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Emneth bistro bar licensing application is rejected over noise concerns

Emneth bistro bar licensing application is rejected over noise concerns

Emneth bistro bar licensing application is rejected over noise concerns

06 February 2019

A parish councillor’s hopes to turn a former butcher’s shop into a bistro bar has suffered a set back from King’s Lynn borough council.


Fenland branch of Santander is among 140 set to close this Spring

Fenland branch of Santander is among 140 set to close this Spring

Fenland branch of Santander is among 140 set to close this Spring

23 January 2019

Wisbech branch of Santander is among 140 nationwide set to close later this spring.


Anti-social behaviour by few causes inconvenience for many as Wisbech Horsefair shuts its loos

Anti-social behaviour by few causes inconvenience for many as Wisbech Horsefair shuts its loos

Anti-social behaviour by few causes inconvenience for many as Wisbech Horsefair shuts its loos

16 January 2019

Drug use and other anti-social behaviour has forced the Horsefair Centre in Wisbech to close its public toilets - five months after they re-opened.


Bygones Café in Wisbech is opening its doors to the homeless with special evening run by 50 Backpacks charity volunteers

Bygones Café in Wisbech is opening its doors to the homeless with special evening run by 50 Backpacks charity volunteers

Bygones Café in Wisbech is opening its doors to the homeless with special evening run by 50 Backpacks charity volunteers

16 January 2019

Café owners Andy Maul and his partner Vikki Moore are opening their doors to the homeless as part of the 50 Backpacks charity initiative.


Chatteris apprentice Daniel Lynch wins national award

Chatteris apprentice Daniel Lynch wins national award

Chatteris apprentice Daniel Lynch wins national award

10 December 2018

Chatteris-based Stainless Metalcraft is celebrating after one of its apprentices was named Apprentice of the Year at the SME National Business Awards.


Worzals in Wisbech is set to invest £3m in a new expansion project that will include the area's largest indoor play barn

Worzals in Wisbech is set to invest £3m in a new expansion project that will include the area's largest indoor play barn

Worzals in Wisbech is set to invest £3m in a new expansion project that will include the area's largest indoor play barn

03 December 2018

Worzals in Wisbech has unveiled exciting plans for a £3 million expansion project at its site off the A47.


Wisbech councillor and businessman asks fellow traders 'would you pay for tow centre security guard'?

Wisbech councillor and businessman asks fellow traders 'would you pay for tow centre security guard'?

Wisbech councillor and businessman asks fellow traders 'would you pay for tow centre security guard'?

23 November 2018

A Wisbech businessman and local councillor has come up with the idea of a ‘not for profit’ company to employ a security guard for the town centre.


Wisbech business is fed up with their car park being used as a toilet

Wisbech business is fed up with their car park being used as a toilet

Wisbech business is fed up with their car park being used as a toilet

16 November 2018

A business owner is to meet with police to discuss what action can be taken to deal with people urinating and defecating in her shop’s car park.


Award-winning Chatteris Bangers are just the job for local boxing hero Jordan Gill

Award-winning Chatteris Bangers are just the job for local boxing hero Jordan Gill

Award-winning Chatteris Bangers are just the job for local boxing hero Jordan Gill

02 November 2018

Chatteris champion boxer Jordan Gill has given his seal of approval to a local butchers after popping in for some award winning sausages.


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

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.


Beauty treats mean a boom in salon openings in Fenland according to figures

Beauty treats mean a boom in salon openings in Fenland according to figures

Beauty treats mean a boom in salon openings in Fenland according to figures

26 September 2018

Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars in Fenland has risen from 35 to 60 – that’s an increase of 71 per cent.


Fenland Council to host free food safety event

Fenland Council to host free food safety event

Fenland Council to host free food safety event

21 September 2018

Firms urged to book places now


Queuing from 3am to get into Jack's at Chatteris

Queuing from 3am to get into Jack's at Chatteris

Queuing from 3am to get into Jack's at Chatteris

20 September 2018

Tesco's new discount store a hit

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Supermarket giant unveils new discount brand at Chatteris site

Supermarket giant unveils new discount brand at Chatteris site

Supermarket giant unveils new discount brand at Chatteris site

19 September 2018

Fenland town hosts launch of new brand designed to take on discount rivals


Chatteris is set to be focus of retail world next week when Tesco comes to town to unveil its new-format store

Chatteris is set to be focus of retail world next week when Tesco comes to town to unveil its new-format store

Chatteris is set to be focus of retail world next week when Tesco comes to town to unveil its new-format store

13 September 2018

Chattteris is set to be the centre of the food retailing world when Tesco unveils its new-format store, said to be Jack's - in the town next week.


Pensioner's anger at government refusal to intervene to save Chatteris Lloyds bank from closing

Pensioner's anger at government refusal to intervene to save Chatteris Lloyds bank from closing

Pensioner's anger at government refusal to intervene to save Chatteris Lloyds bank from closing

05 September 2018

A Chatteris pensioner who staged a one-woman protest to stop a bank closing has been told "it would be inappropriate for the government to intervene".


Fenrock climbing centre in Outwell is searching for a new home after plans were approved to build houses on its current site

Fenrock climbing centre in Outwell is searching for a new home after plans were approved to build houses on its current site

Fenrock climbing centre in Outwell is searching for a new home after plans were approved to build houses on its current site

05 September 2018

A West Norfolk climbing centre is searching for a new location, after planning permission was granted to a scheme looking to use the land it occupies.


Third of Fenland's pubs have called last orders in past eight years

Third of Fenland's pubs have called last orders in past eight years

Third of Fenland's pubs have called last orders in past eight years

07 August 2018

Fenland has lost nearly a third of its pubs since 2010, according to official figures with around 25 pubs and bars having closed their doors for good.


Anglian Water showers cash on its shareholders claims union -but firm says 'we're a responsible business'

Anglian Water showers cash on its shareholders claims union -but firm says 'we're a responsible business'

Anglian Water showers cash on its shareholders claims union -but firm says 'we're a responsible business'

01 August 2018

Dividends and interest worth £34 million were accrued by Anglian Water shareholders in 2017 alone, according to GMB Union figures.


Anaerobic digester on seven hectares site on the outskirts of March given go-ahead despite one councillor's fears for cyclists' safety

Anaerobic digester on seven hectares site on the outskirts of March given go-ahead despite one councillor's fears for cyclists' safety

Anaerobic digester on seven hectares site on the outskirts of March given go-ahead despite one councillor's fears for cyclists' safety

20 July 2018

Councillors have given the go ahead for a major anaerobic digester plant on the outskirts of March despite a member's concern over safety of cyclists.


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