A new team has been voted in at the Whittlesey Business Forum.
A wildlife conservation charity, Froglife, was joined by students from Sir Harry Smith Community College to build a communal wildlife area in the Whittlesey allotments.
First glimpse of plans for a combined fire and police station in Wisbech will be unveiled at a public meeting on Monday (November 27).
Two schools in Whittlesey are among the first to receive new sports gear and free sports tuition thanks to a community fund.
Youngsters in Whittlesey are celebrating after successfully exploring the literary world and completing this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
A colourful feast of colour and music made the 10th Whittlesey Festival the best ever according to organisers.
Whittlesey Town Council voted unanimously to oppose proposals for 60 homes south east of 208 Coates Road, Coates, claiming schools can’t cope with the additional numbers.
Three men – and one woman – are the newly elected civic heads for the four Fenland towns.
Fenland District Council has announced its new chairman for 2017/18.
The police station building in Whittlesey could be bought by the town council for community use if plans get the go ahead.
Thoughts of a possible electoral upset were swiftly discounted as the votes piled up for Simon King who is on his way back to Shire Hall.
Conservative candidate Chris Boden held onto his seat for the Whittlesey North division.
Bronze Age artefacts found at a Fenland farm dubbed ‘Britain’s Pompeii’ could go on display at a heritage centre in Whittlesey.