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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.

Improving access to mental health services for rough sleepers in Fenland

Rough sleepers in Fenland are benefitting from better access to specialist mental health support thanks to a new partnership between Fenland District Council and the NHS.

Council secures injunction against Wisbech beggar

A Wisbech man has been banned from begging, rough sleeping, urinating and being aggressive in Fenland after a County Court judge granted an injunction sought by Fenland District Council.

Police escort as near-200 tonne steam turbine comes to Port Sutton Bridge

Motorists are being advised of possible delays as police escort a near-200 tonne steam turbine to Port Sutton Bridge.

Return of Whittlesey Festival hailed a great success

Whittlesey welcomed the return of its much-loved Whittlesey Festival at the weekend after a three-year break.

All the fun of the fair coming to Fenland this Autumn

Showmen and women will return to Fenland this Autumn to bring their well visited and popular fairs to the district.

Take off for Wisbech cadet litter heroes!

Wisbech air cadets have been presented with litter picking equipment to help take their volunteering efforts to new heights.

Wisbech incinerator recommendation to be made to Secretary of State

The Government's Planning Inspectorate has announced that their recommendation on the proposed incinerator facility in Wisbech is set to be made to the Secretary of State by 21 November 2023.

March Broad Street regeneration one night road closure - 30 August 2023

A section of Station Road in March, between the Station Road/Broad Street junction and Creek Road junction, will be closed tonight as part of the Broad Street regeneration works.

No complaints against Fenland District Council upheld

For the fourth year running the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has found 'no fault' with the way Fenland District Council deals with complaints.

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