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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.


More people are in work in Fenland say new figures - but more are also claiming benefits

More people are in work in Fenland say new figures - but more are also claiming benefits

More people are in work in Fenland say new figures - but more are also claiming benefits

20 July 2018

The employment rate in Fenland has increased over the past year, as the Government hails record highs across the UK.


Tesco has announced it is finally opening a store in Chatteris - three years after it abandoned its purpose built premises in the town

Tesco has announced it is finally opening a store in Chatteris - three years after it abandoned its purpose built premises in the town

Tesco has announced it is finally opening a store in Chatteris - three years after it abandoned its purpose built premises in the town

19 July 2018

Chatteris is finally getting a Tesco store as the supermarket giant starts a staff recruitment drive in the town.


Wisbech firm Anglia Components gives £4,000 each to two charities

Wisbech firm Anglia Components gives £4,000 each to two charities

Wisbech firm Anglia Components gives £4,000 each to two charities

21 May 2018

Anglia Components has streamlined its charitable activities to give focus on two chosen local charities each year.


Drinks are back on at new-look Granary in Long Sutton

Drinks are back on at new-look Granary in Long Sutton

Drinks are back on at new-look Granary in Long Sutton

01 December 2017

The doors will open again on a new-look Long Sutton pub and a friendly landlady this weekend.


Conversion plan for historic town house

Conversion plan for historic town house

Conversion plan for historic town house

02 November 2017

Plans to renovate a former 18th-century school in Long Sutton have moved a step forward after parish councillors decided not to raise any objections.


Fenland holds the key to the economic success of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough says Mayor James Palmer

Fenland holds the key to the economic success of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough says Mayor James Palmer

Fenland holds the key to the economic success of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough says Mayor James Palmer

16 October 2017

Fenland’s rural transport challenges and future infrastructure needs were brought into focus at the district’s first ever Transport Conference.


Wimblington firm Fengrain is ‘box ticking’ towards fulfilling anaerobic digester plans in Hook Lane

Wimblington firm Fengrain is ‘box ticking’ towards fulfilling anaerobic digester plans in Hook Lane

Wimblington firm Fengrain is ‘box ticking’ towards fulfilling anaerobic digester plans in Hook Lane

31 August 2017

Wimblington firm Fengrain Ltd are slowly working their way towards fulfilling their controverisal plans to build an anaerobic digester off Hook Lane.


Month-long closure at McDonald’s

Month-long closure at McDonald’s

Month-long closure at McDonald’s

11 August 2017

McDonald’s in Wisbech closed this week for a major make-over which will see the store in Cromwell Road gain self-order touch screens and a table service area. The fast food outlet closed its doors last Tuesday evening (8) and workmen moved in the next day to start the “major digital make-over” which has been paid for by local franchisee Matthew Jarrett.


Homes could replace a March cycle shop if plans for four homes on The Avenue get the go-ahead

Homes could replace a March cycle shop if plans for four homes on The Avenue get the go-ahead

Homes could replace a March cycle shop if plans for four homes on The Avenue get the go-ahead

09 August 2017

A long established March business could go if outline planning permission is granted to demolish the premises to make way for four homes.


Fear over town centre ‘shift’ with Long Sutton retail plan

Fear over town centre ‘shift’ with Long Sutton retail plan

Fear over town centre ‘shift’ with Long Sutton retail plan

03 August 2017

Plans to turn the former Long Sutton Indoor Bowls Club into a retail warehouse could effectively see the town centre “shift”, according to a town businessman.


Update plans go in for Tithe Barn scheme at Chatteris with more affordable homes included

Update plans go in for Tithe Barn scheme at Chatteris with more affordable homes included

Update plans go in for Tithe Barn scheme at Chatteris with more affordable homes included

26 July 2017

Additional affordable housing is to be included in an updated application for a development of up to 1,000 homes, a primary school, local centre and business units on land south east of London Road in Chatteris.


Plan of action at derelict Long Sutton building

Plan of action at derelict Long Sutton building

Plan of action at derelict Long Sutton building

05 July 2017

Measures to protect Long Sutton’s derelict Bull Hotel site from vandalism and trespassing have been backed by parish councillors.


SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Long Sutton Antique Centre - a store full of the unexpected

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Long Sutton Antique Centre - a store full of the unexpected

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Long Sutton Antique Centre - a store full of the unexpected

20 May 2017

For more than 40 years the name Whitwell has meant all things antique and collectable in Long Sutton.


Fundraising effort to clean up Bull Hotel site

Fundraising effort to clean up Bull Hotel site

Fundraising effort to clean up Bull Hotel site

06 May 2017

A £5,000 fundraising effort has started in Long Sutton to tidy up The Bull Hotel site.


SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Animal feed is food of life for Martin

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Animal feed is food of life for Martin

SUPPORT OUR SHOPS: Animal feed is food of life for Martin

27 April 2017

Martins Animal Feeds of Long Sutton


Pints flow again at new-look pub after renovation

Pints flow again at new-look pub after renovation

Pints flow again at new-look pub after renovation

17 April 2017

Drinks are served again at a 17th century Long Sutton pub after an eight-month project to renovate it.


Long Sutton shop to shut over soaring business rates

Long Sutton shop to shut over soaring business rates

Long Sutton shop to shut over soaring business rates

24 February 2017

A Long Sutton equine shop is the first victim of the town’s soaring business rates after its owner confirmed it is to close.


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