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An image relating to Fenland, Tonbridge & Malling and Clarion secure funding to make social homes greener and cheaper to run
Fenland District Council and Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council have successfully secured £4.5million of funding as part of a pilot £50million Government project to improve the energy efficiency of social housing.
An image relating to Council secures financial boost for Fenland's leisure centres
Fenland District Council has successfully secured a grant from Sport England's National Leisure Recovery Fund to help support the re-opening of the district's four leisure centres.
An image relating to There is still time to complete Census 2021
Census day was last Sunday, but it is vital those who have not yet completed, do so as soon as possible.
An image relating to Preparations underway for Covid-safe elections
Preparations are underway in Cambridgeshire to ensure that residents can have their say in a Covid-safe way at the May local elections
An image relating to Free Citizen's Advice service available through COVID-19 Community Hub
Specialist money and employment advice to help support Fenland residents through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond is now available through Fenland District Council's COVID-19 Community Hub.
An image relating to Rapid testing sites now open across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Almost 3,000 rapid tests were carried out by people who are leaving home regularly for work, volunteering or training last week at one of six new testing centres launched to seek out people with no symptoms who have Covid-19.
An image relating to New digital technology grant scheme set to inject upwards of £1.4million to sustain local businesses
A new, locally developed grant scheme to support the growth and resilience of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has launched this week.
An image relating to Staying safe over February half term
Public Health England have issued their latest blog on Staying safe over February half term.
An image relating to Call for People Aged 70 And Over To Contact NHS For A Covid Jab
People aged 70 and over who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid and who would like to be are today being asked to contact the NHS to arrange a jab.

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