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Cambridgeshire people can have their say on the county council's budget as it faces predicted £30 million shortfall

Cambridgeshire County Council is predicting a budget shortfall of £30 million next year as it asks residents to take part in a survey on its finances.

The council wants people to join its annual budget survey to give feedback on their experience of living in the county and how best to address the financial challenge.

Before the pandemic the council was anticipating a need to make savings of £4 million next year.

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