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More attractions added to March's St George's Festival

More details of the programme for this year's first-of-its-kind April-long St George's Festival in March have been revealed.

Voters advised to be aware of changes at this year's local elections

Fenland residents are being advised to check their poll cards and be aware of changes at this year's local elections, which take place on Thursday 4 May.

Council steps in to keep leisure centres open

Fenland District Council has stepped in to keep leisure centres and swimming pools in the district open.

Wisbech chosen to benefit from Government's High Streets Task Force

An expert from the Government's High Streets Task Force visited Wisbech this week to begin its work with local leaders, supporting their efforts to deliver long-term transformational change to the town.

Wisbech Park café and pavilion a step closer

A project to create a new pavilion in Wisbech Park, including upgraded and accessible toilets and a café, took another step towards fruition this week.

Wisbech play area set for makeover

Children and families in Wisbech are set to benefit from a range of brand-new play equipment, as the much-loved play area in Wisbech Park gets a makeover.

Revamped March Market Place to reopen

The first in a string of multi-million pound projects to transform and futureproof March town centre is due for completion next week.

Cutting-edge training centre welcomes Fenland District Council

A group of councillors and staff from Fenland District Council toured a cutting-edge training centre in Chatteris to see first-hand how it is helping to upskill people of all ages - and act as a catalyst for the future economic success of Fenland and beyond.

Come along to month-long St George's festival 2023

A packed programme of free events will be laid on in March next month (April) for this year's first-of-its-kind St George's Festival.

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