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Working party tour inspires hope for Wisbech Castle’s future as a top asset for the town

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Members of Wisbech's Macmillan fundraising group raised more than �33,000 for the charity during 2017

Wisbech charity branch hails £33k of Macmillan help

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Homes are being sought for these two dogs, Peggy Sue and Pammie

Wisbech charity issues urgent appeal to find homes for dogs

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Lyn Hesse, chair of the Roads Victims Trust trustees, receives the donation

Fenland firms team up for crash victims

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Wisbech charity branch raises hundreds for good causes

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Wisbech mayor goes through pain barrier at store waxing

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£8 million Wisbech hospital redevelopment plan announced

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Will pub just outside Grantham Lord it over the others?

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Police at the scene in Creek Rd March where 3 people have been arrested

UPDATE: Fourth arrest made over death of man in March

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Pupils from West Walton Primary School at the launch of Anglian Water's H2O ' Let's Go campaign

West Walton school pupils launch Anglian Water consultation

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Man dies in crash on A141 at Ring’s End

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James Palmer

A47 upgrade ‘will help whole region’, says mayor

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A new campaign to fully dual the A47 is being launched in King's Lynn today

New A47 dual carriageway campaign launched in King’s Lynn

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Stagecoach East managing director Andy Campbell.  Photo by Richard Marsham (RMG Photography).

Stagecoach unveils new bus operation for South Holland

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BUS SERVICE: A deal appears to have been struck securing the future of the 505 Spalding to King's Lynn bus service.  Photo supplied.

Future of major Fenland bus service still uncertain as deal revealed to save other routes

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UPDATE: Fourth arrest made over death of man in March

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Sutton St Edmund man jailed for not repaying profits of Wisbech market crimes

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Cambridgeshire's Deputy Chief Constable Alan Baldwin.

Cambridgeshire’s Deputy Chief Constable vows police force will get better after inspection finds it ‘requires improvement’

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Rimell Taylor from Guyhirn, who led police on a 12 minute pursuit going speeds of up to 139mph, has been jailed for 21 months.

Jail for car chase driver from Guyhirn who led police on 12 minute pursuit driving at up to 139mph along A47

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West Walton school pupils launch Anglian Water consultation

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The winners of a Wisbech-wide creative writing competition got the chance to meet popular author Dan Freedman at Thomas Clarkson Academy - pictured are the Thomas Clarksonl winners with Dan.

Top story writers in the Wisbech Reads competition get to meet author Dan Freedman

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if there's 2 they are the poles

Grantham students enjoy Swedish work adventure

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New class rooms at Ramnoth School Wisbech

Nene and Ramnoth Primary School in Wisbech is aiming to become a training hub for area’s teachers

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The Meadowgate Squad recently gave a presentation to Wisbech Town Council.

Meadowgate Academy in Wisbech have a Squad with a mission to help the community

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Will pub just outside Grantham Lord it over the others?

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Pupils from West Walton Primary School at the launch of Anglian Water's H2O ' Let's Go campaign

West Walton school pupils launch Anglian Water consultation

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PLANNING POSER: Tydd St Mary Parish Council chairman Coun John Ley has questioned the use of South Holland District Council's planning committee Chairman's Panel in considering applications.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG140517-150TW.

Panel poser on house plan in Tydd St Mary

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Priden Engineering in Wisbech has been bought out by Elaghmore Partners in a multi-million pound deal.

Buy out will help firm grow

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Wisbech mayor goes through pain barrier at store waxing

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A Veteran's Badge being proudly worn on a lapel.''Veteran's Badges are issued to all former Service personnel whn they leave the Armed Forces. First issued in 2004, the badge is an enamelled, engraved, and pinned, lapel badge featuring the words �SHM Armed Forces �' Veteran⬝, which encompass the Tri-Service, Anchor, Crossed Swords and Eagle motif. Its symbolism is intended to unite all veterans in recognising the commonality of their service, to encourage a sense of unity and community between surviving veterans and to ignite public recognition of our veterans and their continuing contribution to society.

Fenland veterans urged to sign up for badge presentation

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Grantham Hospital

Fresh call to ‘save’ trauma service at Grantham Hospital

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Row over free school meals is ‘fake news’ says MP Steve Barclay

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March library is one of 32 of the county's libraries where plans are underway to introduce charges - but now opposition councillor Jocelynne Scutt has launched a bid to get the decision reversed.

Stop ‘two-tier’ library system plea by Cambridgeshire opposition councillor Jocelynne Scutt who opposes charges plan

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Grantham southern bypass Roman and Iron Age findings

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SKDC leader  Matthew Lee and council contractors at Wyndham Park, Grantham, on Thursday.

Work underway of £1M Grantham park restoration

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Baby black-tailed godwits were headstarted by staff at WWT in Welney as part of a Project Godwit aimed at helping the endangered species now they have been spotted in Portugal.

Godwits hand-reared at Welney Wetlands Centre have been spotted safe and well in Portugal

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Storm damage'A47 between Wisbech and Guyhirn

Storm Georgina blows in with winds up to 70 mph bringing chaos across Fenland including felling trees and cutting power

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£8 million Wisbech hospital redevelopment plan announced

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Grantham Hospital

Fresh call to ‘save’ trauma service at Grantham Hospital

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Quit smoking, lose weight and you could help the NHS in West Norfolk save vital cash says Upwell GP Dr Paul Williams

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Baltic Foods was found to have many items that were well past their sell by and best before dates.

Former director of Wisbech’s Baltic Foods sentenced for food safety offences - some items were out of date and mouldy

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Paul Carroll, practice manager at Riverside surgery, believes the merger will better serve patients.

Proposed merger of two March GP surgeries is ‘for the best’ but not everyone agrees with some angry comments on social media

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