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South Cambs Magazine Summer 2018

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15
Mar
Chocolate lovers are being reminded to think green and recycle extra plastic, cardboard and foil from eggs this Easter.
14
Mar

South Cambridgeshire residents are being encouraged to register to vote at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote, as a major national adve

14
Mar
A flag has been raised over South Cambridgeshire District Council’s offices today (Monday 14 March) to mark Commonwealth Day.
11
Mar
A man from Girton and another from Toft have been named 'Village Heroes' at an awards ceremony for their tireless community work .
10
Mar
Willow trees in South Cambridgeshire, which provide homes for wildlife and food for insects, are being looked after thanks to a £650 grant from the District Council.
04
Mar
A key report published today (Friday 4 March) outlines the results of a public consultation on the proposed modifications to the Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire Local Plans.
02
Mar

The following decisions were made at yesterday’s meeting of South Cambridge District Council’s Planning Committee (Wednesday 2 March), held at South Cambridgeshire Hall, Cambourne

01
Mar
A partnership between CUH, the Homes and Community Agency and South Cambridgeshire District Council is one of only 10 winners announced today in an innovation programme putting health at the heart of new neighbourhoods and towns across the country.
25
Feb
Councillors have voted to cut sheltered housing tenants’ rent by 1% next year after saying any other decision would have been unethical.
23
Feb

Ermine Street Housing, South Cambridgeshire District Council’s housing company, has won the contract to manage and rent out 95 homes on the former RAF base at Brampton for the next 5 years.

22
Feb
Volunteers have put their backs into it as eleven new fruit trees were planted in Linton to form the village’s first community orchard.
16
Feb
A pilot bus service which let you load your bike up on a trailer and take it with you to explore the countryside will be ceasing service at Easter due to lower passenger numbers than expected.
15
Feb
A new shared head of the waste and recycling service for Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire has begun their role – saving nearly £80,000 per year.
11
Feb
Senior councillors have backed plans to generate hundreds of thousands of pounds of income to help plug the gap left by a £1 million cut to funding.
09
Feb
Almost £1 million of savings will need to be delivered within two years by South Cambridgeshire District Council despite a small reprieve in the latest Government funding announcement.
05
Feb
A new bus priority slip road at junction 11 of the M11 could be set to move forward in the first phase of the Greater Cambridge City Deal’s funding programme.
05
Feb
With further job growth planned for the corridor between Cambridge and Haverhill, the Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board is to discuss the best ways to make travel easier and cut congestion.
05
Feb
The Chisholm Trail - a largely traffic free route for walking and cycling across Cambridge – is about to take a significant step forward.
05
Feb
The public consultation into creating better bus and cycle journeys along the A428/A1303 corridor from Cambourne to Cambridge produced over 2,000 responses including many comments, suggestions and alternative ideas.
03
Feb

The following decisions were made at today’s meeting of South Cambridge District Council’s Planning Committee (Wednesday 3 February 2016), held at South Cambridgeshire Hall, Cambo

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