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An image relating to Grant agreed for Wisbech High Street building improvement works
A grant made possible thanks to National Lottery players has been awarded through the Wisbech High Street Project to enable improvement works to an historic Wisbech high street building.
An image relating to Residents reminded of coronavirus support available
Fenland residents are being reminded of the help available to them should they need it ahead of the second national lockdown starting on Thursday, November 5.
An image relating to Contractor appointed for National Lottery-supported 'The Gap' redevelopment project
Plans to breathe new life into 'The Gap' in Wisbech High Street with an ambitious, permanent development have taken a step forward with a key contractor appointment.
An image relating to Cambridgeshire hubs offer support to vulnerable families during half term
After the government's decision not to continue to fund free school meals over the holidays, people in Cambridgeshire are being reminded that there always has been and there still is support for those who need it.
An image relating to Street drinking order extended for further three years
An order aimed at reducing anti-social drinking in Wisbech has been extended for a further three years.
An image relating to Fenland District Council maintains open door to support businesses
Fenland District Council is continuing to work with local businesses to help them keep their premises, staff and customers safe amid the ongoing coronavirus challenges.
An image relating to Fenland Community Safety Partnership raises awareness of hate crimes in online event
The Fenland Community Safety Partnership's latest online engagement event on the topic of hate crime is now available to watch via Fenland District Council's YouTube channel.
An image relating to Mayor Palmer pledges further support to help bring transformational projects across the finish line
A multi-million pound bid to dramatically transform March town centre has been given a competitive edge in the bidding process after being backed by the Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
An image relating to Council joins forces with MP over objections to planning system changes
Fenland District Council has lobbied local MP and Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Steve Barclay, to fight a proposed reform of the national planning system.

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