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Tue, 18 Oct 2016 10:43 by Susanah Farmer
Wisbech celebrates scooping gold in Britain In Bloom
Wisbech is celebrating scooping a gold medal in the "large town" category at the Britain in Bloom UK awards ceremony.
It was hailed as "a fantastic achievement in the toughest group in the competition".
Wisbech, which represented the Anglia region, was one of only 10 areas from across the UK chosen to compete in the large town category.
Brian Massingham, chairman of Wisbech in Bloom, and Bob Ollier, Fenland District Council's parks and open spaces manager, were presented with the award at the ceremony in Birmingham on Friday night. More »
Mr Massingham said: "After all our hard work, to get such a fantastic result is absolutely incredible and it's thanks to everyone. We all work together for the good of the town.
"Our volunteers have worked in partnership with the council to achieve this fantastic result but we could not do it without the support of local horticultural businesses, the town's visitor attractions, other community organisations and the generosity of sponsors.
"For a growing market town with many social problems this is an achievement to celebrate and build upon."
Wisbech In Bloom's Penny Stocks added: "This is unbelievable – to be part of the elite in such a strong category is incredible."
The Royal Horticultural Society, which runs the awards, said the gold medal, the highest available, confirmed Wisbech's position as one of the greenest and most beautiful large towns in the country. » Less
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 13:33 by Susanah Farmer
Notice of conclusion of audit
Annual Return for the year ended 31 March 2016
Thu, 22 Sep 2016 12:31 by Susanah Farmer
Wisbech Town Council is looking for further expressions of interest in tendering for cleansing contracts. Please contact Wisbech Town Council for further details before 10 October.