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Marshland St James man pens hypnotherapy book

Marshland St James man pens hypnotherapy book

Marshland St James man pens hypnotherapy book

15 December 2014

A Marshland St James man has penned a book which unlocks the secrets of hypnotherapy.


Enjoy the holly and ivy

Enjoy the holly and ivy

Enjoy the holly and ivy

15 December 2014

The festive plants of this week’s ramblings have roots far closer to home than that of the Mexican poinsettia of which I wrote last week.


Maderia is perfect to escape British winter

Maderia is perfect to escape British winter

Maderia is perfect to escape British winter

14 December 2014

Madeira is the most beautiful island and you can visit it at any time of the year, given the temperate nature of its climate.


New housing estate in March

New housing estate in March

New housing estate in March

14 December 2014

A housing scheme has created 31 new affordable homes in March. Anne Brighton, managing director of housing association Circle Housing Roddons, opened the development of 29 two, three and four-bed houses and two bungalows in Grounds Avenue. Twenty-two homes are for affordable rent and nine are for shared ownership. She says: “We are proud of our partnership with Fenland District Council and Lovell as we build high-quality homes and communities that are great places to live.”


Huge response to memorial service for bereaved Fenland families

Huge response to memorial service for bereaved Fenland families

Huge response to memorial service for bereaved Fenland families

14 December 2014

A first-time memorial service for bereaved Fenland families has been hailed a resounding success – with plans now in place to make it an annual event.


Sparkling nativity performed by Wisbech children

Sparkling nativity performed by Wisbech children

Sparkling nativity performed by Wisbech children

14 December 2014

A sparkling nativity play celebrating Christmas across the world has been staged by infants at Wisbech Grammar School’s preparatory school. All the pupils aged four to seven at Magdalene House Preparatory School have been involved in mounting two performances of Children of the World, attracting an audience of nearly 200.


Dying woman’s plea to find new homes for cats

Dying woman’s plea to find new homes for cats

Dying woman’s plea to find new homes for cats

14 December 2014

Citizen readers are being asked for their help to re-home the pets of a terminally-ill cancer patient.


Call to improve mobile services in rural areas

Call to improve mobile services in rural areas

Call to improve mobile services in rural areas

14 December 2014

Living in a predominantly rural area, we have all undoubtedly experienced the frustrations associated with receiving a poor mobile signal. Some of us can find it impossible to make or receive calls in some blackspot areas, let alone surf the web.


Get ready for Wisbech’s Yule Fair

Get ready for Wisbech’s Yule Fair

Get ready for Wisbech’s Yule Fair

13 December 2014

This year, in response to a public poll, Wisbech Town Council invested in a new and exciting lighting scheme for the town.


Charity supports March primary school clubs

Charity supports March primary school clubs

Charity supports March primary school clubs

13 December 2014

Youngsters at a March primary school will become keen cooks and gardeners thanks to a £1,000 donation.


Wisbech students enjoy career fair

Wisbech students enjoy career fair

Wisbech students enjoy career fair

13 December 2014

Students at Wisbech’s Thomas Clarkson Academy got a taste of the world of work at a careers convention. Representatives from colleges and universities attended, as well as businesses including Anglian Water, British Sugar, Nestle Purina, The Light cinema, holiday companies, pharmaceutical companies and the construction industry. Students from Year 8 went along for inspiration to help in choosing their options next year while years 11, 12 and 13 were able to find out about future careers. Paul Griffiths, TCA’s Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance co-ordinator said: “It was a great success and we formed some good partnerships with local businesses. “Our students got some great ideas and guidance for their futures.”


Top marks for Wisbech nursery

Top marks for Wisbech nursery

Top marks for Wisbech nursery

13 December 2014


Hero’s treatment for daring raider

Hero’s treatment for daring raider

Hero’s treatment for daring raider

13 December 2014

A Fenland Second World War hero who took part in a daring mission to remove vital German radar components has been honoured with a memorial.


Mother and daughter’s appeal for Wisbech festive soup kitchen

Mother and daughter’s appeal for Wisbech festive soup kitchen

Mother and daughter’s appeal for Wisbech festive soup kitchen

12 December 2014

A generous mother and daughter will be giving up part of their Christmas Day to run a soup kitchen for the needy in Wisbech.


Outwell nursery boosted by shop donation

Outwell nursery boosted by shop donation

Outwell nursery boosted by shop donation

12 December 2014

Youngsters at an Outwell nursery will soon be able to have fun on new outdoor equipment. Beaupre Under 5s Centre has received a cheque for £189.05 from the village’s Costcutter branch. Chairman of the centre’s committee Michaela Culvert has thanked the shop for the donation. She said: “This means a great deal as we have just revamped our garden so the money we have received will buy new equipment. We are over the moon to be able to do this.”


Is there a better site for housing?

Is there a better site for housing?

Is there a better site for housing?

12 December 2014

Living in Elm, I can appreciate the rural charm, the open green spaces and the gentler pace of life.


March Rotarians raise £2,500 for Magpas

March Rotarians raise £2,500 for Magpas

March Rotarians raise £2,500 for Magpas

12 December 2014

The Rotary Club of March has raised £2,500 for Magpas with its big meal raffle. More than 25 hotels, restaurants and takeaways supported the fundraiser, which culminated in the draw at March Christmas Market on December 7. The 31 wining raffle tickets were drawn by Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Johnny Dee. Rotarians have thanked everyone who has supported the raffle.


Which junction is most important?

Which junction is most important?

12 December 2014

I would be most grateful if someone from Government could explain why the A141/A47 Guyhirn roundabout is deemed more important than the A47 Broadend Road junction at Wisbech?


New home needed for puppies dumped on Outwell river bank

New home needed for puppies dumped on Outwell river bank

New home needed for puppies dumped on Outwell river bank

12 December 2014

Two puppies which had been abandoned on the river bank in Outwell need new homes.


Housing bid for March nightclub

Housing bid for March nightclub

Housing bid for March nightclub

11 December 2014

A former nightclub could be making way for flats if planners agree at a meeting later today.


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