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Cambridgeshire mayor has master plan to help area's market towns with a share of £10m up for grabs

Fenland towns could soon be in the running for a share of £10million to help them deliver schemes to become 'Covid secure' and boost walking and cycling.

Cambridgeshire Mayor James Palmer will today (Wednesday) ask the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority Board to trigger the process to enable market towns to apply for millions of pounds to help them unlock opportunity and shape their own future.

The Combined Authority has put £13.1 million on the table to support delivery of 11 market town masterplans.

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