Monthly Archives: September 2017
Interesting for those who ‘think’ “CCleaner” is NOT itself immune to attack – “CCleaner” is a piece of software that ‘cleans’ up ‘some’ files after internet use – do not be fooled into a false sense of security…. read the … Continue reading
Mr. Boardman has another attempt in informing the Council of proposals to the Haulage Yard on Eastrea Road – I understand that this is to do with more ‘Trailer Parking’ on the site.
We’re supporting a new national campaign which aims to educate young people about how to stay safe in a terrorist attack. TV star Bear Grylls and England footballer Jamie Vardy are among the stars supporting the first phase of an initiative designed … Continue reading
Ostler final week – Thanks for the very good service we have received over many years.
Just 4 of us went along to Eastrea Village Centre yesterday for an engagement with Cambs Library Services to hear and talk about the future of Library Services within Cambs. Besides myself and Isabella Boon representing Friends of Whittlesey Library, … Continue reading
The funeral/cremation of Kevin Bassam will take place on Monday 09th October 2017 At 11:00am – at Peterborough Crematorium – No flowers requested. Donations may be made to: Whittlesey charity No Gain No Pain UK – “The NHS uses a … Continue reading
My friend Kevin Bassam sadly passed away on Friday 22nd September, Kevin & I went to SHS school together in the 1960’s and hung out on our Motorbikes from 1967 for a few years. Always pleased to see me and … Continue reading
School friend, Boy Cubs, Scouts, Eastrea Paperboys and Nautical Salt – with a wonderful wife – Andrew and Sue Overton celebrated their ‘Ruby’ wedding anniversary yesterday. A very nice get together with friends and family including Dad – Bert at … Continue reading
Firstly congratulations to Natasha at ‘The Fens Magazine’ who won 2 awards at this weeks FENLAND ENTERPRISE BUSINESS AWARDS 2017 – one for the magazine itself and one for her personally. Local business ‘Kellysion’ – who won Retailer of the … Continue reading
Ticket sales for The Friends of Whittlesey Library – next event – are going a tad slow…. Another fantastic event I am sure – an evening of ‘Folk’ music – from ‘Pennyless – Tickets only £6:00 7th October – Door … Continue reading
Quarterly Neighbourhood Watch Meeting (No connection with WTC’s Neighbourhood Plan) Friday 22nd September at 7pm – WTC Offices, @ Grosvenor House (On the road to the Co-Op), side entrance and up the stairs. There will be an update from Chairman … Continue reading
At last nights Whittlesey Business Forum Meeting – 2 charity cheques were presented to the groups nominated, ‘Defibrillators for All’ and ‘YPCS’, two local groups carrying out good work in and around our town and villages. The charity walk which took … Continue reading