Wisbech, England Newswire (Page 4)

Wisbech, England Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. March man aged 50 remains in police custody following his arrest on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 11 | Wisbech Standard

    He was detained last night after being taken to March Police Station following a sting by an on line internet vigilante group. Members of the group - that calls itself Keeping Kids Safe - did a 200 mile round trip from their homes to confront the man outside his home.

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  2. Sutton Bridge marina to be officially openedRead the original story

    Monday Sep 11 | Spalding Today

    The marina will cater for up to 20 leisure boats, as well as the Port of Wisbech Harbour Authority vessels and the Eastern Inshore Fisheries and conservation protection vessel. The new marina has been developed by Lincolnshire County Council and Fenland District Council, as the Port Authority for the River Nene, but there is also the potential for further investment to extend it in future.

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  3. Fenland Council act to stop HMO in Wisbech that town council...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 11 | Ely Standard

    Fenland Council has moved to stop a second property from being converted into a house in multiple occupation despite the proposal winning partial support from Wisbech Town Council. Thomas Munt wanted to turn the A 200,000 large detached house in Prince Street into an eight bedroom HMO for 10 residents but Fenland planners refused the application.

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  4. Willow emerald damselfly makes home at WWT Welney Wetland CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Wisbech Standard

    The willow emerald damselfly has become more and more widespread in the UK within the last 10 years - before that there had only been two UK records for the insect. Unlike other damselfly species, the willow emerald lays its eggs in willow trees that overhang bodies of water, rather than using soft plants on or beneath the surface of the water.

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  5. Haddenham man's CD brings Cambridgeshire to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Wisbech Standard

    Dick said: "The idea was to write songs about Cambridgeshire and among the tracks are songs about Wicken Fen, the A10, Haddenham, Mill Road and Ely, in addition to the traffic jams in Cambridge. "All of the bands and artists gave their time for free and both the recording studio and production company are Cambridge based, and the design company are in Ely, so it's a truly local project."

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  6. Mayor James Palmer: Clarification and apologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Wisbech Standard

    Over the weekend of August 25/26 a story appeared on our website about the allowances received by James Palmer, the mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The article in its original form wrongly stated the mayor would receive a rise of 11 per cent from the beginning of the next financial year.

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  7. Fixed penalties suggest Wisbech is number one Fenland town for dog...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Cambs Times

    A man gets issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice in Wisbech for dropping litter , and enforcement officers on patrol in Wisbech town centre. PHOTOS: Fenland District Council Wisbech is by far the worst offending town in Fenland for dog fouling, litter and illegal parking, according to figures released by the district council.

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  8. Christine Whelan elected as district councillor for Ely South after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Wisbech Standard

    Lib Dem Christine Whelan took only their party's third seat on East Cambs District Council following a spectacular by election win yesterday. "We did it!" she tweeted soon after the result was declared.

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  9. Book honouring 'March Hero' Jim Hocking is relaunched in FenlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Wisbech Standard

    Fenland welcomed friends from Australia this week to commemorate the relaunch of a book dedicated to a young war hero who sacrificed his life to protect the people of March. March Hero, originally published in 2007, tells the story of Australian pilot officer Jim Hocking who died on July 28, 1944, after the Stirling bomber he was piloting caught fire on a training flight.

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  10. Woman gets up from scooter to push girl into fountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Daily Mail

    Woman gets out of her mobility scooter to push teenage girl into a fountain - while holding a beer - as drunken brawl kicks off in churchyard This is the moment a woman in a village churchyard got up from her mobility scooter to push a teenage girl into a fountain while allegedly holding a beer. Student Dainius Nevardauskas was waiting for a friend in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, when he claims he watched a 'drunken' girl ask for a cigarette from two teenagers.

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  11. Gary Setchell appointed as manager of Wisbech Town following Dick Creasey's resignationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 8 | Cambs Times

    The 42 year-old returns for a second spell in the Fenmen hotseat following the resignation of Dick Creasey earlier this week. Setchell left Wisbech to take up that post with the Linnets, when they were re-formed, but now returns to the Elgoods Fenland Stadium.

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  12. River rescue drama as Sudbury crew competing in Great Ouse Marathon...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Wisbech Standard

    A rowing crew - with an average age of early 60s - have described how they interrupted competing in the Great Ouse Marathon to affect a dramatic river rescue. The Sudbury Rowing Club foursome was in mid race and in competition with 111 other crews from across the UK when they spotted the man in difficulties.

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  13. Chance for Wisbech landlords, tenants and community to have their say on rented housing issuesRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 7 | Fenland Today

    Wednesday sees a chance for Wisbech landlords, their tenants and the wider community have their say on how to improve standards in the private rented sector in the town. One of the things being considered is selective licensing covering up to seven wards in the town - a move that was previously shelved after the governing Conservative group decided they did not want to proceed with the scheme.

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  14. Charity now have tandem bikes to help blind and visually impaired in the Fens to get out and aboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Wisbech Standard

    A local charity is looking for volunteers to help them to provide tandem cycling rides in the Fens for the blind and visually impaired. They've taken delivery of two tandem bikes in the Chatteris area and with the help and support of volunteer sighted pilots are ready to begin.

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  15. Arts Alive programme announced for Wisbech, Chatteris, March, Soham and Littleport librariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Wisbech Standard

    Funded by Arts Council England and created in partnership with Babylon ARTS, 'The Library Presents...Arts Alive' "brings performances and workshops into the heart of villages and towns across the county" said a spokesman. The programme, chosen by Library Friends groups and local communities for each library, features music, theatre, magic, art, literature and puppetry.

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  16. Teenager snatches A 20 note from 72-year-old man who was walking along Norwich Road, WisbechRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Ely Standard

    A teenager ran past a 72-year-old man in Wisbech last night and snatched a 20 note from his hand. She posted to Facebook "a message that I hope reaches the little brat who stole from my granddad last nigh".

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  17. Wisbech man publishes book on life during Second World WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Wisbech Standard

    In November 2016 Kevin Rodgers published a book about the bands that used to play at the Corn Exchange in Wisbech in the 1960s. "The story of bombs that fell on Wisbech is retold in detail and memories of those involved are given," Kevin said.

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  18. Mitchell Bird, of Wisbech, found guilty of murdering West Walton man...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Eastern Daily Press

    A Wisbech man who launched "a malicious and brutal attack with a hammer" during a row over drugs has been found guilty of murder. Mitchell Bird, 29, of Cox Close, was found guilty of the murder of Bradley Carter following a trial at Cambridge Crown Court today .

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  19. Fens publican Nigel Marsh says 'thanks but no thanks' to council...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Wisbech Standard

    Publican Nigel Marsh says his bar staff are all provided with protective ear muffs but it is their choice whether to wear them. Publican Nigel Marsh said 'thank you but no thank you' after council bosses invited him to a voluntary interview under caution over alleged health and safety issues.

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  20. Almost time for tea at Wisbech & Fenland MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Cambs Times

    The additions come after members of the museum spoke with visitors, which gained support for equipment from the Association of Independent Museums. The tearoom is one of several new services the museum is trialling to support itself in the short term and in working towards a longer term re-development of the building, displays and site in the future.

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