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See the latest Fenland District Council news, events and press releases below. You can also keep up-to-date on Facebook, Twitter and with our digital newsletter The Fenlander.

Have your say on how you're involved in planning decisions

Fenland District Council is inviting comments on how it consults and engages with communities on planning matters.

Clean-up volunteers get helping hand to deter littering and anti-social behaviour

Litter heroes have been given a helping hand in their mission to keep Fenland's streets safe and tidy.

Assurances over derelict Wisbech building destroyed by fire

Fenland District Council officers have met with advisors from Historic England as efforts continue to ensure a derelict Wisbech building is restored by its owners as soon as possible.

No complaints against Fenland District Council upheld

For the fourth year running the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has found 'no fault' with the way Fenland District Council deals with complaints.

Work to dismantle March's historic fountain begins

Work to carefully dismantle March's Coronation Fountain as part of the town centre regeneration has begun this week (8 August).

One of March's oldest buildings gets a facelift with Council support

One of March's oldest Conservation Area buildings is getting a new lease of life with support from Fenland District Council.

Call for help to find breeders of abandoned dogs

Three sets of young dogs have been abandoned in Fenland in recent months, leading to fears puppies are being bred and dumped when owners fail to sell them.

Free home efficiency service launches in Friday Bridge to help residents save energy with heat pumps

Heat Pumps for Friday Bridge is a new free service that, in partnership with the Council, is offering residents of Friday Bridge advice and support to help them improve the efficiency of their home heating systems and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by installing a heat pump.

Wisbech welcomes exciting new play area

Children and families are invited to come and enjoy Wisbech Park this summer after renovations to a much-loved play area were unveiled.

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