Around £120,000 of government funding will kick-start a project to better understand migration in Fenland to help “prepare for post-Brexit challenges”.
A new project aiming to improve the English of Fenland’s migrant population is being launched thanks to £110,500 of government funding.
A Wisbech bus re-launched last summer after a previous attempt – and £52,000 in subsidies failed – is once again under threat.
An Outewll woman who has been the manager of Wisbech’s Rosmini Centre for 11 years was presented with an MBE by the Queen for her services to the community.
A team of “prisoners” will be spending the night in March Police station to raise money for a young mum who wants to spend as long as possible with her son after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
A pioneering community centre leader has sent a huge vote of thanks to the staff and volunteers at the centre she runs after being named in the New Year’s honours list for an MBE.
The Wisbech Music Society is to host an evening of fiddle music inspired by folk traditions from England, Eastern Europe and across the world.
They’re paid an extra £5,000 a year and their appointments have been heavily criticised by opposition councillors,
Councillors are hoping its second time lucky for a community bus service in Wisbech to Tesco in Cromwell Road after the first attempt swallowed up more than £52,000 in subsidies but was still scrapped.