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A new purpose built wetland habitat has officially opened next to the Welney centre.

Save money on you winter fuel bills with a fun new advice website

Children in Fenland could help their families save hundreds of pounds on their winter energy bills by logging on to a new website.

Inside Oak tree farm nursery

Two friends have set up their second day nursery on the site of a small farm.

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Chatteris Co-op supermarket looks set to close early in the new year with the loss of jobs.

Firearms handed in as part of the gun amnesty.

A gun amnesty has seen 204 items surrendered in 11 days.

Sport

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Stuart Cobb salvaged a point for Wisbech Town in a scrappy 1-1 draw at Deeping Rangers last night.

Solomon Prestidge.

Wisbech picked up their first away of the season in dramatic, if controversial, circumstances.

Denny Escorcio. Picture: Steve Williams.

March Town United have been notoriously slow starters this campaign but that changed against Haverhill Borough on Saturday ... they were 3-0 up after 37 minutes.

National Success for Wisbech Swimming Club,Lucy Ryan.

A Wisbech Swimming Club competitor won two bronzes medals at the British Gas ASA National Masters and Senior Championships at Sheffield.

FRC competitor Dean Clark got covered in mud during his leg.

A record 112 teams braved wet and muddy conditions as they turned out for March AC’s MKM building supplies Hereward Relay on Sunday.

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Special open days for Christmas have become tradition at Peckover House, in Wisbech, with the event becoming ever more popular each year.

March will be lit up for Christmas on Friday, November 28.

Fenland starts lighting up for Christmas next week with three towns turning on their festive street decorations in three days.

Princess Theatre at Hunstanton

Enjoy the magic of Christmas this year at the Princess Theatre, Hunstanton, with three shows to get people in the festive spirit.

Burghleys parkland is open throughout the Christmas period and is the perfect setting for a winter walk.

Christmas will be even more sparkling this year at England’s greatest Elizabethan house – with a free craft fair, extra seasonal shopping and a feast of festive food.

Young performers rehearsing their roles for King's Lynn Corn Exchange's pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange has begun its magical Christmas journey with rehearsals under way for this year’s pantomime, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

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