Wisbech


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Wisbech

(ˈwɪzbiːtʃ)
n
(Placename) a town in E England, in N Cambridgeshire: market-gardening. Pop: 26 536 (2001)
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Norwich crown court heard Lovell stole the Puma tractor from Tilney St Lawrence, Norfolk, then drove to Wisbech, Cambs, because he wanted to be jailed.
B L Ltd and Belgrave L and (Wisbech) Ltd own a single asset, the Belgrave Retail Park in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, which comprises a freehold retail warehouse park totalling 56,082 sq ft of space fully let on average weighted unexpired lease terms in excess of ten years to the covenants of Dunelm, Halfords, Carpetright, Pets at Home and Currys PC World.
Walsall Wood were another side to book their place in tomorrow's draw as late drama saw them progress at Wisbech Town.
Integrated cold store and logistics provider Partner Logistics has signed a two-year contract with global bakery supplier Dawn Foods to manage storage for their range of frozen confectionary products at its super-sized frozen food warehouse in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
The trial period for the project, which ran for 10 weeks, was based on the 80 mile journey between the Partner Logistics cold store in Wisbech and a customer retail distribution centre in Daventry and has so far taken a total of an equivalent 43 trucks off the road, saving over 4,500kg of CO2 emissions.
Alisa, who lived with her grandmother and studied beauty at West Anglia College, went missing from her home in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, in September 2011.
Tamzin Portor, aged ten, and seven-year-old Jessica, from Sutton Bridge in south Lincolnshire, died in hospital last Thursday after suffering serious head injuries in the accident on the A47 near Wisbech.
The victims, aged seven and 10, died in hospital after suffering serious head injuries in the accident on the A47 near Wisbech, Norfolk Police said.
Officers said the Ford was being driven towards Wisbech when, for reasons unknown, it left the road and overturned, coming to rest on its side.
The victims, Tamzin Portor, aged 10, and her seven-year-old sister Jessica, both from Sutton Bridge in south Lincolnshire, died in hospital after suffering serious head injuries in the accident on the A47 near Wisbech, Norfolk Police said.
Gateshead took on favourites Wisbech Town, who were looking to reach their third final for a place in the 2012 Trophy final.