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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.

Fenland District Council announces new Chairman and Cabinet members

Whittlesey councillor Alex Miscandlon received a special memento when he stepped down as Chairman of Fenland District Council after an unusually extended period in office of three years.

Transformation of Second World War pillbox adds to Benwick in Bloom achievements

Volunteers in the Benwick Street Pride / In Bloom group are continuing to create special moments for all around the village with recently completed projects and more on the horizon.

Fenland rail group joins national campaign to celebrate Britain's railways

The Hereward Community Rail Partnership will join community groups and volunteers across Britain for this year's Community Rail Week, celebrating how our historic railways connect communities and help us move towards greener and healthier travel.

Voter ID election data released by Fenland District Council

Data reveals that 99.8% of Fenland electors who voted at the polling station on Thursday 4 May showed their photo ID and were able to vote.

Council purchase of former bank will create 'fantastic opportunity' for March

Fenland District Council has confirmed the purchase of the old Barclays Bank building in Broad Street, March, as part of the multi-million pound town centre regeneration.

Walking and cycling maps launched for March and Chatteris

More walking and cycling maps aimed at encouraging Fenland residents and visitors to explore the area on foot or by bike have been launched by Fenland District Council.

Discover free support available to businesses in Fenland at event on Wednesday (May 17)

Fenland business can get complimentary tickets to a special event where they can discover all the free support available to them - including how to access funding that can cover 50 per cent of project costs.

Get involved in The Big Help Out in Fenland

Thousands of organisations across the country are taking part in The Big Help Out to mark His Majesty The King's Coronation by doing something to support their local community.

Pubs and clubs can stay open later for the coronation weekend

The Government has approved an automatic extension on licensing hours during this weekend's Coronation bank holiday.

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