The mayor of Godmanchester, Councillor Sarah Conboy has spoken about her plans for the town after she was elected for a second term.
Visitors to Somersham Carnival on Saturday enjoyed a day of family fun.
Huntingdon MP Jonathan DJanogly has confirmed new train time-tables will be in place in the next three weeks and travellers can expect details about a compensation scheme in the next few days.
Thousands of people are expected to descend on St Neots town centre on Saturday to celebrate the town’s fifth Armed Forces Day.
Joshua Marshall from St Ives, has been busy raising money in order for him to go to the World Scout Jamboree after being only one of 40 selected in Cambridgeshire.
A St Neots-based theatre group managed to raise more than £400 for charity during a recent performance at the town’s Priory Centre.
Campaigners in Little Paxton were celebrating last night after councillors voted to reject a planning application to build almost 200 new homes on the edge of the village.
Regeneration of the town centre will be one of the issues new mayor of St Neots, Councillor Barry Chapman, wants to tackle during his term in office.
Huntingdon is staging a series of international cricket fixtures this week.
Joe Salerno saw off plenty of tough competition to take the Ron Gridley Singles honours.
Paul Hall is relishing the challenge of being men’s head coach for British Gymnastics.
Natalie Taylor hopes to be holding court on a major sporting stage later this year.
Man-of-the-moment Hayden Bream led Sawtry to A1 derby success last Saturday with another starring performance.
Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is an award-winning five-star hit musical.
The fourth, full length feature from English director Andrew Haigh, Lean on Pete tells the story of 15-year-old Charley as he forms an unlikely friendship with a fading race horse.
The award-winning all-male troupe return to Cambridge Arts Theatre with another fresh, fun and inventive spin on a classic Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, Iolanthe.
Global superstar Demi Lovato kicked off the 2018 live music season on the Adnams July Course, bringing her Tell Me You Love Me world tour to the Summer Saturday Live stage at Newmarket Racecourse on Saturday.
Excitement is mounting in anticipation of this summer’s Shakespeare production of Richard III and you could be there for free.