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Thursday, May 11, 2017

It prides itself on being Europe’s largest tree specialist and Barcham near Ely is now considering a massive expansion of its visitor offering with an arboretum, 125 cover restaurant, shops, a lake and conference facilities.

Promoter Jason Wright has admitted he used pre-ticket sale cash to pay creditors ahead of the cancelled Derek Acorah ‘Whispers from Heaven’ gig at Wisbech St Mary.

The opening of the new Ely branch of McDonald’s has been postponed.

Jobs could be at risk following the news today that Burger King, Wisbech, is one of 30 outlets across the UK which has gone into administration.

A one minute 12 second tourism advertisement produced by Fenland Council that produced a mixed response when it was aired in January, is to be followed by two others.

It is unquestionably one of Ely’s most iconic additions – a five bedroom, luxurious riverside hotel that was once a working barge.

Tulips have set a Norfolk field ablaze with colour under the late spring sunshine.

The controversial switch of MMUK and MM Flowers from Chatteris – where they employ up to 400 workers- to Alconbury is nearing completion.

MP Steve Barclay has accused the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (LEP) of remaining silent on re-opening of the Wisbech rail line despite the board announcing funding for Ely North improvements.

March firm PCML (Precise Component Manufacture Ltd) has become the latest proud owner of a defibrillator.

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