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An image relating to Don't lose your voice - 2021 Annual Household Canvass gets underway
Fenland residents are being reminded not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up-to-date.
An image relating to Chance to help shape new Whittlesey Heritage Walk
A public consultation is being launched to help shape the creation of a new heritage walk in Whittlesey.
An image relating to Council extends Citizen's Advice service
Fenland District Council has extended its dedicated Citizen's Advice service to ensure residents continue to have access to free financial and employment advice as the Government furlough scheme begins to come to an end.
An image relating to Council offers to suspend empty homes premium for new owners
New owners of long-term empty homes in Fenland could be given a six-month break from paying the empty property council tax premium to help them bring the property back into use.
An image relating to Local Employer urges county's workforce to 'beet' COVID by getting the jab
A Fenland businessman who helps put food on the nation's table is helping to boost COVID vaccine uptake by fronting the first video of a new campaign.
An image relating to Putting customers at the heart of services
Fenland District Council has embarked on an ambitious transformation programme to improve customer experience and make it even easier for people to interact with the council.
An image relating to  Learn how to protect historic homes from pest infestations at latest heritage talk
Know your furniture beetle from your death watch beetle? Your silverfish from your wood weevil? Put your knowledge to the test!
An image relating to Food businesses reminded to register with Fenland District Council
Fenland District Council is reminding new food businesses that they need to register their services by law, following an online boom in business during the Covid-19 pandemic.
An image relating to Lost images of Wisbech made available in new book
Unseen historic photos of Wisbech that proved hugely popular when they went on display for the first time last year have been made available in a new book.

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