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Change of use for Alan Bartlett and Sons Chatteris site will create 200 jobs

Change of use for Alan Bartlett and Sons Chatteris site will create 200 jobs

Change of use for Alan Bartlett and Sons Chatteris site will create 200 jobs

03 December 2021

Up to 200 new full-time jobs could be created if a former vegetable packing place is given a new lease of life by planners.


'Perfect storm' hits fish and chip prices warns owner of award winning Chatteris shop

'Perfect storm' hits fish and chip prices warns owner of award winning Chatteris shop

'Perfect storm' hits fish and chip prices warns owner of award winning Chatteris shop

02 December 2021

The owners of an award winning fish and chip shop is urging customers to be more adventurous as the cost of the favourite dish spirals.


HMRC extends deadline for Post Office payments

HMRC extends deadline for Post Office payments

HMRC extends deadline for Post Office payments

30 November 2021

People who have HMRC benefits paid into a Post Office card account were to have them stopped but a last minute change has been announced.


Co-op opens new store in village

Co-op opens new store in village

Co-op opens new store in village

26 November 2021

A £566,000 investment in a new convenience store has created 12 jobs and given the area a John Lewis connection too.


Corbyn gives editor his views on town

Corbyn gives editor his views on town

Corbyn gives editor his views on town

18 November 2021

Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn impressed the Fenland Citizen editor with his local knowledge during a chance meeting in London.


Women now working for free because of rising gender pay gap

Women now working for free because of rising gender pay gap

Women now working for free because of rising gender pay gap

18 November 2021

From today women will stop earning relative to men, say campaigners, and will effectively work the rest of the year for free.


Bid to change market fees

Bid to change market fees

Bid to change market fees

14 November 2021

Two councillors are trying to change the new market fees for a town.


Tips to keep Cloud data secure

Tips to keep Cloud data secure

Tips to keep Cloud data secure

14 November 2021

In his fortnightly column, Philip Brooks, of Diamond Byte Solutions, discusses keeping your data safe in the Cloud.


Equestrian firm's raffle proceeds boost Riding for the Disabled

Equestrian firm's raffle proceeds boost Riding for the Disabled

Equestrian firm's raffle proceeds boost Riding for the Disabled

13 November 2021

Riding for the Disabled's winter hay fund got a boost thanks to an equestrian business.


Time running out for Post Office card account holders

Time running out for Post Office card account holders

Time running out for Post Office card account holders

10 November 2021

Thousands of HMRC customers, whose payments to Post Office accounts will stop at the end of November, have still not handed over new payment details.


New owners and tenants for area’s empty shops

New owners and tenants for area’s empty shops

New owners and tenants for area’s empty shops

07 November 2021

Estate agents are reporting that a number of vacant shops have either been sold or let in recent weeks.


Hayley takes over reins down by the Riverside

Hayley takes over reins down by the Riverside

Hayley takes over reins down by the Riverside

07 November 2021

A family friend who helped the previous owners out, has taken over the licence at a popular village bar and restaurant.


Introduction to inheritance tax

Introduction to inheritance tax

Introduction to inheritance tax

06 November 2021

In her fortnightly Barwell's Banter column, Nikki Barwell of Barwell Accountants, talks inheritance tax.


Apply now for Aldi's surplus Christmas food donations

Apply now for Aldi's surplus Christmas food donations

Apply now for Aldi's surplus Christmas food donations

03 November 2021

Aldi will give away surplus food this Christmas to families in need and is inviting applications from groups and charities.


Royal Mail unveils Christmas stamps with plea for people to post early

Royal Mail unveils Christmas stamps with plea for people to post early

Royal Mail unveils Christmas stamps with plea for people to post early

02 November 2021

Royal Mail, which today unveiled its Christmas stamp designs, says people should shop online and post cards early to avoid delivery disappointment.


Jurassic's Blue roars in to mark Halloween at Fenland garage

Jurassic's Blue roars in to mark Halloween at Fenland garage

Jurassic's Blue roars in to mark Halloween at Fenland garage

01 November 2021

Under new management meant a whole lot of roaring fun for staff and visitors to a Fenland village garage at the weekend.


Which laptop for Christmas?

Which laptop for Christmas?

Which laptop for Christmas?

30 October 2021

In his fortnightly column, the I.T Crowd, Philip Brooks of Diamond Byte Solutions, Wisbech, discusses buying a laptop for Christmas.


Depot thanks customers for support

Depot thanks customers for support

Depot thanks customers for support

29 October 2021

A Chatteris-based cladding and roofing supplier is celebrating a successful first year of trading at their new site.


‘Drink or The Ship will sink'

‘Drink or The Ship will sink'

‘Drink or The Ship will sink'

27 October 2021

A landlord is urging townsfolk to use his pub – or ‘it could end up as a Tesco Express’.


Key points from the Budget

Key points from the Budget

Key points from the Budget

27 October 2021

Alcohol duty has been simplified, a fuel duty rise cancelled and the minimum wage is going up following the Budget.


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