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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.

New Wisbech Park community pavilion nears completion

Wisbech Park's new community pavilion is taking shape as construction work on the eagerly anticipated facility nears completion.

Fenland businesses urged to bid for grants totalling £400k

Business owners and people with a plan for a new start-up in Fenland can apply for a slice of a grant pot totalling £400,000.

Entries open for 2024 Fenland Poet Laureate Award

The hunt is on for Fenland's next Poet Laureates, as the district's prestigious, annual poetry competition opens for entries.

Subscriptions to Fenland's 2024/25 garden waste service now on sale

Want to avoid several trips to the tip to dispose of your garden waste next year? Save time, money and hassle (and creepy crawlies in your car!) with Fenland District Council's annual Garden Waste collection service.

Warning: Don't use cover of darkness as excuse to not pick up after your dog

Dog owners are being warned not to use the cover of dark nights as an excuse not to pick up after their pets - and the public urged to report offenders.

Traffic surveys to help with development of business case for Whittlesey relief road

Traffic journeys through Whittlesey town centre are being monitored this week as evidence is gathered for the Whittlesey relief road project.

Community embraces March's wonky Christmas tree

It's been compared to the leaning tower of Pisa and attracted media interest from across the nation. Now March's famous wonky Christmas tree has been lit up for the festive countdown!

Work underway on 50 new affordable homes for March

Addressing the pressing need for accessible and quality housing, Burmor Construction proudly introduced their latest project on Norwood Road, March, to esteemed guests from Fenland District Council in a 'breaking ground' ceremony.

Council working to bring empty homes back into residential use

As the number of long-term empty homes increases nationally, work is continuing apace in Fenland to help address the issue.

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