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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.

Temporary roundabout installation open in March from Thursday 28 March

A temporary roundabout will open in March town centre this week, as the Broad Street regeneration contractor continues to work on schedule.

The 16 businesses that got a £5k grant from Rural England Prosperity Fund

Sixteen Fenland businesses were awarded £5,000 each after successfully applying for a Rural England Prosperity Fund grant.

Hannah Teasdale awarded Fenland Poet Laureate honour

Poet Hannah Teasdale has described the moment she was named the 2024 Fenland Poet Laureate as nothing short of "surreal".

Council putting 'every effort' into incinerator fight

Fenland District Council is 'expending all possible energies on reviewing the Secretary of State's decision to allow the development of an incinerator in Wisbech', its Leader has said.

Amazing stories of bravery and selflessness at Pride in Fenland Awards

Sisters aged nine and ten who've dialed 999 numerous times to save their diabetic mum and a dedicated octogenarian who has spent decades running her chapel - and still varnishes the floors herself - were among those recognised as Fenland's finest at an awards ceremony.

Chatteris business enters phenomenal growth period with support of Fenland for Business

A "phenomenal growth" period is beginning for a Chatteris family business that credits free business support service Fenland for Business as a key contributor to its success.

Sign up today for the next free Fenland tea dance or an exercise and activity session

Dance novices came together with long-time and still-learning dancers to enjoy the first in a series of tea dances in Fenland, which are part of a diverse programme of free exercise and activity classes in Fenland to aid better health.

Wisbech to get investment of up to £20m

Wisbech has been named among 20 towns to receive up to £20million of Government funding for investments over the next ten years.

Council tax measure ramped up to help tackle long-term empty homes in Fenland

A council tax premium charged to owners of long-term empty properties in Fenland is being strengthened to help increase the supply of housing for residents and improve local communities.

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