Tag: county council

Library consultation

You County Councillor Anna Bradnum informs us that from August 2017, the County Council is starting an informal discussion with library users and community groups on the future for libraries in Cambridgeshire through a series of workshops. The County Council statement says: “Cambridgeshire’s library service is growing and we want to hear the community’s ideas and suggestions on […]

Election results

Congratulations to Anna Bradnam (Liberal Democrat) who was elected our County Councillor in last week’s elections. Anna got 46.4% of the vote. The Conservative party have 9 seats with 39.97% of the vote and the Liberal Democrats have 6 seats with 39.80% of the vote. We also have the first elected Mayor of Cambridgeshire. James […]

Make Sure you Can Vote

South Cambridgeshire residents are being encouraged to register to vote at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote, as a major national advertising campaign launches across England ahead of local government and Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections on 5th May and in the European Referendum the following month. Polling day will see voters in South Cambridgeshire go to the polls […]

Cross City Cycling

The Greater Cambridge City Deal team are looking for your views on their proposals for five areas of cycling improvements across Cambridge. Your feedback will help them develop the Greater Cambridge City Deal plans that shape the future of Cambridgeshire’s transport network. This includes at least two areas (around Green End Road and Ditton Lane) […]

School Crossing Patrols Survive Cuts

At a Council meeting on Tuesday, Members voted to remove School Crossing Patrol from the budget savings proposals. Members of the Highways and Community Infrastructure Committee voted to remove School Crossing Patrols from the budget savings proposals to be recommended to General Purposes Committee. Councillors felt, after feedback from schools and community groups, it was […]

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