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See the latest Fenland District Council news, events and press releases below. You can also keep up-to-date on Facebook, Twitter and with our digital newsletter The Fenlander.

Fenland to benefit from £1.2million from Shared Prosperity Fund

Business and arts and culture ventures across Fenland are a step closer to getting a boost from a £1.247m Shared Prosperity Fund cash injection into the district.

Hearings into proposed 'Wisbech Incinerator'

The Government's Planning Inspectorate has announced initial hearings over the proposed 'Wisbech Incinerator' will take place this month - with a deadline to register to speak and attend on Thursday (Feb 9).

Council launches new walking and cycling map for Wisbech

A new walking and cycling map is now available for Wisbech, to help residents and visitors make the most of local routes that can be enjoyed on foot or by bike.

Multi-million pound transformation of March town centre is under way

The first of a string of multi-million pound projects to transform and futureproof March town centre is now well under way.

Arts festival format for this year's St George's Fayre as March undergoes transformation

The annual St George's Fayre in March will take on a different format this year due to the £multi-million planned transformation of the town centre.

Heritage works completed at historic Wisbech building

An historic Wisbech High Street building has been sympathetically restored thanks to a grant made possible by National Lottery players.

Fenland residents need photo ID to vote at elections in May

For the first time, Fenland residents will need to show photo ID at polling stations to vote at local elections in May.

Fly-tipping cleared and £400 fixed penalty paid

A fly-tipping hot spot has been cleared and a £400 fixed penalty notice issued thanks to Fenland District Council and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).

Householders fined after rubbish fly-tipped by rogue waste traders

Two Fenland residents who paid other people to take away rubbish which was later dumped have been fined in court.

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