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Rare species of bird hatches at wetland centre

Rare species of bird hatches at wetland centre

Rare species of bird hatches at wetland centre

A new generation of a rare species of bird has hatched at a Fenland conservation centre.


Residents gather outside council headquarters calling on action against climate

Residents gather outside council headquarters calling on action against climate

Residents gather outside council headquarters calling on action against climate

Residents are calling for action to be taken as a response to the climate crisis.


Laughing gas canisters dumped in car park of town church

Laughing gas canisters dumped in car park of town church

Laughing gas canisters dumped in car park of town church

Discarded gas canisters littering public spaces and untended potholes are causing community concerns.


Special occasion as new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk opens at nature haven

Special occasion as new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk opens at nature haven

Special occasion as new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk opens at nature haven

A new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk has been installed to help to make a wildlife haven “accessible for everyone”.


Farm given permission to construct pumpkin storage shed and new reservoir

Farm given permission to construct pumpkin storage shed and new reservoir

Farm given permission to construct pumpkin storage shed and new reservoir

A farm will be able to “vastly improve” the way it stores pumpkins after being granted planning permission.


MP raises concerns over ‘damaging impact’ electricity lines would have on residents and environment

MP raises concerns over ‘damaging impact’ electricity lines would have on residents and environment

MP raises concerns over ‘damaging impact’ electricity lines would have on residents and environment

James Wild has become the second West Norfolk MP to publicly share his concerns over plans to build 87 miles of electricity lines across the area.


Search for King John’s treasure resumes in the autumn

Search for King John’s treasure resumes in the autumn

Search for King John’s treasure resumes in the autumn

The man leading the search for King John’s long lost treasure will be resuming his quest later this year – with the help of a ‘monster’ digger.


Truss joins the fight against plans for 87 miles of overhead electricity lines

Truss joins the fight against plans for 87 miles of overhead electricity lines

Truss joins the fight against plans for 87 miles of overhead electricity lines

Liz Truss has lodged a formal objection to a proposal for 87 miles of electricity lines stretching from West Norfolk to Lincolnshire.


Seals will not be released in village after concerns over fish stocks

Seals will not be released in village after concerns over fish stocks

Seals will not be released in village after concerns over fish stocks

Anglers have welcomed the news that the RSPCA is no longer going to release seals at Sutton Bridge following concerns over the impact on fish stocks.


Fenland Street Pride volunteer events planned in towns and villages

Fenland Street Pride volunteer events planned in towns and villages

Fenland Street Pride volunteer events planned in towns and villages

Fenland's Street Pride groups have a wealth of volunteer events planned throughout May and are looking for people to get involved.


Recycle your vapes in new bins installed at centres

Recycle your vapes in new bins installed at centres

Recycle your vapes in new bins installed at centres

Vape bins have been introduced at recycling centres in two towns in Fenland.


MP could be investigated over pause on new incinerator permits

MP could be investigated over pause on new incinerator permits

MP could be investigated over pause on new incinerator permits

Labour has called for an investigation into an MP’s possible involvement in the government’s decision to pause permits for new waste incinerators.

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Plans go in for new solar farm

Plans go in for new solar farm

Plans go in for new solar farm

Plans have been submitted for a new solar farm which could generate enough power for 22,000 homes.


Award-winning not-for-profit farming organisation calls for ‘more urgency’ to be be shown towards battling climate change

Award-winning not-for-profit farming organisation calls for ‘more urgency’ to be be shown towards battling climate change

Award-winning not-for-profit farming organisation calls for ‘more urgency’ to be be shown towards battling climate change

Farmers are calling on Defra to show more urgency in supporting their efforts to tackle climate change in the Fens.


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