Conservation work to make repairs to the South Nave Aisle roof at Ely Cathedral are underwayRead the full story ›
St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Suffolk is now taking contactless card payments in a bid to boost dwindling donations.
Parishioners can already give to the 11th Century gothic building by direct debit.
However The Rev Cannon Graham Hedger said "alot of people don't carry cash on them anymore."
A contactless bank card reader has been placed next to the church's traditional donation box.
Exclusive figures obtained by ITV News Anglia have revealed a sharp rise in hate crime across the region.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
Muslims in our region have spoken of their fears of a rise in attacks after the recent spate of terrorist incidents.
They say members of the community in Luton have experienced a rise in Islamophobia and the attack on the Finsbury Park Mosque has increased their fears.
Construction work on a £2 million Sikh temple in Northampton is set to begin next month.
The Gurdwara in St James Mill Road will replace the existing building on St Georges Street.
It will include a gym, community centre and 120 parking spaces. It's due to be completed in early 2019.
It will just completely transform all the services that we've got, not only for our own community but we want other communities to come and share that space.
We want to have that respect for each other and help each other grow as well at the same time.
Norwich has one of the largest number of medieval churches in the world. To celebrate that fact, the city is hosting a three day festival.Read the full story ›
Christians from around the region have been filling our churches to celebrate Easter Sunday.Read the full story ›
A financial crisis at Peterborough Cathedral has prompted the Church of England to launch an investigation into finances across the UK.Read the full story ›
Priest, television presenter and former 80s pop star The Rev Richard Coles has added a new role to his CV.Read the full story ›
A church in Cambridgeshire is appealing for more funding to restore the only memorial of Britain's most famous gardener.
Lancelot 'Capability' Brown, who is credited with creating some of Britain's most iconic gardens, is buried alongside his family in Fenstanton.
The Church of St Peter and St Paul are looking to raise £40,000 pounds to honour the work he did more than 250 years ago.
No other significant memorial exists in the UK to the gardener, except the one at the church in Cambridgeshire - the only place he is known to have purchased land.