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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.

Council secures funding to boost COVID-19 work

Fenland District Council has successfully secured almost £100,000 from the Government to expand its ongoing work to support those most at risk from COVID-19.

Council Chairman receives Covid-19 vaccine

The Chairman of Fenland District Council has urged residents to make sure they get their COVID-19 vaccination when it is offered to them, after having his own this week.

Good work to support rough sleepers continues in Fenland

Fenland District Council continues to do everything it can to assist and support rough sleepers and those who are, or who are at risk of becoming homeless.

Council's ongoing mission to end rough sleeping secures nearly £200k further funding

Rough sleepers in Fenland who have been housed during the coronavirus pandemic will be helped to stay in accommodation thanks to funding secured by Fenland District Council.

Boost for rail commuters as station car park plans steam ahead

Plans to create new car parks at Manea and Whittlesea railway stations have taken a step closer to fruition with the appointment of a specialist contractor to develop the schemes

Ambitious plans submitted to transform March through the Future High Streets Fund

A once in a generation opportunity to dramatically transform March and make it "fit for the future" has moved forward as part of a £1billion Government plan for high streets.

Contractor appointed to deliver key projects as part of March town centre transformation

Ambitious plans to transform March town centre have taken a significant step forward with the appointment of a key contractor to deliver two of the planned regeneration schemes.

Council agrees motion against plans for Wisbech incinerator

Members of Fenland District Council will be writing to the Energy Secretary making clear its opposition to plans to build an incinerator in Wisbech.

Whittlesey welcomes new interactive highways signs

Interactive highways signs to help improve travel in and around Whittlesey are now fully operational in the town.

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