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Wisbech students make their voices heard




Students at Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech, have come out in force to help shape the future of their town.

Local artist Tim Mann (left), students Irmantas Ruzgys, Chloe Smalley andSebastien Njingo, and Russell Rolph from Support Cambridgeshire. (6944447)
Local artist Tim Mann (left), students Irmantas Ruzgys, Chloe Smalley andSebastien Njingo, and Russell Rolph from Support Cambridgeshire. (6944447)


The I ♥ Wisbech programme is the largest single conversation with the people of Wisbech about what they like about their town, how it could be improved and how they can get involved.
Students from the Academy submitted their views, painting a positive, optimistic picture of their town and the people who live there. Their views will be considered as part of a wider engagement programme for Wisbech.

The I ♥ Wisbech programme isn’t just for students. Residents of all ages are encouraged to participate, either online at bit.lyilovewisbech or at various locations around the town in February and March. Over 700 people have contributed so far.
The deadline for responses is March 1.

I ♥ Wisbech is a collaborative project between the county, district and town councils, local charities, a local artist and town residents. It forms part of the Wisbech 2020 Vision to regenerate the town and its surrounding area.
Contact Russell Rolph at Support Cambridgeshire on 01480 420603 for more information.



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