A teenager was sexually assaulted in broad daylight as she walked her dog in Cambridgeshire this morning.
The 15-year-old girl was walking along the bridleway between Caxton and Cambourne when a man grabbed her and sexually assaulted her.
She then managed to push him away before he ran off.
A Cambridgeshire couple are preparing for a wedding with a difference today - they'll walk down the supermarket aisles to tie the knot.
Rebecca Wooller, 44, and Blake Green, 53, will marry in their local branch of Morrisons in Cambourne this afternoon.
They chose to marry there because it was the only place the bride, who was ill when they first met, could venture out on first dates.
Former undertaker and mother-of-four, Miss Wooller said: "I'm feeling nervous but very excited."
Part of the supermarket cafe will be sectioned off for the event and Morrisons has provided flowers and food.
As well as the usual family and friends, shoppers will be invited to get involved by lining the aisles to greet the couple.
Finding the perfect wedding venue can sometimes be a bit of a challenge - but a couple from Cambridgeshire haven't had to look far to find their dream location... they're getting married in their local supermarket.
Rebecca Wooller and Blake Green will be tying the knot at Morrisons in Cambourne this March. But why the supermarket setting? Sarah Cooper's been finding out...
A six-week consultation has been launched over plans for an extra 2,350 homes at Cambourne in Cambridgeshire.
The proposals, put forward by McA Developments, also include two primary schools and a secondary school, sports pitches and play areas, shops and a community space, offices and other "light industrial employment areas".
The site falls mainly within the parish of Caxton and would see the new town extended from the tree belt to the west of Lower Cambourne to the A1198, and from the A428 in the north to the Caxton Bypass in the south.
The consultation runs until Friday February 20 and public events are due to be held at Caxton Village Hall and The Hub in Cambourne at the end of January.
A new foodbank has been launched in Cambourne to help people who are struggling to afford basic food items.
Based in the reception area of South Cambridgeshire District Council’s offices the foodbank has already been given soup, pasta, rice, and tinned meat and fruit.
Contributions will be split between Cambridge Foodbank and Huntingdon’s Charity Foodbank in Sawston.