An annual grass cutting programme is underway across Fenland with the equivalent of more than 3,000 football pitches set to be mowed.
Enforcement officers tackling littering and dog fouling crimes on the streets of Fenland are set to dedicate time for community activities as part of a new contract.
A state-of-the-art skate park has been officially opened in Wisbech after a huge community effort to provide young people with a new and improved facility.
March Street Pride has been awarded £4,000 to help them create a new floral project in the town.
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.
An attempt to crack down on anti-social behaviour at a notorious Chatteris car park has seen the arrival of new speed bumps.
A skate park in Wisbech will be ready for action in February after work started on the Bath Road venue.
A proposal to keep free collection points for sharps boxes at selected pharmacies and GP surgeries across Fenland has been agreed by councillors.
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.
A fly tipper who came into March on Sunday has made it easier for Fenland Council to trace him after a Cambridge resident's name and address was found on letters left among the debris.
More than 5,000 people are expected to attend Wisbech's annual Christmas Fayre this year on Sunday, December 9.
Whittlesey residents are taking the lead on tackling dog fouling following the launch of the town's 'Green Dog Walkers scheme'.
Young people are being asked to give their views on plans for a new skate park in March that could be ready for summer 2019.
A record number of volunteers who put pride in their communities and help make Fenland a cleaner, greener place for all to enjoy have been recognised at a special award ceremony.
£47,000 of funding aims to give one of Fenland's oldest play parks a new lease of life.