Here are some news stories from the last week that you may have missed in the Wisbech Standard.

Click on the links to read the full story.

A closure order has been extended for a piece of land in Wisbech which has been subject to litter, trespassing and rough sleeping.

Wisbech Standard: The land in Wisbech.The land in Wisbech. (Image: Cambridgeshire Police)

Read more about the closure order and the location of the land here.


On Track Wisbech, an independent school in the area, celebrated success this week as it was awarded the School of Excellence Award by Thrive.

Wisbech Standard: Lewis Griffiths of Thrive, Mayoress of Wisbech Mrs Janet Tanfield, Natasha Moore and Gemma Adams of

Read what the school had to say here.


Steve Barclay MP apologised this week for not recusing himself sooner from a decision on the Wisbech incinerator.

Wisbech Standard: Environment Secretary and North East Cambridgeshire MP Steve Barclay has apologised for not

Read Mr Barclay's apology in full by clicking here.


The Wisbech Rainbows and Brownies managed to raise a whopping £200 for their units by holding an Easter Bazaar - Well done girls!

Wisbech Standard: The Wisbech Rainbows and 3rd Wisbech Brownies raised £200 by holding an Easter bazaar in aid of

Read more by clicking here.


Workers at Asda Wisbech went on strike over the Easter weekend following a dispute over cuts to hours and much more.

Wisbech Standard: The GMB Union says over 170 Asda workers are set to strike.

Click here to read more about why Asda workers are striking.


In the rugby world, Wisbech proved too tough for West Norfolk to beat at a match at Harecroft Road.

Wisbech Standard: DoR Veenendaal congratulating Man-of-the-Match Ethan Garford.

Read the rugby report here.