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Cambridgeshire Fire Authority seeking extra three per cent from Council Tax payers

Cambridgeshire Fire Authority seeking extra three per cent from Council Tax payers

Cambridgeshire Fire Authority seeking extra three per cent from Council Tax payers

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority is proposing up to a three per cent increase to the fire service’s share of council tax for 2019/20.


Have your say on police funding in Cambridgeshire with proposed rise in council tax of £2 a month

Have your say on police funding in Cambridgeshire with proposed rise in council tax of £2 a month

Have your say on police funding in Cambridgeshire with proposed rise in council tax of £2 a month

Police Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is asking the public how much they are willing to support policing in a survey launched today (Tuesday).


Fenland District Council has spent almost £100,000 in just six months on emergency housing payments, figures show

Fenland District Council has spent almost £100,000 in just six months on emergency housing payments, figures show

Fenland District Council has spent almost £100,000 in just six months on emergency housing payments, figures show

Fenland District Council has spent almost £100,000 in just six months on emergency housing payments for vulnerable people.


Cambridgeshire's new-look child and family centres get seal of approval

Cambridgeshire's new-look child and family centres get seal of approval

Cambridgeshire's new-look child and family centres get seal of approval

More than nine out of 10 of people surveyed this winter said they valued Cambridgeshire County Council’s Child and Family Centres.


What’s important to you? Get involved in Fenland District Council’s scrutiny process and have your say

What’s important to you? Get involved in Fenland District Council’s scrutiny process and have your say

What’s important to you? Get involved in Fenland District Council’s scrutiny process and have your say

Residents are invited to influence improvements to local public services and policies by getting involved with Fenland Council’s scrutiny process.


Unite union brings a touch of warmth to Wisbech homeless couple

Unite union brings a touch of warmth to Wisbech homeless couple

Unite union brings a touch of warmth to Wisbech homeless couple

The Fenland branch of Unite Community Union has raised money to buy a portable gas heater/cooker for people sleeping rough in Wisbech.


Calls for better scrutiny after councillors agree loan to extend council property without knowing it was home deputy leader of Cambridgeshire County Council

Calls for better scrutiny after councillors agree loan to extend council property without knowing it was home deputy leader of Cambridgeshire County Council

Calls for better scrutiny after councillors agree loan to extend council property without knowing it was home deputy leader of Cambridgeshire County Council

There are calls for more transparency and scrutiny after members agree loan to extend council property not realising it is the home of deputy leader.


Cambridgeshire Highways are Christmas ready

Cambridgeshire Highways are Christmas ready

Cambridgeshire Highways are Christmas ready

Cambridgeshire Highways are ready for the winter period and getting on top of the pothole problem from last winter caused by Beast from the East.


'Give us Brexit we voted for' says Wisbech Town Council in letter to PM Theresa May

'Give us Brexit we voted for' says Wisbech Town Council in letter to PM Theresa May

'Give us Brexit we voted for' says Wisbech Town Council in letter to PM Theresa May

Wisbech Town Council is writing to Prime Minister Theresa May demanding the government deliver the Brexit deal 70 per cent of this area voted for.


Steve Barclay MP awards prizes for summer reading champions in March, Chatteris and Wisbech

Steve Barclay MP awards prizes for summer reading champions in March, Chatteris and Wisbech

Steve Barclay MP awards prizes for summer reading champions in March, Chatteris and Wisbech

MP Steve Barclay’s campaign to encourage reading during the school holidays saw his office raise over 2,000 new books for Year 4 pupils.


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