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Online talk series puts spotlight on challenges when growing a successful business

Online talk series puts spotlight on challenges when growing a successful business

Online talk series puts spotlight on challenges when growing a successful business

14 January 2022

A new online talk series is set to reinforce the high growth entrepreneurial ecosystem in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough – launching on Tuesday (18).


Jack’s supermarket in Chatteris to surprise shoppers this 'Blue Monday'

Jack’s supermarket in Chatteris to surprise shoppers this 'Blue Monday'

Jack’s supermarket in Chatteris to surprise shoppers this 'Blue Monday'

14 January 2022

Jack’s Supermarket, on Fenland Way, is set to surprise shoppers this Blue Monday (17) by dishing out spot prizes to customers to help lift the blues.


Special feature: Seventy years on and March boating company continues to float on

Special feature: Seventy years on and March boating company continues to float on

Special feature: Seventy years on and March boating company continues to float on

13 January 2022

From a wooden dinghy in a garden shed 70 years ago, Charlie Fox's legacy continues with a vibrant boating company looking forward to the future.


Supermarkets recall food over salmonella fears

Supermarkets recall food over salmonella fears

Supermarkets recall food over salmonella fears

13 January 2022

Aldi, Asda and Morrisons are among supermarkets recalling a number of items over fears they may contain salmonella - read the full list.


Morrisons ditches 'use by' dates on milk

Morrisons ditches 'use by' dates on milk

Morrisons ditches 'use by' dates on milk

10 January 2022

Morrisons will stop printing 'use by' dates on milk in favour of 'best before' and encourages shoppers to do the sniff test.


Aldi donates 12,400 meals to charities in Cambridgeshire over Christmas

Aldi donates 12,400 meals to charities in Cambridgeshire over Christmas

Aldi donates 12,400 meals to charities in Cambridgeshire over Christmas

09 January 2022

Aldi has supported local charities, community groups and food banks in Cambridgeshire by donating 12,400 meals to people in need this Christmas.


'Press your MP to oppose new burner bid', leading campaigner says

'Press your MP to oppose new burner bid', leading campaigner says

'Press your MP to oppose new burner bid', leading campaigner says

09 January 2022

A key figure in the fight against the King's Lynn incinerator bid believes the area's MPs will join the fight if enough voters tell them to do so.


Supermarket says more than 1 in 10 staff are self-isolating

Supermarket says more than 1 in 10 staff are self-isolating

Supermarket says more than 1 in 10 staff are self-isolating

08 January 2022

A supermarket chain says more than one in ten of its workers are currently self-isolating due to covid-19.


HMRC gives Self Assessment taxpayers more time

HMRC gives Self Assessment taxpayers more time

HMRC gives Self Assessment taxpayers more time

07 January 2022

Self Assessment taxpayers are being given more time to file their return, with HMRC waiving deadlines and late payment charges because of Covid19.


Pubs to stay open longer under plans for Queen's Jubilee

Pubs to stay open longer under plans for Queen's Jubilee

Pubs to stay open longer under plans for Queen's Jubilee

04 January 2022

Pubs, bars and clubs could be allowed to stay open longer to celebrate The Queen's Platinum Jubilee under new Home Office plans.


2022 celebrated on new coins

2022 celebrated on new coins

2022 celebrated on new coins

03 January 2022

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee and the Commonwealth Games will feature on new coins from The Royal Mint that will soon be available to buy.


Spud expert starts new advisory service for potato storage sector

Spud expert starts new advisory service for potato storage sector

Spud expert starts new advisory service for potato storage sector

22 December 2021

After the world-renowned Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research facility closed, its former head of site has moved to a new role.


Market traders will have to pay towards road closure as council refuses to back down

Market traders will have to pay towards road closure as council refuses to back down

Market traders will have to pay towards road closure as council refuses to back down

18 December 2021

Market traders will have to pay towards their weekly road closure after councillors refused to back down on new fees.


What can I do if my parcel is late, damaged or missing?

What can I do if my parcel is late, damaged or missing?

What can I do if my parcel is late, damaged or missing?

17 December 2021

Here's what you should do if a Christmas parcel you're waiting for is delayed, damaged or just doesn't ever arrive.


Asda Wisbech invites customers to vote for local community groups to receive £500

Asda Wisbech invites customers to vote for local community groups to receive £500

Asda Wisbech invites customers to vote for local community groups to receive £500

15 December 2021

Three community groups are celebrating after being short-listed for Asda Foundation’s digital Green Token vote for a chance to receive up to £500.


Christmas shopping discounts for Blue Light workers

Christmas shopping discounts for Blue Light workers

Christmas shopping discounts for Blue Light workers

10 December 2021

Two of the UK's biggest supermarkets are offering festive discounts to emergency workers to say thank you for their work in keeping communities safe.


Angels will help a March funeral home remember loved ones this Christmas time

Angels will help a March funeral home remember loved ones this Christmas time

Angels will help a March funeral home remember loved ones this Christmas time

09 December 2021

A March funeral home is commemorating those lost during the past year.


Fenland accountancy firm changes mind on building

Fenland accountancy firm changes mind on building

Fenland accountancy firm changes mind on building

03 December 2021

An accountants firm seeking to create a hub employing up to 45 people has submitted new plans for the building.


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.


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