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Your chance to have a say about how Wisbech could be improved. Residents are invited to hear the of a community survey about Wisbech and learn how feedback from 1, locals will be used to help develop future services and projects in the town. Three public engagement events are being held to share the of the I Heart Wisbech campaign survey, which asked people what was good about the town, not so good and what could be changed. Councillor Chris Boden, leader of Fenland District Council, said: "We're building a picture of what people think about their town which helps us to understand how we can develop future services and support even more resident-led activity. This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years.
So, you're a fan of Wisbech, are you? Tell us what's great about it, and we'll share it with the rest of the county! Wisbech Resident Wisbech is basicly the drugs capital of the fens, seriously.
The town used to be nice but as a young adult growing up here, i'd have to say its all going to the pan. The flood of foreign workers has alienated them from everyone else, they have theyre own shops and housing areas in the town. Theres nothing here for outsiders, no need to come to Wisbech if you don't live here.
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I'd personally love to leave, regardless of the historic buildings and rich history. Get real guys. Mac I studied at the Isle of Ely College in and left in I have not been back to the college since I left. Can anybody tell where I can share the photo of the college. Abboo I am a foreigner who studied at the isle of ely college of horticulture and further education, wisbech in the 70s.
Wonder what has happened to the college since I could not find anymore information on it and neither could i locate it on the map. Can somebody help, please.
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It'll always be more appealing than the many urban sprawls around - great atmosphere there, especially in the height of summer - hoping to get back down this year. Ali I moved to Wisbech from Peterborough 3 years ago, everybody seems quite tolerant but I wish we were aloud to build a mosque. Mary I had liked to see other more interesting photos here.
I dont know anything of Wisbech and profiting I am in a close town by some days, I would like to visit it,however showing photos only of streets at night doesnt look very interesting. I am sure your town has nice things to enjoy. Emma Smy i live in Wisbech have done for 4 yrs the best part for me is the rose fair which happens every years in july. I had a great time picking gooseberries. No one in the USA knows what gooseberries are, so my experience was truly unique.
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Still have family there and friends. Ann Sacramento Ca I was born in England 72years ago remember going to the Empire Theatre for the Christmas Pantomime every Boxing day with all my brothers and sisters to me that was the best part of Christmas I still love the slower pace of living in Wisbech and try to get back every couple of years as i still have family that lives there.
I have taken my grown children there and they love it. So hello Wisbech I do miss you even though i left you about 50 years ago. I now live in Okla.
Have some good memories of the town. To-night I watched the movie "Amazing Grace" so just had to get on the the computer and say Hi! Terry Fernandez Born and raised to the age of eight in the town of Wisbech, there are many amenities you'll find convenient, with wonderfully friendly people.
All these years later there have been many trans-atlantic trips to visit the quaint town and the not to far Sandringham, forests, beaches, castle ruins, lavender fields and surrounding countryside. It's a place dear to my heart. Susana I love Wisbech!
I am portuguese but i lived there for 2 years i relly loved. I do miss be there.
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Is a beutiful city, I do love really! Visited Wisbech often and loved the quaint town square and the pubs and found the people more than nice and the young ladies the most attractive of any where i ever visited. England was a proud and noble nation, and nowhere was it more evident than your town Cathy I also spent a couple of glorious summers at the international farm caamp in Leverington. I remember the Six ringers well and working in Smedleys factory.
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Had a wonderful time. The onily good thig is the road out.
Alan Dougall Wisbech. It's an absolutely beautiful place.
I've lived here for three years and thank goodness, haven't met any of these horrible people mentioned yet! Haven't encountered any of the problems listed either?
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Great place to live but please keep it a secret we don't want it to become too overcrowded. Jimbob Ahh alex I've lived in Wisby all me life and ain't never been on the underground, but I've ridden a few donkies Frank Trundle Bad luck Julian if you found your way to Spalding. Us Wisbekistanis may be a bit 'backwood' but our spelling is generally impeccable.
Alex Wisbech can be seen as an alright market town to the untrained eye I liked the river and the old houses, and the Castle was a place of mystery, the same as the Roman Wall. The Empire Theatre was great for Saturday Mornings.
The park was lovely, especially in the autumn with lots of conkers. Hunstanton and Castle Rising were our Sundy favourites, along with Ely. Lo of fond memories, but I gather there are lots of problems, nowadays. Jade Sykes I live in wisbech and i find it appaling. The neighbours are all foreign and they play loud music at nights. The litter is terible and nobody is polite. Julian I drove through Wisbech by mistake once on my way to Spalding, I asked a man in the high street how do I get to Spalding and he replied 'you gotta pretty mouth boy' it reminded me of the film 'Deliverance' its backwoods country!
Theres rubbish everywhere and u do get alot of people who r not friendly in town. Sue Wooderson Having read some of the comments from other people re Wisbech, I dread to think what they would have made of the part of North London we escaped from! After 24 years, finding no one else spoke English it was a pleasure to move to somewhere really nice! Sue Wooderson After almost 7 years we love living here.
Would never go back to London and dread the odd journey we have to make there. The local people are friendly, it is great for a quick run to the coast and the pace of life suits us perfectly. It was interesting to see some beutifull fotos and to read different opinions about this town.
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I hope I'll have wonderfull time here Iver I spent two seasons at the international student camp at Leverington, in and And I have glorious memories of numerous drunken nights at the Six Ringers Pub. Gaffa Mondo Left Wisbech in to study illustration in Blackpool, and settled with a family there. Really miss Wisbech for all its backwards ways, and amazing skyscapes. Don't get back as often as I'd like, but always check out the museums when I'm over that way. Derek Bond the best part of Wisbech is the fantastic Classic car club and the annual classic car road run to Peterborough and back this year on Aug.
Larry McMaster My wife's family is from Wisbech and we have visited there 4 times since It is a lovely town and I love the historical buildings and the people. They are all so friendly.
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Jess Wow, these photographs make Wisbech look somewhat decent. I like your work, especially how you've been able to change the shear poor quality of Wisbech! Jack Simpson Never been to Wisbech but went through Cambridge once and stayed out jail so that made me happy I am from Vancouver, BC I really like these pictures and found them via a link in the Amateur Photographer Magasine Forums. Cheers from the Wet Coast of Canada.
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