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Wisbech Christmas Fayre expected to attract thousands this weekend

The countdown to the festive season officially begins in Wisbech this weekend when the town's traditional Wisbech Christmas Fayre returns on Sunday, 11 December.

Council welcomes Home Office decision on Elme Hall Hotel

Fenland District Council has welcomed a decision by the Government not to place asylum seekers in a local hotel.

Do your bit for the environment by signing up for Fenland's garden waste service

Do your bit for the environment by joining the thousands of other households in Fenland recycling their garden waste.

First ever International Christmas Golden Age Fair comes to Wisbech

Fenland District Council's much-loved Golden Age Fair, which offers support and guidance to over 60s, will return to Wisbech this month on Wednesday 14 December.

Get into the holiday spirit with the March Christmas Market

Yuletide cheer will descend on March this weekend when the town's ever-popular March Christmas Market returns on Sunday, 4 December, from 10am to 3pm.

Council disappointed after losing asylum seeker hotel injunction

Fenland District Council was disappointed today to lose its High Court fight to stop the Home Office using a historic Wisbech hotel to house asylum seekers.

Tributes paid to former Chief Executive

Fenland District Council is set to hold a minute's silence next month as a mark of respect to former Chief Executive of the Council, Norman Topliss.

Council awaits judgement on asylum seeker hotel injunction

A High Court hearing to decide whether the Home Office can use a Wisbech hotel to house asylum seekers has been postponed.

Community heroes celebrated at the Pride in Fenland Awards

Unsung heroes who make a real difference to the lives of others and their communities were celebrated when they took centre stage at the 15th annual Pride in Fenland Awards.

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