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Bride to be Jo Loosemore made an urgent plea today to find a clergyman able to marry her and her fiancé before the country goes into lockdown.

A dash of Halloween magic – coupled with a tribute to the NHS (National Health Service) – are lighting up part of Ely this weekend.

With market trade increasing and a new bagel bar just weeks from opening , things are looking up for Silver Oak Coffee after they had to shut down their cafe at March rail station due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

A man who went on the run before being jailed for causing the death by dangerous driving of veterinary nurse Rachel Radwell, handed himself in to police today.

A motorcyclist has described the terrifying moment he witnessed his partner being struck by a lorry while riding along the A141 near Chatteris.

Sport

Yesterday, 14:55

A junior football club has been rejuvenated off the field thanks to their kit sponsor for this season.

Luke McAvoy admitted that Ely City had probably “one of the easiest games we’ve had this season” after his side extended their unbeaten league run.

Ely 1sts grabbed their second East Men’s League win this season with a thumping victory, while the ladies’ section endured a tough weekend.

A one of a kind and a village stalwart are just some of the tributes paid to a man, known to many as “Mr Burwell Cricket Club”.

A rampant first-half display proved too much for Ely 1sts in the East Women’s League on Saturday.

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08:47

With market trade increasing and a new bagel bar just weeks from opening , things are looking up for Silver Oak Coffee after they had to shut down their cafe at March rail station due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

For one independent tattoo studio in Ely, things haven’t changed too much because “it’s such a sterile environment” - and, if anything, they have seen an unexpected increase in the number of bookings.

Cambridge Film Festival has launched a new collaborative online movie showcase as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

When Joann Jobling opened her cafe on February 6 she never imagined having to close it less than two months later on March 20 because of the Covid-19 lockdown.

140 households and businesses across Ely created illuminated window displays as part of the city’s first Window Wanderland event.

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Yesterday, 12:02

Opposition leader Lucy Nethsingha says she was shocked that Cambridgeshire County Council spent £216,000 on a PR campaign for fostering “but are not willing to find any extra to help feed the poorest in the county over Christmas”.

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