Pupils talk up Must Farm

Findings from the excavation of the Bronze Age site Must Farm were put on display at a talk at Sir Harry Smith Community College in Whittlesey last week.

The scene in Station Road, Whittlesey last night

Armed police arrest man in late night incident in Whittlesey

Armed police were called after a disturbance in Whittlesey involving a man thought to have a knife.

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Good Samaritans pull man from smoking car after driver suffers cardiac arrest and crashed into dyke

A Good Samaritan helped rescue his best friend’s dad after he suffered a cardiac arrest and swerved into a dyke.

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Good Samaritan rescues driver who spun into 20 foot embankment after suffering cardiac arrest

A Good Samaritan rescued a driver who spun into a 20 foot embankment at King’s Delph in Whittlesey after suffering a cardiac arrest at the wheel.

The team with their award

Awards for Washes team

A team behind the strengthening of the Whittlesey Washes, which was completed a year early and nearly £10 million under budget, has won two awards.

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Coast to coast trek for Jason

A Whittlesey engineer battled through the pain to trek from the west coast of England to the east in just two weeks.

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Police news

Police offer reassurance after reports of child abduction

Police are reassuring residents in the Whittlesey and Coates area after reports of a child abduction earlier this week turned out to be a misunderstanding.

A Magpas Helimedix air ambulance, like the one pictured, was called to the scene.

Whittlesey man in his 80s airlifted to hospital in serious condition after falling down flight of stairs

A man in his 80s was airlifted to Addenbrooke’s Hospital with serious head injuries after falling down a flight of stairs.

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Indian summer for Deborah

First aid training was given to tribal children from the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve in India by Deborah Slator, chair of Defibrillators for All.

Phlilp Ingham's children Peter, Gemma and Christopher and son-in-law Chris

Whittlesey family climb 24 peaks in 24 hours in honour of dad who died seven weeks after cancer diagnosis

A Whittlesey family defied fatigue by climbing 24 Lake District peaks in 24 hours in honour of their late father.

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Whittlesey Washes strengthening finishes a year early and £10 million under budget

Work to strengthen the banks of the Whittlesey Washes flood reservoir have finished a year early and £10 million under budget.

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Rare watch, jewellery and TV stolen in Whittlesey burglary

A distinctive and rare watch has been stolen in a burglary in Whittlesey.

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Whittlesey Festival is just magic

The Whittlesey Festival left the town’s mayor bamboozled and brought smiles to the many families who enjoyed the sun and various attractions last Sunday.

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Police attend a serious RTC involving a single van on the A605 Nr Farcet.,
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Man suffers life altering injuries after hitting crash barrier on A605 Cardea bypass

A man has suffered serious injuries this morning, Thursday September 8, after a van hit the crash barrier on the A605 Cardea bypass.

Whittlesey fireighters making a splash during their charity car wash

Whittlesey firefighters scrub up to make £500 charity splash

Whittlesey firefighters have raised more than £500 at a charity car wash.

The scene of the crash in Farcet - Photo: Gary Reed

Woman hospitalised after car rolls over in Farcet

A woman was rushed to hospital after a two vehicle collision in which one of the cars rolled over.

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Fun to be had at Whittlesey festival

A spectacular day of colour and music is planned for the Whittlesey Festival.

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The scene of the car fire in Thorney Road in Eye

Three arson attacks on cars in Peterborough on Bank Holiday Monday

Fire crews attended a series of arson attacks on cars in Peterborough on Bank Holiday Monday.

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Maya takes her first steps after defying doctors

An incredibly brave child has defied doctors’ expectations by taking her first steps after eight hours of surgery and a blood transfusion.

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GCSE RESULTS: 60 per cent of Sir Harry Smith Community College pupils achieve five A*-C grades including English and maths

Over 60 per cent of students at Sir Harry Smith Community College achieved five A*-C grades including English and maths

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