Information from East Cambridgeshire District Council. With temperatures predicted to plummet next week they want to make you aware of the services that they can offer to residents. They can assist people in financial hardship. The main priority is to make sure nobody is sitting in a cold home as
Had a recent experience of using health or social care? Tell us what it was like for you. Listen: At Healthwatch, we listen. Tell us what is working well within our local health and care services and what you think needs to be better. We log what you say and
Christmas lunch at the Walnut Tree brought a festive end to the year for our Group. We have a full programme for the months ahead and, once again, Lent Lunches take the lead. All very informal and we hope you will come and join us; you will be most welcome.
Over Christmas the normal collection dates will change. Collections will be on Wednesday as normal except that the collection that would normally be on 30 December will be on 31 December. The collection due on 6 January will be on 7 January. More information:- http://www.eastcambs.gov.uk/sites/default/files/week%201%20wednesday_1.pdf
This information has been sent on behalf of Cambridgeshire Constabulary https://www.ecops.org.uk Please take time to read the advice below, taking simple measures to secure your home makes it far less likely you will be our next crime victim. • Deny easy access to the rear of your property, the vast
There has been a recent series of incidents whereby fraudsters either phone or attend the home address of elderly members of the public, claiming to be police officers. The fake officer/s will claim that they are investigating a fraud which they believe the elderly person to be a victim of.
The latest newsletter from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner which includes information about policing across Cambridgeshire. 19606_PCC_Connect_Newsletter_December_2015_FINAL.pdf
POLICE are visiting homes at risk of being burgled as part of a crime crackdown in the county. Officers are seeking properties left unsecured or otherwise vulnerable to burglary as part of Operation Hunter. The operation has been launched to reduce the number of burglaries in Cambridgeshire, which last year
The Tennis Club would like to thank Chippenham Lodge Stud, Becca Nicolle and the Parish Council for their generosity towards the new courtside club house. The autumn opening event brought together around 45 people from the local community for juniors’ coaching (including an under 5s session), a children’s art competition,
Join us for a monthly coffee morning for fun, conversation and sharing our questions of life, faith and parenthood; all are welcome! For more information, contact Helen Banyard (01638 721616) or Laura Cox-Watson (01638 724839). Friday Morning Meet-Ups: 11 December 2015, 9.15am, at the Fordham Garden Centre 15 January 2016,