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New grants launch to support Fenland businesses affected by Omicron

Fenland businesses impacted by the Omicron variant can now apply for the latest COVID-19 government grant schemes.

Open Day at Fenland's new independent veterinary practice

Silver Green Vets, which opened at our business premises at Venture House, Boleness Road, Wisbech, earlier this month, is holding an Open Day on Sunday, 30 January 2022.

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.

Wisbech Park welcomes new cherry trees

The final four cherry trees gifted to Fenland to celebrate the friendship between Japan and the UK have been planted in Wisbech Park.

Free talk: Discover more about medieval tiles and their local connections

A medieval tile maker will be demonstrating the traditional craft and talking about tiles with historical connections to Wisbech at an online heritage talk later this month.

Fenland becomes home to Japanese Sakura Cherry Tree Project

Cherry blossoms are set to bloom in parks, gardens, and communities across Fenland thanks to the gift of 24 trees as part of the Sakura Cherry Tree Project.

CityFibre gets to work on futureproofing March's digital foundations with £5m Full Fibre investment

Work to bring full fibre connectivity within reach of thousands of homes and businesses in March gets underway today (10 January) as CityFibre, the UK's largest independent full fibre platform, breaks ground on a new infrastructure rollout that will futureproof the town's digital needs for generations to come.

Share your views on Council's draft Business Plan and Budget for 2022/23

Residents are being invited to share their views on how Fenland District Council plans to serve the district and manage its finances over the next 12 months.

Fenland's recycling efforts buck national trend

Fenland District Council's 'Team of the Year' has been praised for helping the district buck the national trend for the amount of waste recycled in 2020/21.

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