"Whether it be for retail activity or community activity, the Market Place plays an important role in improving community and people’s wellbeing."
Campaigners fighting to stop a mega waste incinerator in Wisbech are calling for local politicians to back a public enquiry into the proposal.
Major plans have been approved which will see the derelict Mepal Outdoor Centre transformed into a crematorium, woodland burial area and pet cemetery.
Plans for nine homes were given the green-light despite officers recommending refusal because of highway safety concerns.
Cambridgeshire Council's Countywide hub which has looked after the area's vulnerable during lockdown is set to move into the next phase of support.
Cambridgeshire’s economy is going to be “hit hard” by the pandemic, with councils at “significant financial risk,” warn finance officers.
Cambridgeshire’s work to respond to the climate change emergency has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
Al fresco dining spaces and street cafes could soon become a more familiar sight in Fenland with launch of new 'pavement licence' initiative.
Fenland District Council’s Customer Service Centres and Community Hubs are reopening to the public on an appointment only basis.
If you like your home stripped of all comforts including a proper bath or shower or even a bed then Wisbech Castle would be an ideal choice.
Cambridgeshire County Council has voted overwhelmingly to oppose plans for a “mega incinerator” in Wisbech.
Accusations of bullying and harassment led to police being called to Wisbech Castle on Monday after two town councillors turned up demanding access.
“...it is clearly apparent that Fenland have gone above and beyond in their efforts to maintain services.”
A March charity's plan to earn cash with the development of a benefactor's former home has been dashed after a planning inspector rejected an appeal.
No one’s future should be determined by where they are born - says Michelle Donelan, Minister for the Opportuntiy Areas.