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Neighbourhood Panel Update

Neighbourhood Panels are your opportunity to tell agencies working in your area what you would like to see improved and will ultimately make your locality a better place to live.  The last Soham and East area Neighbourhood Panel meeting was held on Tuesday 4th October 2011and amongst other things, reported

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Neighbourhood Panels

Neighbourhood Panels are your opportunity to tell agencies working in your area what you would like to see improved and will ultimately make your locality a better place to live.  The last Soham and East area Neighbourhood Panel meeting was held on Wednesday 29th June and amongst other things, reported

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Neighbourhood Panels

An error was made in identifying the pre-elections’ period of ‘purdah’ – the period when the Council activities are constrained by the upcoming election. Despite the cancellation of the Panel meetings, I will make every effort to ensure that residents and Panel members receive all the detail that they would

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Our Neighbourhood Panels point the way

With ‘Localism’ being advocated at a neighbourhood level, Neighbourhood Panels in East Cambridgeshire have been setting the agenda and taking action on every issue of concern raised at the meetings, for several years already. The current economic climate and the outcomes of the Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review are posing particular

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Neighbourhood Panels Update

Neighbourhood Panels – continuing to support local communities. There have recently been 2 meetings about the Panel area: The first – a ‘special’ Joint Neighbourhood Panels’ Update on the Wicken Fen Vision – took place on Wednesday, 7th July at Bottisham Village College with an exhibition in the first phase

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Neighbourhood Panels

The last Soham and East Neighbourhood Panel meeting on Wednesday, 1st July began with a minute’s silence in memory of Liam Fairhurst – an exceptional, well-loved and inspiring young man. John Abbott drew participants’ attention to the Update on (non-police) actions booklet As ever, ALL issues of concern raised at

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Neighbourhood Panels – A Growing Reputation

As you know only too well, Chippenham and Snailwell is an area for speeding vehicles of all sizes. The Speed watch team has been operating, as have the police enforcement teams, in the village. If you could volunteer a few hours of your time on a regular basis to the

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Neighbourhood Panels

The Council, together with other important service providers in our area, is working to ensure that the community can have a say in how services are delivered. There is still much work to be done – this is a relatively new way of working – but the Council hopes that

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