A one minute 12 second tourism advertisement produced by Fenland Council that produced a mixed response when it was aired in January, is to be followed by two others.
Fenland District Youth Council has been given a big face-lift – and is hoping to reach out into the community and give young people a voice in political matters as an independent group for the first time in its 11-year history.
A week after they revealed details of their probable transfer to an outside body, Fenland Council says its four leisure centres are likely to achieve a record £2.3 million income this year.
Within the next 15 months Fenland District Council expects to hand over the running of its four leisure centres to an outside body.
A free app has been launched that enables customers at Fenland District Council’s four New Vision Fitness leisure centres to manage all their bookings on their smartphones, tablets or laptops.
The great outdoors is the focus of a new film advert promoting tourism in Fenland.
A “Magnificent 7” collection of Black Friday deals are on offer at Fenland District Council’s four leisure centres this weekend.
Pupils at Glebelands Primary School in Chatteris will soon be enjoying a splashing time after winning second prize in MP Steve Barclay’s Read to Succeed campaign.
An emergency meeting of Wisbech Town Council will take place on Monday to decide if they should make a bid for Wisbech Castle.
Kids on holiday, hours to fill, six Olympic medals – what’s not to like about swimming? Throw in a giant inflatable and the pool has to be the place to go this summer.
Learn how to operate life saving equipment in 15 locations around March in a series of workshops being held this month.
Work is to start this month on a £823,000 energy-saving programme for Fenland’s four leisure centres.