"We are in a great position to submit a strong bid for March thanks to the council’s recent work on the Growing Fenland project."
Whilst it is a highly unusual time for people, nature is still able to go about getting ready for one of the busiest seasons – spring.
Well wishes and thanks have been paid to Fenland Council’s waste and recycling crews as they go above and beyond during the coronavirus crisis.
Public Health England has warned the mega incinerator planned for Wisbech could lead to a rise in childhood leukaemia.
Fenland District Council has been accused of having a ‘slash and burn’ policy when it comes to the areas trees.
A reader has many questions on the incinerator being planned for the town.
A reader has written to us saying why an incinerator is not a good fit.
A drop-in event to hear the public's views on plans to close the Welney Wash Road for up to six weeks next summer has been postponed.
Health, transport and economic concerns were raised by speakers at an anti-incinerator meeting on Friday.
A reader says a scoping report concludes it doesn’t matter if the public breathe exhaust fumes, get run over, or develop long-term health conditions.
A new litter picking club has been set up at Murrow Primary Academy, with help from the village’s dedicated Street Pride group and Fenland Council.
Leading community trade union Unite has backed the anti-incinerator campaign.
A reader is questioning why the firm behind a planned incinerator are not giving up their plans, despite huge protests.
More than 80 protestors gathered in Wisbech to lobby local businesses into uniting with the community against plans for a mega incinerator.