Business leaders fear a Fenland town won’t recover from the proposed closure of its last remaining bank, claiming a massive impact on traders.
A Wisbech engineering firm started 30 years ago with four employees has given the town a major vote of confidence with plans for a £6m investment.
Wisbech branch of Santander is among 140 nationwide set to close later this spring.
Drug use and other anti-social behaviour has forced the Horsefair Centre in Wisbech to close its public toilets - five months after they re-opened.
Café owners Andy Maul and his partner Vikki Moore are opening their doors to the homeless as part of the 50 Backpacks charity initiative.
Chatteris-based Stainless Metalcraft is celebrating after one of its apprentices was named Apprentice of the Year at the SME National Business Awards.
Worzals in Wisbech has unveiled exciting plans for a £3 million expansion project at its site off the A47.
A Wisbech businessman and local councillor has come up with the idea of a ‘not for profit’ company to employ a security guard for the town centre.
A business owner is to meet with police to discuss what action can be taken to deal with people urinating and defecating in her shop’s car park.
Chatteris champion boxer Jordan Gill has given his seal of approval to a local butchers after popping in for some award winning sausages.
Complaints about early morning deliveries and parked vehicles outside a shop in Gedney Hill are to be taken up by the retailer involved.
Heron Foods has opened in Wisbech's Horsefair Shopping Centre with the creation of 15 new jobs.
Since 2010 the number of hairdressers, barbers and nail bars in Fenland has risen from 35 to 60 – that’s an increase of 71 per cent.
Firms urged to book places now