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A great year at Soham for pumpkins, ferrets and most vegetables but not so...

After a frosty start, the sun soon burned through the mist for a bright Saturday in Soham and the annual pumpkin fair. Source: Camb Times

Lorry window smashed and driver injured – but manages to pull over safely –...

A ball bearing was shot at a lorry on the A14 this afternoon, smashing the windscreen and injuring the driver. Source: Camb Times

Cambridge digitises Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own

A Room of One's Own is "is one of the founding texts of 20th Century feminist thought". Source: BBC Cambs

250 guests celebrate the winners and finalists from the 10th Ely Standard Business Awards...

ST1 Group Ltd was named business of the year at the 10th annual Ely Standard Business Awards held in the Lady Chapel of Ely...

Concern as thousands left with anxious wait for smear test results in Cambridgeshire

Thousands of women in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are having to contend with the anxiety of long waits for their smear test results. Source: Camb Times

Concern as thousands left with anxious wait for smear test results in Cambridgeshire

Thousands of women in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are having to contend with the anxiety of long waits for their smear test results. Source: Camb Times

Concern as thousands left with anxious wait for smear test results in Cambridgeshire

Thousands of women in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are having to contend with the anxiety of long waits for their smear test results. Source: Camb Times

Mums who have all suffered the loss of a child join forces for a...

United in grief but strong in support, a group of mums from Soham, who have all suffered the loss of a child, have joined...

Charity campaign for knitted hats is a success as nearly 200 are made for...

Nearly 200 knitted hats have been made for the annual Prickwillow Ploughing Festival after an appeal went out in this newspaper. Source: Camb Times

Charity campaign for knitted hats is a success as nearly 200 are made for...

Nearly 200 knitted hats have been made for the annual Prickwillow Ploughing Festival after an appeal went out in this newspaper. Source: Camb Times

Tractor driver is air lifted to hospital after his vehicle ends up in a...

A man was air lifted to hospital after suffering severe chest and stomach injuries when the tractor he was driving left the road and...

Tractor driver is air lifted to hospital after his vehicle ends up in a...

A man was air lifted to hospital after suffering severe chest and stomach injuries when the tractor he was driving left the road and...

Eight-week-old puppy stolen from a house in Chatteris

An eight-week-old puppy has been stolen from a house in Chatteris after it is suspected that thieves climbed in through a bedroom window. Source: Camb...

Grandmother who died in A10 collision named by police as Joan Matthews, aged 75

The family of Joan Matthews who died in a collision on the A10 near Ely yesterday was described today by her family as “loved...

Success for Witcham Equestrian Centre as new 30mph speed sign is erected in the...

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...

Cakes, coffee and community spirit at March Macmillan Coffee Morning at Oliver Cromwell Hotel

Homemade cakes to rival the likes of The Great British Bake Off were up for grabs at The Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March for...