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It was throwback to a golden age of motoring when a village held a popular weekend show of vehicles spanning decades. Source: Camb Times
Thousands lined the streets of Manea to watch the parade make its way through village for the annual gala on Saturday (July 14). Source: Camb Times
A March church cooked up a storm on Saturday as one thousand rashers of bacon sizzled in the sun for the annual Bacon Buttie Festival. Source: Camb Times
More than 1,000 people filled the streets of Wimblington yesterday (Sunday July 15) as the village held its annual fun day. Source: Camb Times
The Wisbech Corn Exchange is to open for the first time in nearly 30 years. Source: Camb Times
A March pub landlord is calling for tougher crime prevention in the town after a man was stabbed following a night out. Source: Camb Times
As the American President continues his tour of the UK, Donald Trump’s arrival in the country hasn’t been welcomed by everyone. Source: Camb Times
A fibre glass full size replica of a black and white Fresian worth around £1,000 that was stolen from a Fenland garden has been found, police say. Source: Camb Times
A man who held a knife at a Tesco cashier in Peterborough before taking £425 from the till has been jailed for more than three years. Source: Camb Times
MP Steve Barclay has praised the Government’s announcement to suspend the use of vaginal mesh following a Cambs Times campaign led by our reporter Kath Sansom. Source: Camb Times
A group of people in tents have set up an illegal camp near the Hudson Sports Centre in Wisbech. Source: Camb Times
A group of people in tents have set up an illegal camp near the Hudson Sports Centre in Wisbech. Source: Camb Times
Cambridgeshire is among the best areas in the country for promoting breast feeding and reducing childhood obesity, according to a national report. Source: Camb Times
A trailer carrying straw bales caught fire last night (Thursday July 12) on Ten Mile Bank near Littleport. Source: Camb Times
A Fenland solicitors has raised more than £2,000 for a charity that supports serving members of the armed forces, veterans and their families. Source: Camb Times
Community charity Groundwork Cambridgeshire & Peterborough is running play sessions for parents and children in Whittlesey over the school holidays. Source: Camb Times

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