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Wisbech Town Council

Serving the people of Wisbech

Wisbech Town Council Chamber, 1 North Brink

Town Clerk: Terry Jordan
1 North Brink, Wisbech
Cambridgeshire PE13 1JR

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    Wisbech Christmas Fayre Sunday 11 December

    Wisbech Christmas Fayre
    Town Centre – Sunday 11 December 2016 10am – 3pm
    Free parking available in all car parks including the Horsefair.

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    Wisbech allotments

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    Wisbech Market

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Latest News

Housing Consultation Exhibition

Housing Consultation Exhibition

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 11:04 by Susanah Farmer

A Press Release from FDC today."Help to shape the development of East WisbechLocal people are being given a chance to help shape the development that will bring about 1,500 new homes to East Wisbech.The new housing is earmarked for the area to the south of Walsoken. It has already been approved in principle through the Local Plans that have been adopted by Fenland District Council and King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council.Now people are being invited to have their say on the development at a consultation exhibition being held at Walsoken Village Hall, Kirkgate Street, Wisbech, on Monday, December 12 (2-8pm).Staff from the two councils and other key stakeholders will be on hand to answer any questions. People will also be able to suggest what sort of facilities they think should accompany the new homes.All the feedback will help to shape the "Broad Concept Plan", a high-level masterplan, that will form the template for considering future planning applications on the site.As something that is already part of the two councils' Local Plans, the East Wisbech development should be completed within the next 15 years.It is completely separate from the Wisbech Garden Town proposal, which is a much longer-term vision."

No Cold Calling Zones (NCCZ)

No Cold Calling Zones (NCCZ)

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 16:41 by Susanah Farmer

Did you know that Wisbech has No Cold Calling Zones (NCCZ) in Robin Mews, Heron Road, Kestrel Drive, Albert Court, Golding Place, Milner Road, Prospect Place and Raymond Street?
These zones were set up to discourage cold callers and to give residents the confidence to say 'no' to uninvited sales people – helping to prevent people falling victim to distraction burglars and rogue traders.

Whilst the zones were originally introduced by Cambridgeshire Trading Standards, it is recognised that community-led action is much more effective in protecting local people from unscrupulous tradespeople. Indeed, the best prevention and support for residents comes from within their own community. More »

We can offer a range of materials for your residents including door stickers, advice on how to spot a rogue trader and tips to prevent unwanted mail and phone calls. We invite a local coordinator to disseminate this information and look after a NCCZ on behalf of its residents. This would preferably be someone living within the zone but could also be someone residing close by. Could that be you?
If you feel you can help, even if your time and ability is limited, we would love to hear from you. A NCCZ can really be reinvigorated with a little community action; just a good neighbour keeping an eye out makes all the difference.

For more information please contact Elaine Mountfort, Community Protection Officer at elaine.mountfort@cambridgeshire.gov.uk or on 01954 286006 or 07810 153604. » Less

Election of a Councillor for the WATERLEES VILLAGE WARD OF THE TOWN OF WISBECH STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED

Election of a Councillor for the WATERLEES VILLAGE WARD OF THE TOWN OF WISBECH STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED

Sun, 13 Nov 2016 14:53 by Susanah Farmer

Election of a Councillor
for the WATERLEES VILLAGE WARD
OF THE TOWN OF WISBECH
STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED