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16 February 2021

“Modern Slavery won't go away on its own”: Anti-Slavery conference to go ahead online

Britain's Independent Anti-Slavery commissioner Dame Sara Thornton will open an online conference this month about tackling the exploitation and trafficking of vulnerable workers that continues today in the UK and...

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“Modern Slavery won't go away on its own”: Anti-Slavery conference to go ahead online
Historic England awards up to £616,000 to save historic Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire

28 January 2021

Historic England awards up to £616,000 to save historic Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire

Historic England gives up to £616,000 to save Grade II* listed Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire. This substantial grant...

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Wisbech to become a Window Wanderland for two nights this December

11 November 2020

Wisbech to become a Window Wanderland for two nights this December

Wisbech residents are invited to light up the neighbourhood this festive season by making an illuminated window display at home.

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Wisbech Museum praised on TV this week

20 October 2020

Wisbech Museum praised on TV this week

Benjamin Zephaniah named Wisbech and Fenland Museum his favourite in the world and chose to be filmed in its Covid-closed...

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Wisbech Museum wins grant to make its collection available to online audiences

22 September 2020

Wisbech Museum wins grant to make its collection available to online audiences

Wisbech & Fenland Museum has received a grant of £19,000 to respond to museum closure due to Covid-19 and the...

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