Wisbech will be holding a "traditional" Remembrance Sunday event in the town on 14 November, a situation which had not been possible last year due to the Covid-19 regulations which had been in force. The representatives of the Armed Forces, the cadet groups etc will form-up at the Market Place and then parade, followed by the Civic Party, to the War Memorial at 𝟏𝟎:𝟒𝟓 𝐚𝐦. The service... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 03 Nov 2021 13:35 by Tina
The Wettest and Windiest, but The Biggest and Best!
Wis-BEACH Rock Festival wows thousands in family fun for all.
With predicted wet weather, and hundreds of frantic calls of "oh no. what will happen", the Festivals and Events Committee spent days reassuring the Wisbech community that the event would go ahead regardless, quoting the Glastonbury Festival as an example of determined festival goers in wellies... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 10 Aug 2021 14:44 by Tina
Foodbanks exist to provide essential support for people who need it, regardless of their circumstances. We all go through challenging times and our lives can take unexpected turns, leaving us vulnerable. Loss of employment, a change of family circumstances, a bereavement, an unexpected bill, who knows what is round the corner? The last twelve months have shown us all how unpredictable life can be.... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 22 Mar 2021 10:59 by Tina
Wisbech Castle is a beautiful Grade II* Listed building
in the heart of Wisbech, Capital of the Fens.
Having spent two years in restoration by a team of
dedicated volunteers the Castle is now able to host
events including weddings, vow renewals, hand-fast
celebrations and anniversaries.
Visit the Wisbech Castle page for the full brochure and wedding reservation form.
Posted: Tue, 16 Feb 2021 10:26 by Tina
Attached is the Prince's Trust East of England Update - January 2021
Posted: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 11:57 by Tina
Cambridgeshire, including Wisbech, has been allotted a Tier 2 status by the Government this morning. Please see attached photo for a list of regulations that we must adhere to. Importantly, the shops, markets and other everyday conveniences will remain open.
Posted: Thu, 26 Nov 2020 14:38 by Tina