32 Street Lights
Village Sign (situated near the entrance to the Church)
Bus Shelter (situated on Wisbech Road)
Playing Field, Hurn Drove, Welney and William Marshall Centre (opened 2016) Modular building comprising Entrance Lobby, Store cupboards, Main Hall Area with Kitchen, Ladies, Gents and Disabled Toilets, Home and Away Changing Rooms complete with all fixtures and fittings and furniture and completely usable by disabled both held by the Parish Council as Sole Trustees of the Playing Field Charity.
Flashing 30mph Warning Sign, Main Street, Welney
3 Dog Waste Bins (one at the east end of New Road and one at the west end, and one at the entrance to Hurn Drove.
3 Wooden notice boards (One in the bush shelter, and one at the top of new Road. Wooden glazed board still affixed to all Parish Hall, will be removed to new Centre.
Office Equipment – Sony Vaio Laptop Computer, Sony digital projector, projector screen, external 250 gb hard drive, Sony Cybershot Digital Camera, Audio Dictaphone (Purchased in 2006 with a grant from Awards for All)
Phillips Voice Tracer Recording Machine
Artificial Cricket Wicket installed in the Playing Field in May 2014