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Friday, August 19, 2016
Paul Bullen
Cllr Alan Lay and Cllr Paul Clapp at FACT  premises, March.

Legal advice obtained by Cambridgeshire County Council has prompted senior officials to “ask for an urgent response” from a major community transport provider over the licences used by their drivers to ferry thousands of children to school.

Parson Drove camp site plan

A would-be holiday entrepreneur is hoping to cash in on the latest craze of Ti-Pee camping by opening a new site at Parson Drove.

Aidan Payne (Customer Service Assistant), Mayor of March, Councillor Andrew Donnelly, Harry Wilson (Team Leader), Brenda Smith (Team Leader), Wayne Shepperson (Store Colleague), Joel Mattless (Store Manager) and Sheena Robinson (Senior Colleague Development Assistant)

Today (Friday) saw the opening of the refurbished Co-operative store in Badgeney Road, March with support from mayor Councillor Andrew Donnelly.

Michelle Deller, executive committee member of the Wisbech and District Chamber of Commerce; Kevin Smith, president; Ferhat Aras, owner and Mems Yasar, store manager of Baltic International Food in Wisbech.

A shop that was given permission to trade alcohol despite the recommendations of trading standards and police has opened in Wisbech.

Phil Richardson
Fenland Enterprise Business Awards 2015

Calling all Fenland businesses this is your last chance to enter the area’s premier awards that recognise our entrepreneurs, the firms and the people that make them great.

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