We do not understand why you are publishing the wrong pictures of the footpath in March. The footpath shown in your photographs is NOT closing.
Last year I was at a Wisbech Town Council meeting to support a proposal put forward by Councillor Virginia Bucknor for a 20mph speed limit in Waterlees Village.
It is a privilege and a pleasure to invite you all to attend the 52nd Rose Fair parades, which take place tomorrow.
My wife has a copy of the King James Bible, dated 1873 (in Roman numerals).
I recently wrote regarding the Duff family of Wisbech as I am trying to find out their origins – and I was happy to receive two replies to my appeal.
Parkfield Sports & Social Club, in Wimblington, runs monthly quiz nights on a Sunday with all funds raised being ploughed back into local groups, events and projects.
On Tuesday, June 16, Chatteris Town Council convened an extraordinary meeting to consider Aldi’s planning application to convert the former Co-operative store into its new supermarket.
Having learnt of the decision of Fenland District Council planning committee to approve 30 homes proposed by the Wilkinson Building Project, subject to archaeology matters.
On behalf of the people of Chatteris, I would like to express my sincere appreciation of the hard work carried out by volunteers in the town over the past few weeks.
An excellent and highly informative letter from Councillor Stephen Court (June 19).
I agree wholeheartedly with Martyn Lancaster regarding the decision to pass plans for the extra houses to be built at Berryfield.
It is with disappointment that I hear that FDC planing committee have recommended approval for the building of 30 houses on land east of Berryfield in March.
David Cameron’s support for the Independent Parliamentary Standard’s Authority (Ipsa) to determine what MPs are paid stands in stark contrast to his previous position.
As far as North Cambs Hospital is safe, may I remind you of what happened with the Bowthorpe maternity hospital.
I see Graham Nourse, Head of Fenland District Council Planning Department is already suggesting that the application for 220 houses at Whittlesey Showfields will be recommended for approval by the Planning Officers.
Let’s hope the Fenland Planning Councillors use their common sense to determine the application for 220 houses next week.
After attending Fenland District Council’s planning meeting last week I was amazed at the speed at which the houses for Berryfield were rubber-stamped.
I found Peter Wright’s remarks and the names of the members of the Locomotive Home Guard interesting.
Your article on the proposed anaerobic digester at Horsey Toll is perhaps a little premature.
I would like to wish Steve Barclay, newly re-elected MP for NE Cambs, luck in his new role of Government Whip in David Cameron’s new administration. He will certainly need it.