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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.

Grants of up to £75,000 on offer to Fenland businesses

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.

App update brings Straw Bear to Whittlesey

Local youngsters who spent their half-term exploring Whittlesey were treated to a surprise as a new visitor appeared along the Whittlesey Heritage Walk.

Fenland District Council set to REDUCE council tax

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%.

Wisbech walk leader is helping others after eight stone weight loss

Less than four years ago, Dee Ucuncu had such a weight problem she struggled to walk.

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.

Council supports renters with mould issues

Fenland residents who live in social and privately rented housing are being reminded that they can seek help from Fenland District Council if mould issues are not resolved by their landlords.

Fens Reservoir consultation period coming to an end

The closing date is approaching on the first phase of consultation on Anglian Water and Cambridge Water proposals to build a new reservoir in the Fens.

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