A commemorative garden area was opened at Burwell Village College primary school on Monday to mark First and Second World War anniversaries. Funded by local businesses, it features a cherry tree, log seating, lavender, a tree seat, a plaque with ‘1914-2014’ on and thousands of planted poppy seeds.
A council could soon start building and buying affordable homes in a bid to tackle housing shortages.
Two of the longest serving and most respected primary school headteachers in Newmarket have said their final farewells to pupils and staff.
An allotment once plagued by vandalism was reopened on Friday as a secure wildlife garden for Soham school children.
A carrot producer who has spent four decades with the same firm said he enjoyed his work as much now as when he first started out.
A campaign to attract new visitors to Newmarket which is set to launch later this year has received a £30,000 council boost.
Fitness group Hour of Power held its first outdoor class in East Anglia in Red Lodge on Sunday.
Chantal Wootten has created her own piece of Hickstead history following her outing at this year’s prestigious Derby meeting.
Callum Wilkinson executed the perfect plan to take his first senior national title and further enhance his growing reputation on Saturday.
A spokesman for property developer Bill Gredley has been telling an inspector that a council’s planning policy aimed at protecting the town’s racing heritage, was “negative and restrictive.”
Plans for a new cafe to be built in Mildenhall have been given the go-ahead by district planning officials eight months after they were first submitted.
What a difference a year makes as Ofsted praises “relentless” efforts by head and staff to transform Ely primary school
Staff at a primary school in Ely have been “relentless in the pursuit of excellence” according to government inspectors.
A date has been set for an inquest into the death of a Soham Village College student who died suddenly at home.
The Beach Boys, Friday, Adnams Newmarket Night
A village pre-school celebrated its 40th birthday on Wednesday.
A Saxon and Vikings re-enactment was one of the highlights of Newmarket’s Paddocks primary school’s summer fair on Saturday.
Tickets are still available for a nostalgic 1920s style evening in Mildenhall on Saturday to commemorate the First World War.
Trainer Jeremy Noseda and his team from Newmarket’s Shalfleet Stables collected £1,498.49 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) during Ladies Day at the July Course on Thursday.
A second-generation firefighter has retired following nearly 30 years’ service at Soham Fire Station.