Open day today for neighbours to find out more about Wimblington firm Fengrain’s plans for anaerobic digester

11:47 19 June 2014

Fengrain, Wimblington. Picture: HELEN DRAKE

Fengrain, Wimblington. Picture: HELEN DRAKE


A Fenland grain producer is holding an open day today to show off plans for an anaerobic digester.

Plans will be on display at the firm’s premises at Hook Lane, Wimblington, between 3-8pm, before they formally apply for planning permission.

Earlier this month, Fenland District Council approved an anaerobic digestion plant on land east of Greys Farm in Iretons Way, Chatteris - about 500m from Mepal Outdoor Centre.


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