It’s easy to feel trapped at home during lockdown but thankfully there are plenty of theatrical treats available to stream straight into your home. Here’s an updated list of the best shows on offer
Residents shared their support and well-wishes for the town’s post master, who said he will update everyone once they’re ready to reopen.
Police in at least one part of the country have begun questioning shoppers at The Range retail outlets if their journey was necessary.
Heartbreaking tributes have been paid to former Ely Hero Award’s winner Jay Davison who has tragically lost his battle with cancer.
Elmstok Ltd has seen a surge in demand in their plastic document covers which are now being used to make protective shields for key workers in the coronavirus pandemic.
An image of Ben Stokes just after he hit the winning runs in the third Specsavers Test between England and Australia at Headingley has won the Wisden–MCC Photograph of the Year competition for 2019.
A Cambridgeshire grassroots football team is playing their part as the county continues to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Ely Tigers were sitting in third place in London Three Eastern Counties when all rugby below the Premiership was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ely City Crusaders are celebrating after they secured fresh investment to help boost their facilities.
Having overcome the toughest mental challenge of his archery career to date, Ely star Harry Tapp is determined to work his way up the Great Britain age groups and fully utilise the potential he possesses.
Now the theatres have gone dark The National Theatre is You-Tubing some of its best loved shows. Each one will be available for a week. Get the best seats in the house, on Thursday nights from 7pm.
They may be a band in isolation but once a performer always a performer – as one Cambridgeshire group set out to show.
The Chatteris Midsummer Festival, which was due to be held on June 27 and 28, has been cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns.
Organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival have announced that this year’s event will not be going ahead due to concerns over the coronavirus.
A teenager from Witchford is following in her mum’s footsteps as a former Ely Hero by sewing funky homemade masks to help fight coronavirus.