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An image relating to Lost images of Wisbech made available in new book
Unseen historic photos of Wisbech that proved hugely popular when they went on display for the first time last year have been made available in a new book.
An image relating to Loan Shark Awareness Campaign Launched
Fenland District Council and the England Illegal Money Lending Team have joined together to launch a new campaign which will raise awareness of the dangers of loan sharks and illegal money lending.
An image relating to Environment Agency launches new Anglian Pass for boaters
Boaters now have the option to purchase an 'Anglian Pass' which allows them to navigate unrestricted across neighbouring navigations.
An image relating to Anglian Water project to upgrade March Water Recycling Centre
Between April and early July 2021, Anglian Water will be undertaking additional maintenance at its March Water Recycling Centre off Creek Road, March.
An image relating to Award-winning stone carver hosts free Wisbech High Street Project skills training talk
An award-winning stone carver who has worked on some of the world's most prestigious buildings will talk about his work and the use of architectural stone carving within the heritage sector at a free online talk next month.
An image relating to Pilot to tackle Covid-19 enduring transmission given the go-ahead
A pilot to address Covid-19 transmission in areas of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough where rates remain stubbornly high has been given the green light by Government.
An image relating to Fenland backs Keep Britain Tidy's million-mile mission to clean up the country
Fenland residents are being urged to help clear up litter in their neighbourhoods as Keep Britain Tidy launches its Great British Spring Clean.
An image relating to Help shape the development of West March
Local people are being given the opportunity to help shape a major development that will bring about hundreds of new homes and associated services and facilities to West March.
An image relating to Book now: Registration opens for first in a series of new heritage skills training sessions
The first in a series of free, traditional construction and heritage skills training sessions kicks off next week as part of Fenland District Council's National Lottery-supported Wisbech High Street Project.

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