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Fenland District Council committed to maintaining effective customer services to residents but introduces safety precautions

Fenland District Council committed to maintaining effective customer services to residents but introduces safety precautions

Fenland District Council committed to maintaining effective customer services to residents but introduces safety precautions

Fenland Council is temporarily changing the way it delivers face-to-face customer services to protect the health and safety of residents and staff.


Wisbech Town Council gives a helping hand to local hand sanitiser heroes, Fen Spirits

Wisbech Town Council gives a helping hand to local hand sanitiser heroes, Fen Spirits

Wisbech Town Council gives a helping hand to local hand sanitiser heroes, Fen Spirits

Wisbech Town Council steps into help Wisbech businessman Anthony Winterbourne after he turns his distillery over to making hand sanitiser.


Campaigners raise burner health fears

Campaigners raise burner health fears

Campaigners raise burner health fears

Health, transport and economic concerns were raised by speakers at an anti-incinerator meeting on Friday.


Fenland's parks maintenance contractors ready to hit the ground running

Fenland's parks maintenance contractors ready to hit the ground running

Fenland's parks maintenance contractors ready to hit the ground running

Parks and open spaces the equivalent size of 3,000 football pitches will be cut, strimmed and trimmed this year.


Labour announce candidate for Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner election

Labour announce candidate for Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner election

Labour announce candidate for Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner election

Nicky Massey has been selected by the Labour Party as its candidate in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Police and Crime Commissioner election.


Extra government cash to help Cambridgeshire's victims of domestic abuse

Extra government cash to help Cambridgeshire's victims of domestic abuse

Extra government cash to help Cambridgeshire's victims of domestic abuse

More support for victims of domestic abuse will be made available across the region following two successful bids for funding.


Wisbech rail line could cost £200.4m to build says new report

Wisbech rail line could cost £200.4m to build says new report

Wisbech rail line could cost £200.4m to build says new report

The preferred Wisbech Station location has been identified close to the town centre but is subject to further assessment.


Wisbech Town Council show support for town's Fenmen with cash donation

Wisbech Town Council show support for town's Fenmen with cash donation

Wisbech Town Council show support for town's Fenmen with cash donation

Wisbech Fenmen have scored a £2,000 donation towards its new stand from the town council.


Unanimous support as Wisbech Town Council sets up special anti-incinerator working group and agrees motion of opposition

Unanimous support as Wisbech Town Council sets up special anti-incinerator working group and agrees motion of opposition

Unanimous support as Wisbech Town Council sets up special anti-incinerator working group and agrees motion of opposition

Wisbech Town Council agrees to write to secretary of state over incinerator plans and sets up new working group to fight the burner.


Former detective chosen as Conservative candidate for Cambridgeshire's police and crime commissioner election

Former detective chosen as Conservative candidate for Cambridgeshire's police and crime commissioner election

Former detective chosen as Conservative candidate for Cambridgeshire's police and crime commissioner election

Darryl Preston has been selected as the Conservative candidate for the Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner election in May.


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