Business news

Friday, October 23, 2020

Opening of a new Co-op on the outskirts of a Cambridgeshire village has been delayed.

If you’re a puzzles or games fan walking into the Outer Rim Toys shop, you would be instantly spoilt for choice.

Fenland District Council is to agree a third bailout of Freedom Leisure to ensure centres in March, Chatteris, Whittlesey and Wisbech remain open and solvent.

At March Quality Meats, business has not stopped flowing as they aim to continue making an impact on the local community.

For one employee, Greetings is not just a place of work, but a lifeline for her and her family.

We come to you on a mission – to encourage you to support your local independent businesses.

Kelly Grey, manager of Cakes and Daisies, is certainly not one to sport a frown when the chips are down.

An East Cambridgeshire Construction company has “expanded considerably” by buying a new fleet of small trucks, excavators and lorries after seeing a smaller side of its business unexpectedly boom during the Covid-19 lockdown.

The chairman of the audit and accounts committee of Cambridgeshire County Council expressed frustration over delays to a probe into the awarding the tenancy of a council owned farm to deputy leader Cllr Roger Hickford.

Fast expanding Aldi could be on its way to March – and within a stone’s throw of its big rival Tesco.

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Saturday, October 24, 2020

The Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Mrs Julie Spence OBE QPM presented March Boxing Club with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service Award at the BRSA Club. March.

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