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Wisbech school needs to improve but has made progress since the last Ofsted inspection

Wisbech school needs to improve but has made progress since the last Ofsted inspection

Wisbech school needs to improve but has made progress since the last Ofsted inspection

Pupils at a Wisbech school say it is 'amazing and fun' but while leaders have made many changes for the better it still requires improvement.


Exclusive: Infamous 'Marmite' building is scrapped as new plans for shop and flats is unveiled for Wisbech High Street

Exclusive: Infamous 'Marmite' building is scrapped as new plans for shop and flats is unveiled for Wisbech High Street

Exclusive: Infamous 'Marmite' building is scrapped as new plans for shop and flats is unveiled for Wisbech High Street

Controversial plans for a specialist temporary building, which would have included a viewing platform, in the centre of Wisbech have now be shelved.


Doddington Village Carnival and Sports Committee carry on with scarecrow competition as main event is cancelled.

Doddington Village Carnival and Sports Committee carry on with scarecrow competition as main event is cancelled.

Doddington Village Carnival and Sports Committee carry on with scarecrow competition as main event is cancelled.

Organisers of an annual village carnival and sports afternoon have refused to be beaten by the current coronavirus crisis.


Wisbech Foodbank volunteers keep calm and carry on through pandemic

Wisbech Foodbank volunteers keep calm and carry on through pandemic

Wisbech Foodbank volunteers keep calm and carry on through pandemic

Wisbech Foodbank has continued to provide vital food parcels to local people throughout the coronavirus pandemic.


'They may not even need a new incinerator'

'They may not even need a new incinerator'

'They may not even need a new incinerator'

A reader says coal-fired power stations could be converted to waste incinerators.


Reader's annoyance over councillor

Reader's annoyance over councillor

Reader's annoyance over councillor

A reader has questioned why a councillor has not shown interest in a planning application in his ward.


Could you be a Fenland poet?

Could you be a Fenland poet?

Could you be a Fenland poet?

The search to find Fenland’s next poet laureate will soon begin.


Bells sound for Trevor's 90th chapter of life

Bells sound for Trevor's 90th chapter of life

Bells sound for Trevor's 90th chapter of life

A man who has written over 160 books has seen his birthday marked with another passion.


Children back at nursery

Children back at nursery

Children back at nursery

A nursery has been thrilled by the number of children who returned to class after the Government encouraged childcare facilities to reopen.


Drugs warrants executed

Drugs warrants executed

Drugs warrants executed

Police executed two drugs warrants on Friday.


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