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New database catches out hare coursers in Cambridgeshire - now they are banned from entering farmland for the next five months

08 October 2018
New database catches out hare coursers in Cambridgeshire - now they are banned from entering farmland for the next five months

New database catches out hare coursers in Cambridgeshire - now they are banned from entering farmland for the next five months

08 October 2018

Four men have been handed County Court injunctions to prevent them from hare coursing in Cambridgeshire.


Food safety course will help Fenland businesses to be ‘5 rating’ ready!

05 October 2018
Food safety course will help Fenland businesses to be ‘5 rating’ ready!

Food safety course will help Fenland businesses to be ‘5 rating’ ready!

05 October 2018

A food safety training course to help businesses improve their food safety management is being held by Fenland District Council later this month.


Former hairdressers on March High Street destroyed by fire will not be rebuilt when the shop is demolished

05 October 2018
Former hairdressers on March High Street destroyed by fire will not be rebuilt when the shop is demolished

Former hairdressers on March High Street destroyed by fire will not be rebuilt when the shop is demolished

05 October 2018

A March shop badly damaged by a fire earlier this year is to be demolished and will not be replaced.


Four community groups receive £250 from newly opened Jack's in Chatteris now they could win £500

05 October 2018
Four community groups receive £250 from newly opened Jack's in Chatteris now they could win £500

Four community groups receive £250 from newly opened Jack's in Chatteris now they could win £500

05 October 2018

The newly opened Jack's store in Chatteris is keen to support local community groups with two programmes.


Chance to have your say on Fenland's polling stations

04 October 2018
Chance to have your say on Fenland's polling stations

Chance to have your say on Fenland's polling stations

04 October 2018

Fenland residents are being asked to have their say on where they are able to cast their vote.


Food store opens in Wisbech town centre with creation of 15 new jobs

04 October 2018
Food store opens in Wisbech town centre with creation of 15 new jobs

Food store opens in Wisbech town centre with creation of 15 new jobs

04 October 2018

Heron Foods has opened in Wisbech's Horsefair Shopping Centre with the creation of 15 new jobs.


Work on Wisbech Castle is nearing completion as cafe opens and a scary night is planned for Halloween

04 October 2018
Work on Wisbech Castle is nearing completion as cafe opens and a scary night is planned for Halloween

Work on Wisbech Castle is nearing completion as cafe opens and a scary night is planned for Halloween

04 October 2018

Work to breathe new life into Wisbech Castle is nearly finished and it is hoped that from next year it could be breaking financially even.


Intrepid pair from Chatteris are on the final leg of their mammoth drive from the Fens to Tokyo, Japan in aid of Children in Need

03 October 2018
Intrepid pair from Chatteris are on the final leg of their mammoth drive from the Fens to Tokyo, Japan in aid of Children in Need

Intrepid pair from Chatteris are on the final leg of their mammoth drive from the Fens to Tokyo, Japan in aid of Children in Need

03 October 2018

Two intrepid men on a mission to drive from Chatteris to Tokyo are almost at their final destination.


Murrow Primary Academy Primary stars score with new Premier League Primary Stars equipment

03 October 2018
Murrow Primary Academy Primary stars score with new Premier League Primary Stars equipment

Murrow Primary Academy Primary stars score with new Premier League Primary Stars equipment

03 October 2018

Pupils attending Murrow Primary Academy have been buoyed at the start of the new term, thanks to a free Premier League Primary Stars equipment pack.


Council agrees action to bring derelict buildings in Wisbech High Street back into use

01 October 2018
Council agrees action to bring derelict buildings in Wisbech High Street back into use

Council agrees action to bring derelict buildings in Wisbech High Street back into use

01 October 2018

A blot on Wisbech High Street is set to get for regeneration as Fenland Council agrees to action to buy it.


Anniversaries of important milestones were marked as part of the annual Tydd St Giles parish church flower festival

01 October 2018
Anniversaries of important milestones were marked as part of the annual Tydd St Giles parish church flower festival

Anniversaries of important milestones were marked as part of the annual Tydd St Giles parish church flower festival

01 October 2018

Tydd St Giles parish church was filled with colourful displays for the annual flower festival at the weekend.


New Chief Constable for Cambridgeshire Nick Dean starts role

01 October 2018
New Chief Constable for Cambridgeshire Nick Dean starts role

New Chief Constable for Cambridgeshire Nick Dean starts role

01 October 2018

Cambridgeshire Constabulary's new Chief Constable has officially taken up his post.


Fen-tastic first art exhibition for Doddington boy Nathenael Wilson, eight

28 September 2018
Fen-tastic first art exhibition for Doddington boy Nathenael Wilson, eight

Fen-tastic first art exhibition for Doddington boy Nathenael Wilson, eight

28 September 2018

Doddington-based Nathanael Wilson has just turned eight years old, but he has always had a passion for drawing and painting.


Cor blimey what a 'biggun' Chatteris allotment holder hopes his pumpkin is the region's biggest

28 September 2018
Cor blimey what a 'biggun' Chatteris allotment holder hopes his pumpkin is the region's biggest

Cor blimey what a 'biggun' Chatteris allotment holder hopes his pumpkin is the region's biggest

28 September 2018

Last year John Richardson’s pumpkin was the second largest grown in East Anglia and raised hundreds of pounds for Children In Need.


Lib Dem Councillors launch speed watch group to tackle speeding in Wisbech St Mary, Guyhirn, Murrow, Parson Drove and Thorney Toll

28 September 2018
Lib Dem Councillors launch speed watch group to tackle speeding in Wisbech St Mary, Guyhirn, Murrow, Parson Drove and Thorney Toll

Lib Dem Councillors launch speed watch group to tackle speeding in Wisbech St Mary, Guyhirn, Murrow, Parson Drove and Thorney Toll

28 September 2018

Two village councillors are tackling the issue of speeding by setting up a Community Speed Watch group.


Former March GP David Donovan and his wife Shirley will be talking of their hostage ordeal and their faith at the town's St Wendreda's Church

28 September 2018
Former March GP David Donovan and his wife Shirley will be talking of their hostage ordeal and their faith at the town's St Wendreda's Church

Former March GP David Donovan and his wife Shirley will be talking of their hostage ordeal and their faith at the town's St Wendreda's Church

28 September 2018

A former March GP and his wife is to give a talk in the town exactly a year after they were captured while doing medical missionary work in Nigeria.


Brothers from Wisbech St Mary scoop awards from eye cancer charity

27 September 2018
Brothers from Wisbech St Mary scoop awards from eye cancer charity

Brothers from Wisbech St Mary scoop awards from eye cancer charity

27 September 2018

Three brothers have been recognised for the courage and bravery they showed while one of them battled an extremely rare form of cancer.


Two Fenland councillors face allegations of breaching code of conduct by Cambridgeshire Bus, Coach and Taxi Association

27 September 2018
Two Fenland councillors face allegations of breaching code of conduct by Cambridgeshire Bus, Coach and Taxi Association

Two Fenland councillors face allegations of breaching code of conduct by Cambridgeshire Bus, Coach and Taxi Association

27 September 2018

Two Fenland councillors could face a conduct hearing after an official complaint by the Cambridgeshire Bus, Coach and Taxi Association.


Plans will see listed property on Wisbech's historic North Brink given a new lease of life

27 September 2018
Plans will see listed property on Wisbech's historic North Brink given a new lease of life

Plans will see listed property on Wisbech's historic North Brink given a new lease of life

27 September 2018

An 'unloved' property on Wisbech's historic North Brink is to get a make-over that will 'enhance and maintain' its history for future generations.


Bethany is chosen as Wisbech Lions Club's poster competition winner 2018

26 September 2018
Bethany is chosen as Wisbech Lions Club's poster competition winner 2018

Bethany is chosen as Wisbech Lions Club's poster competition winner 2018

26 September 2018

Wisbech Lions Club has announced Bethany Hancock as the local overall winner of the Peace Poster Competition.


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