Anglian Water is embarking on a huge £630million investment programme for the financial year ahead.
In her fortnightly column, Nikki Barwell, of Barwell Accountant's looks again at March's budget.
Businesses which have suffered extreme financial hardship due to the pandemic are the focus of a new grant scheme launched by Fenland Council.
Wisbech mayor Aigars Balsevics has been banned from running the Angel Inn following a licensing hearing.
Anglia Components will present cheques totalling over £5000 to two charities chosen by its employees in 2020.
The Hippodrome pub in March is to open its beer garden from Monday April 12.
A prominent Fenland hotel is currently on the market with a price tag of just under £2million.
A former grocery store looks set to become a café if plans are approved by Fenland District Council.
An independently run Fenland cinema has been given a life-saving grant of nearly £300,000 to help it survive lockdown.
A Wisbech pub is facing scrutiny of its premises licence following alleged breaches of Covid-19 rules on on Christmas Eve.
A Fenland pub that was losing money before the pandemic hit last year is set to remain closed and given a new lease of life as a holiday let.
A March firm is looking to relocate its lorry park and maintenance facility away from its current site in a residential area.
A Fenland farming family are hoping to introduce an exciting new development to their garden centre while at the same time encouraging tourism.
In her fortnightly column, Nicki Barwell of Barwell Accountants, talks about financial matters during lockdown.
A businessman who says Brexit is destroying his business thanks to red tape has challenged the Prime Minister to try filling in the necessary forms.
Fenland firms which have been impacted by local and national Covid-19 restrictions are being reminded to check if they’re eligible for grant support.