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An image relating to Dog owner fined for failing to control nuisance dogs
A dog owner has been fined and ordered to reduce the number of dogs at her home after failing to prevent her animals from persistently barking.
An image relating to Residents urged to have their say in Council Tax Support consultation
Fenland District Council is proposing to change its Council Tax Support scheme to ensure it can support rising numbers of claimants due to COVID-19 - and is seeking residents' views.
An image relating to Station car park plan steams ahead after approval
Work is well underway to design and construct a new car park at Manea railway station after plans for the much-needed project were unanimously approved.
An image relating to Leisure centres extend opening hours
Leisure centres across Fenland will return to almost pre-lockdown opening hours next week as they continue to build on their safe and successful reopening.
An image relating to NHS COVID-19 app launches across England and Wales
People across England and Wales are being urged to download the NHS COVID-19 app to help control the spread of coronavirus and protect themselves and their loved ones as case numbers rise.
An image relating to Businesses urged to play their part in Test and Trace or risk a fine
Businesses which are now required by law to ask customers for their contact details for Test and Trace purposes have been urged to play their part in beating coronavirus by Director of Public Health for Cambridgeshire, Doctor Liz Robin.
An image relating to Council's ongoing mission to end rough sleeping secures nearly £200k further funding
Rough sleepers in Fenland who have been housed during the coronavirus pandemic will be helped to stay in accommodation thanks to funding secured by Fenland District Council.
An image relating to Council grants available to help lower fuel bills and keep homes warm
Fenland residents have the chance to make their homes cosier and save money on their energy bills thanks to grant funding from Fenland District Council.
An image relating to Solar-powered offer launches in Fenland
Fenland residents now have the opportunity to join together to buy and install solar panels at a competitive price.

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