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Saturday, May 28, 2016
Fenland Big Weekender

Ten young entrepreneurs – between the ages of 14 and 19- are being offered the chance to make a name for themselves …..with a £10 note.

Station road, Manea. Development. Picture: Steve Williams

Developers struggling to find a housing association willing to take four affordable homes in Manea off their hands – being built as part of the original contract- believe they have found a solution.

Eastrea Cross Drove Level Crossing, Whittlesey.

MP Steve Barclay spoke today of the possibility of “significant local disruption” if Network Rail presses ahead with closing 11 level crossings in NE Cambs.

Scud launcher arriving in March

March businessman Richard Moore fears a vote to leave the EU in next month’s referendum will force him to either close or relocate his weaponry business.

Rachel Price and Rob Skoulding

March beauty therapist Rachel Price is celebrating after the town’s mayor Councillor Rob Skoulding officially opened her new salon - Belle Amie.

Sarah Cliss Nick Cooper Rob Skoulding (Mayor) and Jan French

The Cycle shop in March conquered other town centre businesses to triumph in the annual St George’s Day best dressed window competition.

Sarah Scott-Foster

Archant Events and Exhibitions Manager, Sarah Scott-Foster, gives her top tips for submitting an award-winning entry in this year’s Fenland Business Awards.

The photo shows (left to right): Steve Fisher and John Anker pictured out the front of the Bulley Davey office on The Crescent, Wisbech.

Two local accountants are celebrating 40 years at the Wisbech office of accountants firm Bulley Davey.

Company owner Sheena Hartley with skippe Mike Kelly

Upwell-based Narrow Waters Luxury Cruises is celebrating after being a finalist in the eleventh annual Countryside Alliance Awards, nicknamed the Rural Oscars.

Tesco, Chatteris.

Tesco is still talking to other retailers in an attempt to sub-let its mothballed store in Chatteris.

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