I was extremely disappointed to see yet another tree being felled in Wisbech Park.
March Street Pride has been awarded £4,000 to help them create a new floral project in the town.
A battle to build a house on an overgrown site in Wisbech has been won by developers after plans were refused due to crime and living conditions.
It is full steam ahead for the future of community rail in Fenland after a community partnership has been relaunched with a new logo and branding.
Beverley Agass, the chief executive of South Cambridgeshire District Council and a former executive director of Fenland District Council, has suddenly left her post.
An indoor bowls club in Wisbech that has been forced out of the Hudson Leisure Centre will fold in two months unless a new venue is found.
A Wisbech shop has lost an appeal to install roller shutters to protect against anti-social behaviour after more than 200 crimes in the area in two years.
A landmark 30 metre beech tree in Wisbech Park is being felled after an inspection found it poses a risk to the public.
A vandal-stricken fountain in Wisbech is flowing with a new-look design after being restored.
A popular March town centre car park has been given a new lease of life following a £250,000 renovation by Fenland District Council.
There are nearly as many rough sleepers on the streets of Fenland – and mainly Wisbech – than in Cambridge.
New One Stop Shop services could be set up in empty office space in Wisbech and Fenland Hall in March.
An empty bowls centre in Long Sutton could be an “ideal alternative” to save the Hudson Indoor Bowls Club from collapse after their hall at the town’s leisure centre will be turned into a gym.
Mayor James Palmer has been asked to step in and help to protect a £1.9million lottery grant to rejuvenate part of Wisbech.
A campaign has been launched to raise £5,000 for a memorial in Chatteris to mark three “horrendous” crashes that saw dozen of airmen killed during the Second World War.
A focus group to look at improving bus transportation from Peterborough to rural villages and towns in Cambridgeshire has been set up by council bosses.
More volunteers have joined Fenland’s Travel Champions following a training session funded by CrossCountry.
Fenland Council has promised no let up in their battle to stop spitting in the street and people dropping cigarette butts on the pavement.
CCTV control in Fenland will be moved to Peterborough in a bid to save more than £60,000 and reduce crime in both areas.
A skate park in Wisbech will be ready for action in February after work started on the Bath Road venue.
Fenland Council is taking to Twitter to test public opinion on its future plans.
Burial charges in Fenland cemeteries are set to rocket – with cost increases ranging from 13.5 per cent in some instances to as high as 45 per cent in just two years.
The mid-week market in March has plunged in popularity, says a report to Fenland District Council.
Fenland Twinning Association is looking for new people to join to strengthen its ties with Germany and Australia.
Christmas came early at Fenland Hall in March as more than £1,600 was donated to Macmillan Cancer Support.
A proposal to keep free collection points for sharps boxes at selected pharmacies and GP surgeries across Fenland has been agreed by councillors.
A new bus route for Wisbech is said to make it “even easier to travel around the town”.
Community groups wanting to give disused land and buildings a new lease of life in the New Year are being invited to apply for a conservation grant from Fenland District Council.
A £4 million development at the site of a former agricultural garage in Chatteris – which will be named after two brothers who died in the First World War – will see new homes built for disabled adults.
Five people caught spitting in Wisbech in just one month were each handed a £75 fixed penalty notice by the enforcement team hired by Fenland District Council to crackdown on anti social behaviour.