A popular Ely cafe is set to play host to a new delicatessen.
Toddlers at a nursery dressed up as the characters from their favourite books today.
Former leader quits East Cambs council alleging ‘disquiet’ over cuts that could see up to 23 posts axed
A former leader of East Cambridgeshire District Council has resigned over “disquiet” surrounding proposals to reorganise the authority and possibly axe 23 posts.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE: Man with a fetish for spanking girls jailed for abusing four children - the youngest five- dating back to the 1970s
A man with a fetish for spanking girls has been jailed for abusing four children dating back to the 1970s.
Two people have been arrested in connection with a police officer scam across the county.
Spending at cash-strapped East Cambridgeshire District Council in January was up by more than £15,000 year-on-year.
GALLERY: Falling tree leaves woman hundreds of pounds out of pocket - and nobody wants to take the blame
A woman whose car was crushed when a tree fell in strong winds has been left hundreds of pounds out of pocket after two organisations refused to accept responsibility.
A drink and drug dependent man hung himself at his home in Littleport after years of suffering from depression.
Man,24, jailed after grooming a 14 year-old girl on the internet using fake ID and inciting her to send him naked images
A man who groomed a 14-year-old girl online to send him indecent images of herself has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.
Archant - publisher of The Cambs Times, Wisbech Standard and Ely Standard- announce almost 50pc rise in operating profit for 2013
Archant, the community media business and publisher of The Cambs Times, Wisbech Standard and Ely Standard, has announced a healthy increase in operating profits for the last year to £9.4m.
Police are appealing for information after two BMWs were broken into by thieves in Lakenheath.
One of the country’s top headteachers, Kevin Bullock, has announced he will be retiring from his post at Fordham Primary School after 20 years in charge. Under his leadership, the school has become one of the best primaries in the country, achieving three ‘outstanding’ Ofsted inspections since 2002.
Mildenhall Parish Council has supported the views of both Barton Mills and Worlington parish councils in objecting to plans to build 78 new homes on a site at the edge of the town.
Fast food giant Subway could be heading to Newmarket to fill one of the town’s empty stores.
Youngsters from Newmarket’s Houldsworth Valley primary school went on a journey from South America to Australia, via ancient Greece and India, as part of a week of art and creativity. Each class enjoyed learning about a country or continent, and artwork produced included ancient Greek Vases, Rangoli chalk patterns Aboriginal cave paintings and 3D boomerangs. Parents came in to classes during the week to support their children’s learning, and the week culminated in two art galleries which were open to parents and pupils and an auction of artwork.
Fitness fanatics attending in Newmarket received a special training session at the end of last month after the star of a reality television show took control of their class.
A pensioner was knocked down and killed by her own car in a freak accident just outside her home, an inquest has heard.
Parents, staff and pupils at Newmarket’s Laureate primary school are smiling after raising more than £2,300 for a charity which supports children with mental health issues. Last year’s fundraising activities for Blue Smile included a Smile of Pennies , which collected over 5,000 coins and over £100, beat the goalie, a summer fete, an art exhibition and a s chool sponsor day. In total £2,341.49 was collected. Amanda Langford , head of Blue Smile , said: “We are incredibly grateful and the school should be really proud. We are hoping other schools will follow Laureate’s example and fundraise for us.”
Iconic sixties California group The Beach Boys have been announced as the latest act to appear on this year’s Adnams Newmarket Nights at the town’s July Course.
A Newmarket-based community transport group has launched an appeal to raise £35,000 needed for a new mini-bus.