Community spirit was recognised at an awards ceremony organised by the March Lions at the town hall on Friday, January 18.
Children from Burrowmoor School and the talented March duo Back Two enlivened the annual civic carol service hosted by the mayor, Councillor Jan French.
Live music filled the streets for much of the day, 340 youngsters popped in to have a word with Santa, and many charities reported record takings.
A fly tipper who came into March on Sunday has made it easier for Fenland Council to trace him after a Cambridge resident’s name and address was found on letters left among the debris.
The mayor of March called Fenland District Council “a disgrace” after it banned the traditional Christmas Eve market.
The chairman of new Brexit Secretary’s North East Cambridgeshire constituency association tonight welcomed his promotion – but in the same interview felt it was time for the prime minister to go.
The battle for Estover is heading back to committee next week as March Town Council will fight to stop 95 homes being built there.
A scrutiny committee set up to examine the work and actions of Conservative mayor James Palmer and the Conservative controlled combined authority fell apart on Friday after it was boycotted by Conservative councillors.
The North East Cambridgeshire Conservative Association is split over a rule change that has allowed party activists to de-select four district councillors – three of them cabinet members.
The NHS has done a massive U-turn and decided after all it would like £35,000 for a GP practice in March as part of Fenland Council agreeing 95 homes at Estover.