A model, who took up ultra marathons to help cope with the death of his mother, is planning to run from John O'Groats to Land's End.Read the full story ›
There has been unprecedented demand for food banks across the East of England.
December is usually the busiest time of year because of Christmas but for Cambridge food bank, 2018 saw record numbers of people in need of help. There was a 35% rise in demand during the year.
The Trussell Trust which supports more than 400 foodbanks across the UK says demand is rising by around 10% each year.
The Christmas Food Bank Appeal at the Central England Co-op in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk has had 75,000 items donated which was enough to create more than 30,000 meals for people in need.
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The ITV News Anglia Christmas Shout-Out is your chance to say a festive thank you to someone who has done something fantastic for you.Read the full story ›
A Cambridge mother who's dedicated her life to helping children with brain tumours is the Anglia west Pride of Britain winner.Read the full story ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›