Author: Amrita Roy

Labour’s Nik Johnson is the new mayor

Nik Johnson, the Labour Party candidate, has won the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral election with 51.3% of the vote. Johnson beat the incumbent Conservative mayor James Palmer in the second round, after all three candidates in the fray failed to win 50% votes in the first round. After the second count Johnson received 113,994 votes […]

Results of local elections

– Anna Bradnam (Liberal Democrat) was elected to the Waterbeach seat (which includes Milton) at the Cambridgeshire County Council (https://elections.cmis.uk.com/election/electiondetails/1/53). The county council has a hung house with Conservatives as the largest party, Liberal Democrats placed second and Labour third. – Paul Bearpark (Liberal Democrat) won the Milton and Waterbeach ward in the South Cambridgeshire […]

Weekend staff needed at Footgolf Club

The Cambridge Footgolf Club in Milton is looking for weekend staff. Bar work and checking customers in will be the main part of the job. Must be reliable and able to occasionally work on your own. Applicants must be 18 years or over. To apply or for more details, please contact Lisa Peck on 01223 […]

Consultation on Fen Road level crossing closes Sunday

The ongoing consultations by the Network Railway for its proposed upgrade of seven level crossings, including Fen Road in Milton, closes on 11 April. The proposals include upgrading to full barrier operated crossing, installation of obstacle detection (OD) or CCTV systems and acquiring of some adjacent land. The proposed work is part of its C3R […]

New system to register as Covid vaccine volunteers

If you would like to be part of the volunteer team supporting the roll out of the Covid19 Vaccinations at the Milton Vaccination Centre in Milton Community Centre, this is what you need to do. Enter https://miltonvaccine.info into your browser and complete the form. This will enter your details on to the secure electronic rota […]

Spaces available at WildMinds sessions at country park

The South Cambridgeshire District Council has a few spaces left for its next WildMinds programme for young adults experiencing mental health issues. The sessions start 14 March for eight weeks at the Milton Country Park. If you’re aged 14 to 17 and are experiencing mild/moderate mental ill-health, you can sign up on the district council […]

Milton Rangers are looking for volunteers

Milton Rangers are the oldest level of Girlguiding, with members aged 14-18, who meet once a fortnight on Thursday evenings. The Rangers are looking for new volunteers. Volunteering with Girlguiding is exceptionally rewarding, and you get to participate in all the fun activities too! As well as the weekly meetings, there are opportunities to complete […]

Country park closed due to winds

Due to high winds predicted in the early hours of Thursday, 11 March, Milton Country Park was fully closed from 5.30pm on Wednesday. The park’s management hopes to reopen the park and café by 11am Thursday morning at the latest, once staff have had a chance to check for damage. Till then, please respect the […]

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