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Delivering for Fenland while consistently freezing Council Tax, report highlights

The unwinding of the economic effects of COVID, together with Russia's illegal war in Ukraine, has led to inflation skyrocketing internationally. Energy, construction, fuel, and food costs are all rising as a result in this country.

Bin collections to begin earlier due to heatwave

Residents are being advised that bin collections will be carried out slightly earlier than normal this week to help crews cope with the high temperatures.

Commitment to customer service praised as Council retains national quality mark

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

Tributes paid to local Councillor and former Mayor Joan Diggle

Fenland District Council held a minute's silence this week as a mark of respect to former Wisbech Mayor and Councillor Joan Diggle.

Book your place on free heritage workshops taking place in Wisbech

A series of heritage skills training sessions organised through Fenland District Council's Wisbech High Street Project will be held in person for the first time since their launch when three workshops are held in the town later this month.

Major boost for motorists as new bridge over King's Dyke Level Crossing opens

For decades it has felt like a bridge too far, but there will be much rejoicing now that quicker road commuting times between Peterborough and Whittlesey are fast approaching.

Passengers asked to share opinions on March station upgrade

Passengers are being asked to share their views on the newly redeveloped March Railway Station and how facilities can be further improved in future.

Preliminary designs revealed for March town centre transformation

Preliminary designs for a once-in-a-generation transformation of March town centre have been revealed following council talks with market traders and local councillors.

Wildflowers bloom in Fenland

A colourful display of bee and insect-friendly wildflowers has bloomed in Fenland following a successful planting pilot by Fenland District Council.

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