- ITV Anglia reporter Malcolm Robertson discusses the Brexit view from Wisbech on the day Article 50 is triggered.
It was where the highest vote in our region was recorded in favour of leaving the European Union.
The Waterlees area of Wisbech, the capital of the Fens, where it's reckoned a third of the population are originally from Eastern Europe.
Here, 80 per cent of those who went to the polls in June last year voted for Brexit. Only in the Brambles and Thorntree district of Middlesbrough was there a higher percentage to leave.
Chris Stevens was one of them. She is the manager of the Oasis Community Centre in the heart of Waterlees, where many migrant workers lived.
Wayne Eady is one of those worried about what will happen as Britain begins the process of cutting its ties with Europe. He is the managing director of Volymary at nearby Wisbech St Mary, which produces millions of plants and shrubs.
Sixty per cent of the workforce are from Eastern Europe. An expanding company needs more labour not less, and he is hoping the Government will be aware of the needs of firms like his.
For more than 200 years, Elgoods have been brewing beer in Wisbech. Managing director Belinda Sutton is the fifth generation of the family to be involved in running the firm and although disappointed the decision was to leave Europe, she is hoping the town can seize any opportunities that Brexit might offer.
Economically, Wisbech suffers hugely in comparison to nearby Cambridge where there was a strong vote to remain in the EU.
But are people in Wisbech really likely to benefit from Brexit? John Elworthy, editor of the Wisbech Standard is not convinced.