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Covid-19 fears inspires March mum on weight loss journey

Covid-19 fears inspires March mum on weight loss journey

Covid-19 fears inspires March mum on weight loss journey

15 March 2021

A March mum who was forced to shield during the first lockdown for fear of catching the virus is now an inspiration to others.


Fenland's licensing committee discusses calls for four week adjournment on licence review of Angel Inn

Fenland's licensing committee discusses calls for four week adjournment on licence review of Angel Inn

Fenland's licensing committee discusses calls for four week adjournment on licence review of Angel Inn

15 March 2021

A licensing committee hearing to determine allegations of covid-19 breaches at a pub has been temporarily adjourned.


‘Roadmap out of lockdown depends on us’ warns Fenland Council leader as restrictions begin to ease

‘Roadmap out of lockdown depends on us’ warns Fenland Council leader as restrictions begin to ease

‘Roadmap out of lockdown depends on us’ warns Fenland Council leader as restrictions begin to ease

10 March 2021

The leader of Fenland Council has urged people to continue to listen to Government guidance as lockdown eases to help get back to a more normal life.


New pop-up rapid testing sites to help reduce Covid cases in Fenland

New pop-up rapid testing sites to help reduce Covid cases in Fenland

New pop-up rapid testing sites to help reduce Covid cases in Fenland

09 March 2021

Three pop-up Covid-19 testing sites for people without symptoms are being launched in Fenland to provide access to rapid tests.


Rapid home testing kits now available for those living with school children in Cambridgeshire

Rapid home testing kits now available for those living with school children in Cambridgeshire

Rapid home testing kits now available for those living with school children in Cambridgeshire

05 March 2021

Asymptomatic adults living with children in school, including childcare or support bubbles can now test themselves twice a week using home kits.


Wisbech Rose Fair is off for a second year thanks to Covid-19

Wisbech Rose Fair is off for a second year thanks to Covid-19

Wisbech Rose Fair is off for a second year thanks to Covid-19

04 March 2021

An annual Fenland church flower festival which attracts visitors from all over the country has been cancelled for a second year due to the pandemic.


Lifting lockdown: Everything you need to know for next month's easing

Lifting lockdown: Everything you need to know for next month's easing

Lifting lockdown: Everything you need to know for next month's easing

22 February 2021

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out his roadmap to lifting lockdown restrictions in England.


Schools and sports to return under lockdown roadmap

Schools and sports to return under lockdown roadmap

Schools and sports to return under lockdown roadmap

22 February 2021

Schools, socialising and some sports are set to return next month under the Government’s plan to relax coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England.


Fenland footballer who had kidney transplant backs drug trial that could reduce risk of Covid-1

Fenland footballer who had kidney transplant backs drug trial that could reduce risk of Covid-1

Fenland footballer who had kidney transplant backs drug trial that could reduce risk of Covid-1

22 February 2021

A Wisbech transplant recipient is backing a new clinical trial into a treatment that could reduce the risk of Covid-19 in people with kidney problems.


Fenland cinema received £300K government lifeline

Fenland cinema received £300K government lifeline

Fenland cinema received £300K government lifeline

21 February 2021

An independently run Fenland cinema has been given a life-saving grant of nearly £300,000 to help it survive lockdown.


Arrests for ASB, traffic offences and Covid breaches

Arrests for ASB, traffic offences and Covid breaches

Arrests for ASB, traffic offences and Covid breaches

20 February 2021

Neighbourhood officers were busy yesterday (Sunday), patrolling on foot, bicycle and vehicle.


Wisbech mayor's pub facing review of its premises licence over alleged breaches of Covid-19 rules

Wisbech mayor's pub facing review of its premises licence over alleged breaches of Covid-19 rules

Wisbech mayor's pub facing review of its premises licence over alleged breaches of Covid-19 rules

18 February 2021

A Wisbech pub is facing scrutiny of its premises licence following alleged breaches of Covid-19 rules on on Christmas Eve.


Rapid testing sites now open across Cambridgeshire including in Wisbech

Rapid testing sites now open across Cambridgeshire including in Wisbech

Rapid testing sites now open across Cambridgeshire including in Wisbech

16 February 2021

Almost 3,000 rapid tests were carried out by people who are leaving home regularly for work last week at one of six new testing centres.


Fenland college is offering casual employment to recruits to help with Covid-19 testing

Fenland college is offering casual employment to recruits to help with Covid-19 testing

Fenland college is offering casual employment to recruits to help with Covid-19 testing

12 February 2021

The College of West Anglia (CWA) are looking for paid casual employees to help carry out lateral flow testing to help beat the virus.


Covid-19 figures trending downwards all over Cambridgeshire

Covid-19 figures trending downwards all over Cambridgeshire

Covid-19 figures trending downwards all over Cambridgeshire

12 February 2021

The number of Covid-19 cases is falling across Cambridgeshire; but we’re not through it yet - that's the message from the county's top health adviser.


Large scale vaccination centre opens in Wisbech

Large scale vaccination centre opens in Wisbech

Large scale vaccination centre opens in Wisbech

05 February 2021

Hundreds of people turned out on Friday when doors to a large scale vaccination hub opened in Wisbech town centre.


Fenland Covid rates coming down - but still high in Wisbech

Fenland Covid rates coming down - but still high in Wisbech

Fenland Covid rates coming down - but still high in Wisbech

04 February 2021

As Covid rates remain high in parts of Fenland particularly in Wisbech people are being urged to stick to the rules.


Breaking: NHS hero Captain Sir Tom Moore who once lived in Fenland has sadly died

Breaking: NHS hero Captain Sir Tom Moore who once lived in Fenland has sadly died

Breaking: NHS hero Captain Sir Tom Moore who once lived in Fenland has sadly died

02 February 2021

NHS fundraising hero Captain Tom Moore who used to live in Fenland where he was managing director of a concrete works has died at the age of100.


Cam Sight encourages ethnic minority blind people to take Covid vaccine

Cam Sight encourages ethnic minority blind people to take Covid vaccine

Cam Sight encourages ethnic minority blind people to take Covid vaccine

01 February 2021

Charity Cam Sight, who support people living with sight loss in the county, is urging people from minority ethnic communities to get the Covid jab.


Large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre coming to Wisbech

Large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre coming to Wisbech

Large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre coming to Wisbech

01 February 2021

A large scale Covid-19 vaccination centre is set to open on Friday in Wisbech, accelerating the delivery of life saving jab.


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