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See the latest Fenland District Council news, events and press releases below. You can also keep up-to-date on FacebookTwitterLinkedIn and with our digital newsletter The Fenlander.

Voters warned about new rules for handling postal votes ahead of May elections

Fenland residents who vote by post are being advised of changes to postal vote handling to avoid falling foul of the new rules at next month's elections.

Launch of 'Why do we celebrate women's art?' exhibition

More than 50 works of art are now on display in Wisbech, as part of an exciting new art exhibition part funded by Fenland District Council's Fenland Culture Fund.

Rail passengers can talk to managers at latest 'Meet the Manager' event

Train passengers can ask rail managers and transport representatives questions about services and improvements during the latest 'Meet the Manager' event along Fenland's Hereward railway line.

New free Fenland exercise sessions include Couch to 5k and family fun

New free fitness sessions in Fenland support people of all ages to complete the 'Couch to 5k' running programme and, through a separate class, offer families with young children active fun.

Huge line-up of fun and attractions for St George's Festival 2024

Street performers, live entertainment, stalls, amusements, crafts, street food and fun will fill March town on Sunday, April 21, for the 2024 St George's Festival.

New walking and cycling map for Manea

The fifth in a series a walking and cycling maps for Fenland has been launched, encouraging people to explore the charming village of Manea.

Council seeks judicial review of Wisbech incinerator decision

Fenland District Council has made an application for judicial review of the secretary of state's decision to award development consent for the proposed Wisbech incinerator.

Enjoy the benefits of volunteering during April's Stress Awareness Month

Volunteering is a great mood boosting activity - especially when it's outdoors.

Nominations open for Whittlesey Town Council by-elections

Candidates are being sought to fill two vacancies at Whittlesey Town Council, ahead of by-elections on Thursday 2 May 2024.

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