Champion fundraiser Sue Weaver, who collects thousands for her local lifeboat, is the Anglia east winner of a Pride of Britain award.Read the full story ›
Two men have been arrested after police in Bedfordshire raided a cannabis factory in Chicksands.
It was discovered by heat source detectors on a police helicopter. When police entered the building they found dozens of plants.
A drug dealer who was arrested in a police raid in Bedford has been jailed for four years.
21 year old Randee Hall, from Barnfield Road in Woolwich, was arrested in in July at a property in Gillespie Close. He had 27 wraps of cocaine and heroin on him.
He's been found guilty of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs at Cambridge Crown Court.
Nine weapons have been taken off the streets of Bedford during police checks. A meat cleaver and several knives were recovered by officers.Read the full story ›
The fourth of our ITV Anglia East Pride of Britain nominees is Pete Redwood-Smith from Rayleigh in Essex.Read the full story ›
Rosie Tween had a spinal stroke five years ago, and has not been able to walk since - but it didn't stop her conquering Snowdon.Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed for 18 months for burglary after he was identified through DNA left at the crime scene.
Sean Fellowes, 44, broke a leaded window at a home on De Parys Avenue, Bedford in June after repeated attempts to get inside, causing damage costing over £2,000.
The window was forensically examined by Bedfordshire Police scenes of crime officers, and a fingerprint sample was recovered from a piece of broken glass found outside the house. This was then matched to Fellowes.
We are really pleased to get this result and that Fellowes has received a custodial sentence. He broke into the property when the family were at home and caused extensive damage.
Fellowes, of no fixed abode, was sentenced at Luton Crown Court on Friday (28 September) after pleading guilty. He was also made to pay a victim surcharge of £140.
Michael, who moved to the UK from Ghana more than 20 years ago, has raised nearly £20,000 for 'Médecins Sans Frontières'.Read the full story ›
Glennis Hooper founded 'Crazy Hats', an organisation which raises money to help those with breast cancer.Read the full story ›
Sue Weaver has raised £40,000 for Hemsby lifeboat and has now been nominated for a Pride of Britain Award.Read the full story ›