Author: Susan Bolt

Ely area capacity enhancement programme

Hi, I’m writing to you today to introduce Network Rail’s consultation for the Ely area capacity enhancement scheme. The railway around Ely is an important and busy part of the network where five railway lines converge, providing routes for trains operated by Greater Anglia, Great Northern, East Midland and Cross-Country services. It is also an important part of the strategic freight network connecting the Port of Felixstowe to the West Midlands and the North. Ely station is a key interchange for passengers when travelling to destinations including Cambridge to the south, Peterborough to the north-west, the north-east. We are therefore looking at options to improve the railway in the […]

Mobile Library News

As a previous user of Cambridgeshire Mobile Library Service we wanted to let you know that your mobile library service will be on the move again week from the beginning  21st of September. We will be visiting on the usual day and time as before . Please check our visiting times by clicking on the stopping […]


Please can all patients be aware that our Saturday Flu Clinics for the 26th September and Saturday 10th October 2020 are APPOINTMENT ONLY If you do not have an appointment you will not be able to have the vaccination on either of these days We are also offering clinics for our patients during the week […]

Consultation on the Relocation of the Milton Sewage Works: FINAL DAY

The consultation on moving the Milton Sewage Works comes to an end TODAY!  Today is your final chance to have your say.   If you would like to, you can have your say here: Have Your Say   There is an interactive map here:   Read about the new district here:

Lion and Lamb Week Night Offers!

Lion & Lamb – Week night offers are BACK! Eat Out with our treat night offers! STEAK NIGHT – Monday 5-8.30pm Start your week with a Monday night treat and SAVE upto £7. Choose and dish from our Steak, Ribs & More Menu and get a FREE PUDDING. PIE NIGHT – Tue & Wed 5-8.30pm […]

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