative space” in the city centre.


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Riders of all ages from the Ely & District Cycling Club - B&T Motor Repairs took part in mountain bike races at the weekend.

Ely Archers managed to collect a total of 18 medals and three trophies at the annual Jolly Archers competition at St Ives on Sunday February 10.

Another week and another week of changes at the top of the rugby league table as Saturday morning leaders, Ely Tigers, made the trip to second placed.

Strike ace Sam Mulready continued his prolific run of form as Soham Town Rangers collected another valuable Bostik League North Division point last Saturday.

Delighted manager Brady Stone could not contain his excitement for his Ely City side after they reached the Cambs Invitation Cup final for the third successive season.

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The new children’s book from No. 1 bestselling author David Walliams – a deliciously daft ‘tall story’ of a child who had everything, but still wanted more.

From the imaginative minds behind West End hit The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre return to the Cambridge Arts Theatre with another laugh-a-minute action-filled caper in The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.

A gig will be held at one of Cambridge’s best-loved music venues in aid of a local charity.


You can try out being an rat in experiments, see how the Genome Project will revolutionise medicine and dance at a scientific ceilidh. Here is a taste of the events at Cambridge Science Festival, March 11-24.


The Brampton Mill might be a 500-year-old building but thanks to a stylish refurbishment it’s been transformed into a modern masterpiece – though still maintaining its traditional character thanks to a fully functioning mill wheel and low-beamed ceilings.

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