WISBECH SOCIETY & PRESERVATION TRUST LTD
Wisbech Society and Preservation Trust continues working hard to safeguard the history and heritage of Wisbech, capital of the Fens, keeping a close eye on renovation projects as well as providing funding where appropriate: as with its contribution to the restoration of the town's Clarkson memorial, a landmark monument to Wisbech-born Thomas Clarkson who played a leading role in the abolition of slavery.
An active and effective civic society, the Wisbech Society and Preservation Trust also takes great pride in the commemoration and celebration of the town's cultural past, including its many eminent citizens installing blue plaques on several relevant buildings around the town. Membership is open to all, with the annual fee not only helping fund the Society's many and varied activities, but also allowing access to a programme of fascinating winter lectures and a series of exclusive trips in the spring and summer months.
WISBECH ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND (THE SPINNEY)
Waterlees Road PE13 3HG
A huge tower with two slides - A big sandpit and water area - Lots of different swings - Chillout area - Sports and games - Den building - Arts and crafts - Fire Pit Activities - Music - Double zip wire and much more…
69A Queens Road, Wisbech, PE13 2PH Tel: 01945 474422
The centre is open to the whole community and offers practical guidance and support to local residents. There are regular activities and events, and it has a large hall for hire, a community cafe, an IT suite, therapy room and education centre.
OASIS COMMUNITY CENTRE
Wisbech Community Development Trust, Oasis Community Centre, St. Michael's Avenue, Wisbech PE13 3NR or Tel: 01945 461526
Owned and run by the Wisbech Community Development Trust the centre provides a community centre, health clinic, business conference facility, family learning, IT suite (designed to provide training up to 15 people and is fully equipped with multi-media technology and personal computer equipment), and children's nursery.
The Wisbech Interfaith Forum was established to promote good relations between Christian and non-Christian religions and between them both and the wider community, including those of no faith.
The Wisbech Interfaith Forum has sought to increase awareness of the diversity of faith in modern Britain and provide a safe place for dialogue to occur.
The Wisbech Interfaith Forum organises:
- Speakers on faith and how it impacts on the life of the community
- Visits to the places of worship of a variety of faiths
- Opportunities for school students to encounter a wide variety of beliefs and members of different faiths.
We have no paid employees, and the committee meets at least bi-monthly to discuss and organise projects.
Why not join us?
QUEEN MARY CENTRE
Queen Mary Centre, Queens Road (Somers Road Car park)
The Queen Mary Centre is located in the heart of the beautiful Fenland town of Wisbech. It is a building for the community and has many spaces and venues available for hire and has been used for a variety of functions including wedding receptions, karate classes, zumba, youth groups, one-on-one counselling, NHS blood donation clinics etc. Even a church meets here on a Sunday.
Wisbech Rose Fair
During Rose Fair the whole town takes on a festive atmosphere, celebrating its horticultural heritage. The jewel in the crown is our magnificent church of St Peter & St Paul - which celebrated it's 900th anniversary in 2011. It brings together traditional flowers and exotic blooms for a breathtaking display.
There are also floral displays in three other town centre churches, each with its own particular theme and character. So there are four flower festivals to visit in one go!
Rose Fair began in 1963 when local rose growers sold rose buds in the church gardens to raise funds for the restoration of the church, which dates back to Norman times. Rose growing is still a speciality of this area and the flower festival continues to raise money to maintain the fabric of the church.
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Visit Cambridgeshire Fens
Welcome to Fenland. This is the online destination to discover all that's great about this fantastic part of England, to find accommodation for your stay and to discover more about the area. You will find a wealth of information about things to do and places to go, to gain inspiration about how to spend your time here.
Wisbech Arles Twinning Club
For more information please find them on Facebook
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WISBECH FLOOD WARDENS
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A VOLUNTEER FLOOD WARDEN?
Contact David Vincent
Health, Safety & Emergency Planning Manager
Tel: 01354 654321
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What to do in the event of flooding
According to the Environment Agency, over five million people in England live and work in properties at risk of flooding from rivers or the sea, whilst more face flood threats from groundwater, surface water, sewers, and reservoirs.
In extreme conditions you won't be able to stop flood water, and you should always put personal safety above attempts to protect property and possessions. Despite this, there are steps that you can take to keep water out, to buy yourself time to preserve property and possessions, and to limit the damage that flood water does.