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Fenland school pupils get recycling competition properly sorted

Fenland school pupils get recycling competition properly sorted

Fenland school pupils get recycling competition properly sorted

More than 5,600 pupils have learned how to recycle as part of a district-wide initiative to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.


Workshop will talk about how to look after your old or listed property in the Wisbech area

Workshop will talk about how to look after your old or listed property in the Wisbech area

Workshop will talk about how to look after your old or listed property in the Wisbech area

Do you own live in or work with an old or listed property in Wisbech or the surrounding area?


Chance to have your say on changes to Wisbech Market Place enhancement scheme suggested by Highways which will see the area pedestrianised

Chance to have your say on changes to Wisbech Market Place enhancement scheme suggested by Highways which will see the area pedestrianised

Chance to have your say on changes to Wisbech Market Place enhancement scheme suggested by Highways which will see the area pedestrianised

Residents are being asked what they think of changes to Wisbech Market Place/town centre scheme which would see it largely pedestrianised.


Wisbech goes for gold as BBC film projects for the town's Anglia in Bloom bid

Wisbech goes for gold as BBC film projects for the town's Anglia in Bloom bid

Wisbech goes for gold as BBC film projects for the town's Anglia in Bloom bid

Volunteers across Wisbech have been busy preparing for this year’s Anglia in Bloom judging - and all their hardwork has been captured on camera.


Fenland residents told: 'No hosepipe ban, but please save water where you can'

Fenland residents told: 'No hosepipe ban, but please save water where you can'

Fenland residents told: 'No hosepipe ban, but please save water where you can'

Supplies are 'healthy', despite heatwave, says Anglian Water


Project Godwit sees 21 fledglings released at Welney WWT - you can help by reporting sightings

Project Godwit sees 21 fledglings released at Welney WWT - you can help by reporting sightings

Project Godwit sees 21 fledglings released at Welney WWT - you can help by reporting sightings

Twenty-one black-tailed godwits were released in the Cambridgeshire Fens after being hand-reared by conservationists at WWT Welney.


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