A festival marking the anniversary of the burial of Catharine of Aragon at Peterborough Cathedral starts today.
Henry the VIII's first wife died in exile at Cambridgeshire's Kimbolton Castle in 1536.
Over the next four days there will be series of special events at the city's cathedral and museum.
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Motion sensitive camera traps have been used for the first time at Whipsnade Zoo to observe a herd of fallow deer at night time.Read the full story ›
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Veterans from across the region have been honouring an old soldier, who had no relatives and was faced with a pauper's funeral.
Thanks to an incredible social media campaign, 90-year-old Reginald Watson was given a fitting send-off at his local church at Ormesby in Norfolk.
Reg was described as a perfect gentleman; very private but honest, polite and hard working.
An amateur sailor from Cambridge who saved a yachtsman stranded up a mast off the coast of Australia has been named yachtsman of the year.Read the full story ›