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Free talk: Prince's Foundation tutor to discuss timber restoration and conservation

A traditional building craft tutor for The Prince's Foundation will be talking all things timber when he gives a free online talk as part of the Wisbech High Street Project next week.

Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough extends Community Warden Service to Fenland area

Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough (AUKCAP) is delighted to announce the launch of the first Community Warden Scheme within Fenland.

Living safely with Covid

With restrictions coming to an end in England, residents in Cambridgeshire are being encouraged to make the most of the spring and summer while continuing good hygiene practices which will help protect themselves and others from serious illness.

UK Power Networks - Payment information for Storm Eunice

UK Power Networks have decided to make goodwill payments to customers who were worst affected by power cuts caused by Storm Eunice and have been without power for at least 24 hours.

Council Tax rebate to help with your energy bills

Local councils across the country are preparing to support the rollout of a government-funded tax rebate that is being issued in response to soaring energy prices.

Work with us: Fenland District Council encourages local businesses to register for future contract opportunities

Fenland District Council is urging local businesses to register for a new online e-tendering portal which aims to improve access to council contract opportunities.

Reduce energy costs and boost renewable generation with solar panel scheme

Fenland residents are being invited to reduce their energy costs and boost renewable generation through a group-buying solar panel scheme.

Landlords reminded to make sure properties meet electrical safety standards

Fenland landlords are being reminded to check that their rented properties comply with changes to electrical safety standards - or face a fine of up to £30,000.

MP and Mayor visit March for update on town's exciting regeneration plans

Government leaders visited March town centre last week to hear for themselves the exciting progress being made on the town's transformational Future High Streets Fund work.

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