Police try to uphold law - so why did Fenland Council allow Wisbech shop to keep its alcohol licence?

PUBLISHED: 15:52 22 November 2012

ABOUT police failing in their bid to revoke Wisbech Mini Market’s alcohol licence. They are trying uphold the law but it seems Fenland District Council will not help.

If this is not stopped now, there will be more illegal trading going on.

Please wake up council and get the town sorted - get shops fixed and make it a lovely town we can be proud of.

I am a regular visitor to Wisbech to see my family. If my family didn’t live here I would never come to Wisbech again because it is very run down.

It will be the council’s fault for not stopping the trade of counterfeit alcohol.

EMILY WALLACE

Scotland

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