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An image relating to Fenland's community heroes recognised at virtual Pride in Fenland Awards
Inspiring volunteers and groups who go the extra mile to support their communities were celebrated last night (12 January) at the 13th annual Pride in Fenland Awards.
An image relating to Whittlesey play area reopens following expansion
A new and improved play area has reopened in Whittlesey thanks to a £135,000 makeover funded by FCC Communities Foundation and Fenland District Council.
An image relating to Another Wisbech High Street redevelopment set to get underway
Another redevelopment scheme made possible thanks to National Lottery players through Fenland District Council's Wisbech High Street Project is set to get underway.
An image relating to Government awards over £6million for town centre regeneration
March has been awarded £6.4million from the Government to help implement a "once in a generation" transformation of the town centre.
An image relating to Pride in Fenland Awards goes virtual to celebrate district's unsung heroes
Unsung community heroes from across Fenland will be honoured next week when the district's 13th annual Pride in Fenland awards returns online!
An image relating to Cambridgeshire moves to Tier 4
Cambridgeshire residents are being urged to do more to stop Covid in its tracks following the Government announcement that the county will be under Tier 4 restrictions from 00.01 on Saturday (26 December).
An image relating to 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.
An image relating to Council agrees largest Wisbech High Street grant to date for major improvement works
Major improvement works are set to begin on four dilapidated Wisbech High Street properties before Christmas after Fenland District Council yesterday (14 December) agreed the largest grant to be awarded through the Wisbech High Street Project.
An image relating to Hereward Community Rail Partnership shines at virtual rail awards
A partnership which champions community rail across Fenland is celebrating after scooping two national rail awards.

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