A new theatre production promoting healthy relationships will be touring Fenland colleges.
Fenland’s Golden Age Fairs continued to go from strength to strength this week as almost 120 people turned out for the latest event in Wisbech.
Thirteen years after its official opening by the Princess Royal, the Oasis Community Centre in Wisbech hosted a second royal visit today, that of the Duke of Gloucester.
Fenland’s free ‘Golden Age Fair’ is returning to the region this month with an event held at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech.
A new slimming group is launching in Wisbech to help people pile off the pounds like a member who lost 10 stone in less than two years.
A Wisbech drama club aim to help bring people together after making the change to a Community Interest Company (CIC).
A renovated children’s playground officially re-opened at The Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech during the Rose Fair on Saturday (July 7).
Thomas Clarkson Academy has become the first school in the area to start regularly donating its leftover food to the homeless.
It was flags and bunting at the ready as Wisbech celebrated the royal wedding in style.
The Ferry Project in Wisbech, has been awarded £600 towards a new kitchen, thanks to a donation from local house builder, CALA Homes.
For the second time in six years, council tax payers face a 30 per cent rise in the local precept set by Wisbech Town Council.
The Wisbech and West Norfolk Rock Choir staged a concert raising much needed funds for the Make a Wish charity – raising over £2,000 with more to come.
An 80’s disco is being held at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech with all profits going towards local homelessness charity, the Ferry Project.