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Developer says Chatteris Wenny Meadow development will lead to loss of biodiversity

Developer says Chatteris Wenny Meadow development will lead to loss of biodiversity

Developer says Chatteris Wenny Meadow development will lead to loss of biodiversity

A housing developer has said 93 houses on Chatteris' former Manor Park, known as "Wenny Meadow", will "result in a potential biodiversity net loss".


Urgent warning for customers buying fruit and veg

Urgent warning for customers buying fruit and veg

Urgent warning for customers buying fruit and veg

Tesco and Aldi are warning customers to be cautious when preparing fruit and vegetables because of the after affects of March's Saharan dust cloud.


MP joins Fenland pupils in tree planting for the Queen

MP joins Fenland pupils in tree planting for the Queen

MP joins Fenland pupils in tree planting for the Queen

Local MP Steve Barclay has helped children at a Fenland school mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.


Welney conservation project approved by borough council

Welney conservation project approved by borough council

Welney conservation project approved by borough council

A project working to conserve a rare species of shorebird has been granted approval to continue.


Major diesel rule change coming at the worst time

Major diesel rule change coming at the worst time

Major diesel rule change coming at the worst time

The rules surrounding the use of red diesel are changing from April 1, but with prices rising everywhere companies are concerned about the switch.


Pupils get dug in to help create biodiversity at March school site

Pupils get dug in to help create biodiversity at March school site

Pupils get dug in to help create biodiversity at March school site

A March school has added to the biodiversity of its site with the planting of 60 native trees and shrub saplings.


Water firms make river pledges

Water firms make river pledges

Water firms make river pledges

Anglian Water and Severn Trent have pledged to accelerate efforts to protect UK rivers.


Campaigners smoke out new supporters in fight against Wisbech incinerator

Campaigners smoke out new supporters in fight against Wisbech incinerator

Campaigners smoke out new supporters in fight against Wisbech incinerator

Anti-incinerator campaigners were out in force to help raise awareness of the fight to stop a mega-burner being built in Wisbech.


Litter heroes assemble for Great British Spring Clean

Litter heroes assemble for Great British Spring Clean

Litter heroes assemble for Great British Spring Clean

Litter heroes will be rolling up their sleeves when they join the Great British Spring Clean – and here’s how you can be part of the pick.


Ofwat has ‘serious concerns’ over Anglian Water

Ofwat has ‘serious concerns’ over Anglian Water

Ofwat has ‘serious concerns’ over Anglian Water

Water regulator Ofwat said it has “serious concerns” over the sewage treatment works of five water suppliers, including Anglian Water.


Solar farm plan 'won't help us', parish leaders claim

Solar farm plan 'won't help us', parish leaders claim

Solar farm plan 'won't help us', parish leaders claim

Councillors will decide whether to allow a cross-border solar farm plan at a special meeting next week.


Burner consultation was 'inadequate', councillor claims

Burner consultation was 'inadequate', councillor claims

Burner consultation was 'inadequate', councillor claims

A councillor has urged leaders to join criticism of an incinerator project's handling – but they would not be drawn.


Body found on playing field

Body found on playing field

Body found on playing field

Police have recovered the body of a man from a Fenland playing field this morning.


Could little known planning rule be key to saving a well-loved Fenland meadow

Could little known planning rule be key to saving a well-loved Fenland meadow

Could little known planning rule be key to saving a well-loved Fenland meadow

A countryside charity is urging local communities like Chatteris and Doddington to consider using a little known rule to help protect green spaces.


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