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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.

Work to dismantle March's historic fountain begins

Work to carefully dismantle March's Coronation Fountain as part of the town centre regeneration has begun this week (8 August).

One of March's oldest buildings gets a facelift with Council support

One of March's oldest Conservation Area buildings is getting a new lease of life with support from Fenland District Council.

Community Coffee Mornings: Join Octavius for updates on Broad Street Regeneration

Residents are invited to attend weekly Coffee Mornings with Broad Street regeneration contractors, Octavius.

Council maintains gold standard in customer services

Fenland District Council has once again been reaccredited with the Cabinet Office's prestigious Customer Service Excellence (CSE) Standard following an annual inspection.

Don't lose your vote - Fenland residents urged to check voter registration details

Fenland residents are being urged to check their electoral registration details or risk losing their chance to vote on decisions that affect them.

Grants up to £25,000 available to help bring empty shops in March back into use

Owners of empty shops in March town centre are being reminded about a grant scheme that will help them to develop and refurbish premises - and bring them back into use.

Fenland artists will get chance to shine in new railway art competition

Local artists will get the chance to have their work go on show in railway stations and exhibitions - and seen by potentially millions of people - in a new art competition celebrating Fenland's historic railway line.

Work on March fountain to progress after birds fledge nest

Planned work to remove and store March's Coronation Fountain can now proceed after birds found nesting in the historic structure fledged successfully.

Net tightening on Council Tax fraudsters

The net is tightening on Council Tax fraudsters in Fenland thanks to a new initiative that has produced £138,000 savings in the district in its first three months.

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