The owner of a newspaper delivery firm has added a postal service to his daily rounds. Brian Webb has even designed his own stamps.
Work will start later to ensure the flood risk to Wisbech in Cambridgeshire is minimised in future.
A year on since the murder of Una Crown from Wisbech, police are making a fresh appeal for witnesses.
Police have been in Wisbech today in the hope of encouraging someone to come forward with the vital information they need to find the killer of Una Crown.
Officers have been putting up posters and urging members of the East Cambridgeshire community to think back one year to the day of the murder.
Una Crown was stabbed to death before her body was burned at her home at Magazine Lane.
No-one has been charged with her murder.
Dt Sgt Graham McMillan led today's appeal.
Police have urged people to think about the actions of their loved ones as they continue to hunt the killer of a Wisbech pensioner.
Una Crown was stabbed to death and set on fire at her home at Magazine Lane exactly a year ago today.
A £10,000 reward is on offer for information which leads to the conviction of the 86-year-old's killer but no one has yet been charged.Today, Cambridgeshire Police issued a fresh appeal.
Det Ch Insp Jon Hutchinson said the investigation was still "very active" and the force was determined to find the person responsible.
He added: "I would urge people to think back to this time a year ago, did a friend or loved one come home with blood on them or smelling of smoke?
"Were they acting strangely around that time? Did they suddenly come into money?
"Any information, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, could prove crucial to solving this terrible crime and giving some closure to Mrs Crown's family who are desperate for answers."
A year on since the murder of Una Crown in Wisbech and detectives say they are determined to get justice for her family.
The body of the 86-year old was discovered stabbed to death in her bungalow in Magazine Lane on Sunday 13th January 2013.
Detectives investigating the murder have made a fresh appeal 12 months on from the murder.
Detective Chief Inspector Jon Hutchinson said: "This is still a very active investigation and we have a dedicated team working on solving this horrific murder.
"We are determined to get justice for Mrs Crown and her family and are following up a number of lines of enquiry in order to catch and convict the person responsible.
"However, we still believe the answer to this crime lies in the local community and we need their help."
The College of West Anglia in Wisbech is to receive £4.6m from the Government to fund a £5.5m project to build a new teaching centre and refurbish existing buildings at its Isle campus in Wisbech.
The project should be completed by summer 2015 and will allow the college to cater for several hundred additional students.
A police community support officer in Cambridgeshire was able to chase down a suspect on his bike, despite having a broken ankle.
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PCSO Terry McCormack, who chased down suspect after suffering a broken ankle, said he was doing what he was "paid to do".
A PCSO with a broken ankle - who was involved in a 20 minute bicycle chase with suspect - insists he was just doing his job.
Terry McCormack collided with the man as he attempted to stop him in Wisbech in Cambridgeshire.
Rather than give up after injuring himself, the PCSO jumped back on his bike and rode after him - eventually catching him so officers could make an arrest.
Police officers who failed to find a seriously injured man after a road crash have been criticised by inspectors.
Norfolk Police were called to reports of a crashed vehicle on the A47 near Wisbech in July last year but despite two searches, officers failed to locate the owner of the car.
A 54-year-old man was found in a ditch and in a serious condition by a member of the public several hours later.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said the officers could have conducted a more thorough search.