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Fenland District Council's official flag is flying at half-mast at Fenland Hall in March as a mark of respect to Whittlesey councillor Alan Bristow, who died yesterday (April 19).
The Leader of Fenland District Council has thanked communities across the district for joining together and providing "a real lifeline" to the elderly and vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis.
A new £5m fund aimed at creating opportunities and improving lives and skills across Cambridgeshire has been launched by Cambridgeshire County Council.
Three brand new shelters have arrived at Whittlesea and Manea railway stations as part of a large-scale investment programme into Fenland's railway stations.
A much loved transport service for Wisbech residents is now set to carry on following continued support from local residents.
Parks and open spaces the equivalent size of 3,000 football pitches will be cut, strimmed and trimmed this year, as Fenland District Council's annual grass cutting programme gets underway.
Fenland residents will not face an increase in their council tax contribution to Fenland District Council after the authority froze its share of the bill for the sixth time in ten years.
Fenland District Council is pursuing more robust methods of controlling inconsiderate use of alcohol in Wisbech town centre, in response to ongoing public concerns about street drinking.
A new state-of-the-art CCTV control room which allows officers to monitor footage from across Peterborough and Fenland has been launched.

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