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Community transport provider FACT may be asked to play a major part in helping vulnerable and elderly people access shopping and prescriptions during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Prime Minister will write to every UK household in the UK to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

A confused picture is emerging of how local councils are responding to the coronavirus pandemic when it comes to keeping alive their traditional markets.

Wisbech got a taste of a toughening on travel today as police randomly stopped drivers in a bid to keep all movement to a minimum.

Parking restrictions will be relaxed across Cambridge to support key workers and deliveries in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bosses at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn have confirmed they have now had 22 confirmed coronavirus cases - and are expecting peak demand to come between April 11 and 17.

The bodies of a man and woman, both in their 70s, have been found in a South Cambridgeshire village home, police have revealed.

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) are appealing for support from the community in response to the “overwhelming” financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Former Wisbech mayor Jonathan Farmer has suggested police consider the use of tasers on children found out and about unnecessarily during the coronavirus pandemic.

Soham News

Thu, 16:51

A Cambridgeshire shop owner photographed ‘dodgy drugs deals’ in his carpark amid the ongoing wide-spread coronavirus pandemic.

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A Soham man has been given a suspended sentence by a court after being found with a knife in a public place. Graham Taylor, 53, admitted the offence when he appeared before magistrates at Peterborough on Monday (March 23).

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A motorcycling school from Littleport are taking to their bikes across the Fens in a bid to rally the local community together.

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A Cambridgeshire charity shop aims to stay open despite the coronavirus outbreak in a bid to keep it from permanent closure.

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£5,000 is desperately needed to feed the animals and pay a small team at South Angle Park Farm – otherwise the Soham educational farm may not survive amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Theatres in and around Cambridgeshire are beginning to shut their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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