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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.

Help give Fenland a spring clean this March!

Community litter picks organised as part of a national clean-up campaign are among the events being held by Fenland's amazing Street Pride groups throughout March.

Temporary junction closure in March for essential safety works (4 - 10 March)

The junction of Dartford Road and Broad Street, March, will be closed from Monday, 4 March, to Sunday, 10 March, for essential safety works following the discovery of a void beneath the road surface.

Consideration of legal challenge in bid to block Wisbech incinerator

Fenland District Council will decide on Monday (Feb 26) whether to seek legal advice on a potential challenge to the Secretary of State's decision to allow Wisbech incinerator to be built.

Wisbech incinerator given go-ahead despite opposition

Councillors are united with residents and representatives across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk in disappointment and "disgust" that the proposal for a large incinerator in the Medworth ward of Wisbech was today (Tues, Feb 20) given permission by the Secretary of State.

Toilet block demolition signifies next step in March town centre regeneration

The transformation of March town centre has taken another step forward this week with the demolition of the existing toilet block.

Council urges the rising number of people in Fenland facing homelessness to seek help early

Anyone in Fenland who is worried they may face homelessness is urged to contact the district council for help.

Call for change on critical drainage funding

The Government has been urged to reform funding for Internal Drainage Boards which is "crippling" a small number of councils' budgets.

Over £34,000 awarded to arts, culture and heritage organisations across Fenland

Local artists, museums and festivals are among 19 organisations set to receive a share of more than £34,000 from the first round of the Fenland Culture Fund, boosting arts, culture and heritage across the district.

Join Street Pride and make a difference in Fenland this February!

Passionate about driving positive change? Want to help make your community cleaner and greener? Join the Street Pride movement this February!

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