The underpass in Chatteris was left unrecognisable after yesterday’s flash flooding - but that didn’t stop youngsters on their bikes from having a great time.
Parts of Cambridgeshire and the Fens will be hotter than Mykonos and Ibiza this week, sparking a ‘Hot Weather Warning’ from The Met Office.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for Cambridgeshire.
A young dog was locked in a hot car without any windows open at a March retail park in today’s 30 degree heatwave, a shopper claims.
The Ely Ouse and river Cam catchment area has become the first in East Anglia to move into a period of developing drought, the Environment Agency has revealed.
Scorching temperatures are heading to Cambridgeshire and the Fens where it will be hotter than summer holiday destinations Ibiza and Barcelona.
The owners of Arbuckles say they are “heartbroken” after flash flooding “devastated” their Downham Market restaurant – but they still plan to re-open their Ely venue on July 4 following the COVID-19 lockdown.
There may have been rain for most of the morning - but that didn’t stop customers supporting local traders as Ely Market reopened today.
The green outside Ely Maltings is to be fenced off in a bid to prevent anti-social behaviour during the coronavirus lockdown.