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Hereward Community Rail Partnership celebrates 10th anniversary

A decade of promoting and developing the railway line that runs through the Fens was celebrated with a special anniversary event this week.

Vital support and advice available to help residents with cost of living

Are you worried about the rising cost of living? You are not alone; soaring inflation and rising energy, food and fuel prices are affecting households across the country.

'The Herewards are go!' event kickstarts the Hereward Community Rail Partnership's anniversary celebrations

An organisation which helps promote Fenland's railway will kickstart its 10th anniversary celebrations with a special birthday event on Wednesday 12 October 2022.

Plan to improve cycling, walking and mobility access adopted by Cabinet

A new plan aimed at plugging the gap in active travel networks across Fenland has been given the green light by Fenland District Council.

CityFibre gets to work on Whittlesey's £3million transformation

Work to bring full fibre connectivity within reach of almost every home and business in Whittlesey gets underway this week as CityFibre, the UK's largest independent full fibre platform, breaks ground on a new infrastructure rollout that will future-proof the town's digital needs for generations to come.

Tributes paid to Kings Dyke Crossing spearhead Ralph Butcher

Heartfelt tributes have been paid to "one-of-a-kind" former Whittlesey councillor Ralph Butcher who has passed away.

Get involved in plans for 2023 return of Whittlesey Festival

Another chance to find out more about becoming a volunteer for one of Fenland's favourite festivals is being held on Thursday, 6 October.

March Statute Fair returns to town

The popular March Statute Fair arrives in town this October, with lots of traditional thrills and spills for all the family.

Free workshop: Learn how to gild with leading interiors conservator (**Fully Booked**)

A master craftsman who has worked on historic interiors restoration projects including at Buckingham Palace, the Palace of Westminster and the National History Museum will be leading a free heritage workshop in Wisbech next month.

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