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Trees at Wisbech Park have undergone a thorough health and safety review and works programme to ensure visitors can continue to enjoy them into the future - with trees across the district to follow.
Businesses in Fenland will have the chance to access grants of between £5,000 and £75,000 to grow and increase employment opportunities in the district.
Spring is coming, and with it is the nation's biggest mass-action environmental campaign! And Fenland's army of litter heroes will once again be doing their bit to contribute.
After four years of council tax freezes, Fenland District Council has cut its portion of the bill by 2% to further support residents amid the cost-of-living crisis.
For the past four years Fenland District Council has frozen its portion of the council tax bill to reduce the financial burden on residents. Now, the authority is set to go even further amid the cost-of-living crisis, by proposing to cut its element of the council tax bill by 2%.
Fenland residents are being reminded that this year's local elections will be different to any that have gone before - with new wards, new locations for some polling stations and voter ID requirements.