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Campaigners have launched a petition to save three Minor Injuries Units in Cambridgeshire that could face closure.
The centres in Ely, Doddington and Wisbech are under review as part of a shake-up of health services across the county.
However, the Clinical Commissioning Group say no formal decision has been made yet.
The New Year is bringing some long-awaited traffic changes in Ely including a bypass to cut congestion in the city.
Work will finally begin on the £32 million project to ease pressure at a notorious pinch point low railway bridge which can add up to 20 minutes to a journey.
There were objections to the plans from those including English Heritage who said new bridges would obscure views of Ely Cathedral but businesses say the benefits will be worth the disruption.
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Work is about to begin on a £36 million project to build a southern bypass around Ely, Cambridgeshire.
The new road has been designed to reduce congestion in the city centre.
Construction work is due to finish in Spring 2018.
Ely Cathedral has been given £500,000 to carry out important repairs on its South Nave Aisle roof.
The money, which comes from the First World War Centenary Commemoration Fund, will be used as part of a continuing programme to restore and conserve the historic Cambridgeshire building.
It is the fourth grant the cathedral has received from the fund.
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An organised fireworks display in Cambridgeshire had to be stopped early on Saturday after one of its volunteers was injured.
The man was attending to the fireworks at the Ely XT during the display on Cherry Hill in front of the cathedral, when one exploded in his face.
ITV News Anglia has chosen not to show the exact moment the explosion happened.
The display was stopped immediately and he was taken to Addenbrooke's hospital for treatment.
Organisers say he's now recovering well at home.
At last nights Ely XT firework display one of our firework crew was unfortunately injured during the display.
He was attended to by on-site first aid and later treated at Addenbrooke's Hospital. He is now recovering well at home.
We would like to thank the Ely XT committee, the on-site first aiders and all members of the public who have wished him a speedy recovery.
Commuters in the East of England will face further delays to train services in 2017.
There will be ten days of engineering works over the Christmas and New Year period.
Services from Cambridge to Ely, and from the Norwich to London line, will be the most affected.
Weekend services will continue to disrupted until May 2017 to allow improvements to take place. Replacement buses will operate between Essex and London.
It's part of a £250 million project to improve the reliability of the railway.
Staff at Ely Cathedral say there are too many pigeons nesting around the roof of the 900 year old building.
They've noticed an unusally high number of the birds around the west tower and Cathedral porch.
They're now looking for humane ways to scare them off.
"They're grouping and clustering around the building in certain areas, creating a lot of mess. They're nesting and their nests are blocking our rainwater goods in some instances. The numbers are just too high for us really."
The new website has been launched to attract more visitors to the historic city of Ely in Cambridgeshire.
The old Visit Ely website was deemed outdated and has now been refreshed and made easier to navigate.
“The website certainly has the ‘wow factor’ that will attract, engage and retain our audience.
“I have no doubt that this new commercial website will play an important factor in bringing more visitors into the district and will support the tourism team in their daily quest to promote all our tourism businesses and services.”
The aim is to hit 300,000 web users as year; the previous website attracted 220,000 visitors.
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If you like a tipple, you'll probably know that our region already boasts several gin distilleries and also one of the best known makers of English whisky.
Well now it's set to be home to the UK's only brewery devoted to making Japanese rice wine or sake.
The development in derelict barns at Fordham Abbey near Ely will see £9 million invested over five years.