Latest news

Dualling of the 15 mile stretch of the A10 between Ely and Cambridge - which can often take an hour to travel along - now depends on a £264 million bid for Government funding.

A dispersal order for the whole of Cambridgeshire will be in place this weekend in a bid to reduce crime and disorder.

A warning to motorists to drive safe on country roads has been issued by police after a crash between a van and a tractor.

A couple from Ely who launched their own travel company are hosting an event next month to inspire people to explore new destinations.

A woman has spoken out after witnessing an alleged assault on a 13-year-old girl by a man in a quiet Cambridgeshire village.

Sport

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Ely City boss Brady Stone was finally able to celebrate FA Cup success as the club's terrific start to the season continued.

City of Ely took a major step towards a second successive Cambs Senior League title triumph last Saturday.

Ely City have been destroying opponents on the pitch so far this season . . . and now they have the backing of a demolition company.

A sell-out evening with two former professional football players raised £3,000 for charity in Witchford.

Summer signing Jordan Foster proved the difference last night as he fired his Ely City teammates to successive victories.

What's On

Yesterday, 16:11

An alternative Shakespeare world, with social media and reality TV, was brought to the open stage by the Ely Amateur Dramatic Society (ADS).

The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey is holding a Medieval living history event on Sunday 25 and Monday 26 August with activities for all the family.

It's set to be an exciting few days ahead for Ely Markets over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

An exhilarating and brilliantly ridiculous spin off from the Fast & Furious franchise, Hobbs & Shaw brings two of the biggest - and most bankable - names in Hollywood together for two hours and 20 minutes of relentlessly-paced high-octane action.

Libraries across Cambridgeshire will play host to a new season of arts as part of 'The Library Presents' scheme.

Awards & Exhibitions

Awards Directory

Editor's Choice

The boss of a famous East Anglian holiday firm has boldly declared he will not accept bookings from homophobic or racist customers stating: "Book with another agent."

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Ely Standard e-edition E-edition
Hot Jobs

Show Job Lists

Newsletter Sign Up

Ely Standard weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Most read stories