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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Fenland’s finest food firms, the companies that best look after their staff and the most effective environmentally-friendly initiatives will be among those celebrated at the 2015 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards.

Topping and Co, High Street. Ely, Left: Hannah Green, Stuart Havis.

An Ely bookshop’s free glass of wine offer to visitors attending book signing sessions is under threat after East Cambs Council warned they need a special licence every time they pop a cork.

All the winners from the 2014 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards.

There is only one week left to submit your entry for the 2015 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards.

New straw pelleting plant for Ely

A straw pelleting plant near Ely won approval from East Cambs District Council.

Maxey auction

The new National Living Wage has dealt a hammer blow to a Wisbech auction house which is blaming the compulsory pay rise for a decision to close this autumn.

Ely Standard Business Awards 2013. New Business of the Year, Poets House. presented by Quotient Bioanalytical Sciences.

Two founding directors of The House Collection- that owned both Poets House, Ely and Swynford Paddocks, Six Mile Bottom near Newmarket- were made redundant the day after the group was placed in administration.

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Women in business in Cambridgeshire are set to benefit from a £1.1 million superfast broadband fund which aims to ‘end the gender pay gap’.

The winners at the 2014 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards.

The top companies and most influential leaders will be celebrated at the Fenland Enterprise Business Awards – and there is still time to enter.

Inguna Smyde owner of Loafers, Wisbech. Picture: Steve Williams.

Almost one in 10 food places in Fenland are failing to meet acceptable hygiene standards, we can reveal.

Clarence House Day Nurseries, Chatteris. Left: Jess Lavender (Little Learners), Deputy Manager Lee-Ann Watson, Manager Kristen Dutton, Erika Ringham(Big Explorers)  Picture: Steve Williams.

A Chatteris nursery, that focuses on educational-based child care, has recently been taken over by the Clarence House nursery chain.

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