Shop owners in Ely High Street Passage have joined forces to spread the Christmas spirit by releasing a video of Merry Christmas Everyone.
Sainsbury’s admitted that reducing parking times at their Ely store from three to two hours was a mistake and has been corrected.
A £3 million indoor play area has been given the go-ahead after plans were approved by West Norfolk Council.
Kind hearted bosses at Aldi have scrapped a £70 fine handed out to a disabled motorist who parked longer than permitted at their Wisbech store.
A fund raising effort raised £1,000 in a little over 24 hours to support a local football club manager who was badly injured in what his brother described as a “vicious challenge”.
Five hampers are full to the brim with festive goodies for a competition for residents thanks to local businesses teaming up.
An 80-year-old woman waiting for a bus was asked for directions by a motorist who then snatched her hand bag, dragging her momentarily along the road.
A mum of two from the Fens is the first patient in 18 years to be invited to speak at an international conference of medical experts.
Conservative councillors who waged a social media campaign in support of Wisbech town council leader Sam Hoy ahead of a conduct hearing against her are themselves now under investigation for allegations of bullying and intimidating the complainant.
A large crowd gathered for the lighting of the city’s new beacon of peace to commemorate the end of a remarkable Remembrance Day in Ely.
The village of Little Downham commemorated Armistice Day with special poppies made by a local of group of crafters.
Olympic judo athlete Ashley McKenzie visited Littleport Leisure Centre on Saturday to deliver two judo masterclass sessions.
“We are already at a crisis point with waste, so it is about realising that we can make a change and empower others.”
Figures released today (November 7) by Network Rail show that members of the public in East Anglia have prevented suicide on 37 occasions at railway premises in the last three years.
A celebrity entourage of gritters - including Brad Grit and Grittney Spears - are getting ready to tackle the cold weather as temperatures start to plummet across Cambridgeshire.
Fenland District Council conduct committee chairman Sam Hoy will find herself on the opposite side of the council chamber on Friday when colleagues hear a conduct complaint about her.
An inspirational Ely mother has put the phrase ‘waste not want not’ into practice by launching a food project to support the most vulnerable in the community.
Six rescued common seal pups made their way to the sea and into the water at Hunstanton after spending several months rehabilitating at the Sea Life Sanctuary Seal Rescue Centre.
A woman who complained to MP Lucy Frazer that a letter she paid a £4 surcharge to Royal Mail to be delivered only to find it was a Tory Party survey has got her money back.
A teenage girl is being sought by police after reports that she killed a hedgehog in Littleport.
Quite whether everyone will share the thoughts of one resident who described it as ‘a dream come true’ but fast food chain Nando’s does appear to be ready for a move into Ely.
Footage has emerged this morning of yet another lorry attempting the mini-roundabout on Wisbech Road, March, where a telegraph pole was knocked down less than 24 hours ago.
‘You have reached your final destination’ – Chatteris duo, Dan and Dave, have finally arrived in Toyko, the capital of Japan.
Arrests for heroin possession, gross indecency, fraud, assault, drink driving and a vehicle seized after the driver breached an anti social behaviour order have been reported by Fenland Police.
Nearly £150 was raised by staff and students in Turing House at Ely College for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Minor injuries units at three Cambridgeshire hospitals have been saved after it was announced that a government policy will focus on “keeping healthcare local”.
A popular pub in Haddenham will be closing at the end of November as operator Punch Pubs say the site is on the market.
A popular pub in Haddenham will be closing at the end of November after owners say that the plot has been sold for development.
United in grief but strong in support, a group of mums from Soham, who have all suffered the loss of a child, have joined forces to produce a charity calendar.
It has been a success for the Witcham Equestrian Centre as a campaign launched to raise awareness of the village’s speed limit has been recognised with a new 30mph sign.