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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.

Jobs created and safeguarded thanks to grant awards to eight Fenland businesses

New jobs will be created and others safeguarded thanks to the award of grants totalling £192,788 to eight Fenland businesses.

Living Sport in partnership with Fenland District Council

Fenland District Council is delighted to be working in partnership with Living Sport, to support its Active Fenland team to deliver physical activity interventions within the local community.

£2 bus fare cap extended

Fenland residents can continue to pay less to get around by bus as the Government's cap on single bus fares has been extended.

Station tea party culminates ten-year anniversary celebrations

An organisation which champions the railway line running through the Fens marked the culmination of its 10-year anniversary celebrations this week.

Free Fenland fitness classes include family skating, beginners dancing and circuits

Free family roller skating sessions are being launched in Wisbech as part of a new wave of free and low-cost sports and activity sessions for the people of Fenland.

Fence goes up as Whittlesey sports court upgrade begins

An overhaul of the sports court on Manor Field, Whittlesey, is due to begin with work on a replacement fence.

Free innovation event for Fenland manufacturing firms

Manufacturing firms in Fenland can sign up for a free event to access expert advice on grants and how to achieve net zero while becoming more efficient, resilient, profitable and competitive.

Next step in developing case for Whittlesey relief road

Long-term plans to tackle transport issues and boost economic growth in Whittlesey have taken a step forward as work begins on evidencing the need for a Whittlesey Southern Relief Road.

Free slow-paced football and beginners circuits classes

Spaces are still available on free circuits for beginners and slow-paced football classes for Fenland adults who consider themselves overweight.

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