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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.

Transformation of Second World War pillbox adds to Benwick in Bloom achievements

Volunteers in the Benwick Street Pride / In Bloom group are continuing to create special moments for all around the village with recently completed projects and more on the horizon.

Council purchase of former bank will create 'fantastic opportunity' for March

Fenland District Council has confirmed the purchase of the old Barclays Bank building in Broad Street, March, as part of the multi-million pound town centre regeneration.

Pubs and clubs can stay open later for the coronation weekend

The Government has approved an automatic extension on licensing hours during this weekend's Coronation bank holiday.

Closures at Whittlesey Tower Recreation Ground

Closures are expected at Tower Recreation Ground, Whittlesey, to allow Mitie to safely carry out maintenance works to the water tower.

More free and low-cost fitness sessions launched in Fenland

Lots of new free and low-cost fitness sessions have been added to the list of opportunities for the people of Fenland, including those who are thinking of becoming more active.

Wisbech Splashpad reopens for summer season

Wisbech Splashpad reopens for the summer season on Thursday 6 April - just in time for the long Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

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.

New transport comparison tool launched to help people make more informed travel choices

A new data-analysis tool which helps people to compare the impacts and benefits of different types of transport has been launched by the Hereward Community Rail Partnership (CRP).

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