A potential major investment by the Chinese into the Fens has been scuppered partly by uncertainty over Brexit, says a report by Fenland District Council.
Congratulations to the Hereward Community Rail Partnership on the new logo and marketing materials.
It is full steam ahead for the future of community rail in Fenland after a community partnership has been relaunched with a new logo and branding.
More volunteers have joined Fenland’s Travel Champions following a training session funded by CrossCountry.
An attempt to crack down on anti-social behaviour at a notorious Chatteris car park has seen the arrival of new speed bumps.
The mid-week market in March has plunged in popularity, says a report to Fenland District Council.
A new bus route for Wisbech is said to make it “even easier to travel around the town”.
Community groups wanting to give disused land and buildings a new lease of life in the New Year are being invited to apply for a conservation grant from Fenland District Council.
Five people caught spitting in Wisbech in just one month were each handed a £75 fixed penalty notice by the enforcement team hired by Fenland District Council to crackdown on anti social behaviour.
A free High Street gutter clean is coming to Wisbech just days ahead of the Royal Visit by HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
A Fenland rail station has improved its carbon footprint and boosted passenger safety after having new solar-powered lights installed.
People are being asked to give their views on the impact of street drinking rules in Wisbech as part of a 12-month review.
Dilapidated frontages in Wisbech High Street will be redeveloped into new shops and flats after crumbling bricks could fall on taxpayers if left to rot.
What are Fenland’s rural transport needs and how could these be better met in future?
Have street drinking restrictions had an impact in Wisbech? That’s what Fenland District Council (FDC) wants to find out in their survey.
Plans to restore Wisbech’s High Street to its ‘former glory’ are being revealed during the Heritage Open Days held across the region this month.
A photograph posted to social media over the weekend of three men sleeping on public benches near to Wisbech town centre has provoked a storm of controversy.
Hundreds of primary schoolchildren learned vital safety skills as part of a series of interactive workshops being held across Fenland.