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Free networking event to help keep Wisbech businesses buoyant

Free networking event to help keep Wisbech businesses buoyant

Free networking event to help keep Wisbech businesses buoyant

18 November 2016

Businesses in Wisbech are being urged to take part in a networking event.


Wind farm offers annual £465,000 community cash pot for South Holland villages

Wind farm offers annual £465,000 community cash pot for South Holland villages

Wind farm offers annual £465,000 community cash pot for South Holland villages

07 October 2016

Villages in South Holland and south of Boston could share in an annual £465,000 community fund created by the company behind a new wind farm.


Burger King launches home delivery service in Wisbech

Burger King launches home delivery service in Wisbech

Burger King launches home delivery service in Wisbech

04 October 2016

Wisbech is the latest town where Burger King is trialling free home deliveries.


New general manager heads up Hickathrift House team in Marshland St James

New general manager heads up Hickathrift House team in Marshland St James

New general manager heads up Hickathrift House team in Marshland St James

05 September 2016

Staff at Barchester Healthcare’s Hickathrift House care home in Marshland St James have welcomed a new general manager to head up the team.


South Holland towns and villages face big expansion

South Holland towns and villages face big expansion

South Holland towns and villages face big expansion

30 August 2016

More than 300 new homes could be built in towns and villages across South Holland to meet growing demand from prospective house buyers.


Concern in Long Sutton over future developments plan

Concern in Long Sutton over future developments plan

Concern in Long Sutton over future developments plan

04 August 2016

Long Sutton Parish Council is to take up the concerns of a former member over a site considered suitable for new housing in the town.


Fish business gets the seal of approval

Fish business gets the seal of approval

Fish business gets the seal of approval

04 August 2016

A new South Holland fish processing business is up and running following a seal of approval from South Holland District Council’s food safety team.


Redundancies made at troubled engineering company in Wisbech

Redundancies made at troubled engineering company in Wisbech

Redundancies made at troubled engineering company in Wisbech

01 August 2016

Jobs are to be axed at a Wisbech engineering company after it went into administration.


Whittlesey shop owner puts up sign to help Pokemon Go players get their “lives back”

Whittlesey shop owner puts up sign to help Pokemon Go players get their “lives back”

Whittlesey shop owner puts up sign to help Pokemon Go players get their “lives back”

21 July 2016

A Whittlesey shop owner has put a sign up in his window to deter players of Pokemon Go - and help them get their “lives back”.


Wisbech firm celebrates after scooping funding

Wisbech firm celebrates after scooping funding

Wisbech firm celebrates after scooping funding

23 June 2016

A Wisbech family business is celebrating after being awarded £50,000 to bring a new product to the UK agriculture market.


Brides’ tears as plans shattered

Brides’ tears as plans shattered

Brides’ tears as plans shattered

17 June 2016

Hundreds of brides have been left with their wedding dreams in tatters after an events company in Whittlesey went into liquidation.


Author to visit the home that inspired a book

Author to visit the home that inspired a book

Author to visit the home that inspired a book

11 June 2016

A Leverington author has published a collection of stories drawn from her childhood memories growing up in the small Fenland village in a house her father built.


Proposal to opt-in for garden waste collection

Proposal to opt-in for garden waste collection

10 June 2016

Fenland residents will have to opt in to have their garden waste collected from next April if a proposal by Fenland District Council to cut costs is approved.


Kellogg’s recalls biscuits from shops over health risk fears

Kellogg’s recalls biscuits from shops over health risk fears

Kellogg’s recalls biscuits from shops over health risk fears

26 May 2016

Kellogg’s Special K Biscuit Moments Cioccolato packs sold in a popular frozen foods shop have been recalled following concerns over ingredients,


How much will your Cambridgeshire house be worth in 2030?

How much will your Cambridgeshire house be worth in 2030?

How much will your Cambridgeshire house be worth in 2030?

17 May 2016

New research into the future of the UK property market has mapped out what the average house price will be in Cambridgeshire by 2030.


Budgens to take over Wisbech supermarket as Co-op sells off stores

Budgens to take over Wisbech supermarket as Co-op sells off stores

Budgens to take over Wisbech supermarket as Co-op sells off stores

04 May 2016

The Co-op is selling off 36 former Somerfield stores, including its site in Wisbech, just 8 years after its £1.6billion takeover of the supermarket chain.


Staff at potato packaging site face uncertain future as firm plans to move

Staff at potato packaging site face uncertain future as firm plans to move

Staff at potato packaging site face uncertain future as firm plans to move

19 April 2016

A leading grower of vegetables has begun talks with 140 staff about plans to move its potato packaging site in March.


Three local firms make league table of Britain’s fastest-growing profit stars

Three local firms make league table of Britain’s fastest-growing profit stars

Three local firms make league table of Britain’s fastest-growing profit stars

07 April 2016

Three Cambridgeshire companies have been named in the list of British firms with the fastest-growing profits.


Department chain seeks help from landlords to safeguard its future

Department chain seeks help from landlords to safeguard its future

Department chain seeks help from landlords to safeguard its future

07 March 2016

Struggling department store Beales has issued an urgent plea to landlords to help it survive or see stores and jobs go.


Heacham man questions blue badge fee at Lynn hospital

Heacham man questions blue badge fee at Lynn hospital

Heacham man questions blue badge fee at Lynn hospital

19 February 2016

A Heacham man says he is contemplating starting a petition over the proposed car parking fees at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


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