Council taxpayers in Wisbech will provide £2,000 towards the cost of replacing the stand at Wisbech Town FC that was wrecked by Storm Ciara.
Villagers have reacted furiously to the news that a road closed for part of last year for improvement work will close for a further 45 weeks after a culvert collapsed.
One of the fastest growing Facebook pages locally is Welney Flood Watch that monitors water levels along the A1101 through the village.
Wisbech Town secretary Spencer Larham has shared his delight with the football community’s efforts as work begins to replace one of its stands destroyed by Storm Ciara.
North Bank road is expected to stay closed after the Environment Agency issued a flood warning, the council has announced.
Work has started to dismantle a football stand damaged by Storm Ciara, as its team cancels its upcoming fixture.
Move out Ciara, there’s a new storm on the block and he is heading straight for Cambridgeshire with “very strong winds”.
A van has flipped into a Fenland river after snow and ice hit the county.
The footballing community is rallying behind Wisbech Town FC to help them back on their feet after Storm Ciara ripped through their £13,000 stand.