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The Abbey Group is to build two new wind turbines.

A Whittlesey-based renewable energy developer has been given the green light to build a pair of new wind turbines after receiving a big funding boost.

Cllr Alan Lay and Cllr Paul Clapp at FACT  premises, March.

Legal advice obtained by Cambridgeshire County Council has prompted senior officials to “ask for an urgent response” from a major community transport provider over the licences used by their drivers to ferry thousands of children to school.

ALS Food and Pharmaceutical.

A Cambridgeshire food and pharmaceutical testing firm has welcomed the Growth Commission’s final report on the London-Stansted-Cambridgeshire corridor which revealed that its value has risen by over six per cent.

Parson Drove camp site plan

A would-be holiday entrepreneur is hoping to cash in on the latest craze of Ti-Pee camping by opening a new site at Parson Drove.

Ely bypass bridge visualisation

The same company building the £50million station to serve Cambridge Science Park has now won the £35 million contract to build Ely’s southern by pass.

Aidan Payne (Customer Service Assistant), Mayor of March, Councillor Andrew Donnelly, Harry Wilson (Team Leader), Brenda Smith (Team Leader), Wayne Shepperson (Store Colleague), Joel Mattless (Store Manager) and Sheena Robinson (Senior Colleague Development Assistant)

Today (Friday) saw the opening of the refurbished Co-operative store in Badgeney Road, March with support from mayor Councillor Andrew Donnelly.

Current Ward Gethin Archer Solicitors staff and John Thorogood

Ward Gethin Archer solicitors has opened a new office in Chatteris, taking their total number of branches up to eight.

Fenland Enterprise Business Awards 2015

Calling all Fenland businesses this is your last chance to enter the area’s premier awards that recognise our entrepreneurs, the firms and the people that make them great.

Fenland Enterprise Business Awards 2015
Employer of the Year Winner and Finalists

As anyone who runs a business will tell you its people are the most important asset which is why Fenland Business Awards include the Employer of the Year Award.

MEP Vicky Ford at G's

MEP Vicky Ford claims G’s of Ely – Europe’s largest salad grower- will move their headquarters out of Cambridgeshire to the continent if Britain votes to leave the EU.

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