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Public consultation events commence 30th March

12th March 2020
Public consultation events commence 30th March

As part of the upcoming public consultation, MVV will be holding a series of exhibitions in and around Wisbech to enable local people to speak to us directly and find out more about the proposals. These will take place during the weeks beginning 30th March and 20th April.

All details will be announced on 16th March both on our website and via a leaflet drop; the exhibitions will also be advertised in local media and community venues.

We continue to monitor the situation with regard to COVID-19 cases in the UK and will take a sensible view, based on government guidance, as to whether we will still be able to hold the exhibitions at the advertised times.

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Press queries may be directed to:

Paul Carey, Managing Director
07768 842 715
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MVV are holding a series of events during March 2020.

Click the link below to discover past event reports and details of upcoming events.

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