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An image relating to Award-winning stone carver hosts free Wisbech High Street Project skills training talk
An award-winning stone carver who has worked on some of the world's most prestigious buildings will talk about his work and the use of architectural stone carving within the heritage sector at a free online talk next month.
An image relating to Pilot to tackle Covid-19 enduring transmission given the go-ahead
A pilot to address Covid-19 transmission in areas of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough where rates remain stubbornly high has been given the green light by Government.
An image relating to Book now: Registration opens for first in a series of new heritage skills training sessions
The first in a series of free, traditional construction and heritage skills training sessions kicks off next week as part of Fenland District Council's National Lottery-supported Wisbech High Street Project.
An image relating to Fenland and HSE team up to make sure businesses are COVID-secure
Fenland District Council's COVID and Environmental Health teams have teamed up with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to give local businesses extra support with their COVID-secure measures.
An image relating to 'Make rapid Covid testing a habit' to help us move forward with the roadmap
Fenland residents are being encouraged to take twice-weekly rapid Covid tests to help support the roadmap out of lockdown.
An image relating to Support to self-isolate grants now available for parents
Parents who need to take time off work to look after children who are self-isolating can now apply for financial support.
An image relating to 'Deep sadness' at the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
Council Chairman's statement on behalf of the people of Fenland
An image relating to Landlords invited to free online webinar
Fenland District Council is giving local landlords the opportunity to receive advice and support on all aspects of the private rental sector through a free online event this month.
An image relating to Council investment will support local business and generate vital income
Fenland District Council has officially authorised a commercial investment opportunity in Wisbech as part of an ambitious strategy aimed at future-proofing the authority and delivering the district's growth aspirations.

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