Monthly Archives: April 2020
The usual monthly WTC report will hopefully be coming tomorrow.
Planned roadworks subject to change… Click on picture to enlarge.
Advice For People Helping Others During Lock Down Many people across our communities are doing their bit to help others during the Coronavirus health emergency. From supporting people who are self-isolating with food supplies, to picking up medical prescriptions, … Continue reading
Deborah Slater’s Group – Helping Whittlesey have put out 5,000 flyers advicing help they can give. Tonight being Wednesday – The 3rd week A Free Hot Meal +++ Dessert will be delivered to some 150 residents later today. Tonight’s delight … Continue reading
A few residents have asked me – Can they still go to New Queen Street Surgery to do their own Blood Pressure check on the machine in the waiting room. I have spoken with the surgery and the answer is … Continue reading
Well after a few false starts, it is the first time most of us have been on a conference video streaming meeting. This was done by software Zoom, most have used Skype or WhatsApp platforms. One appology from Cllr Lang-Whiston. … Continue reading
Some updates for you that have come in over the last week, thank you to those who have sent this through. Apologies if you have seen any of them before, hopefully they will be useful for you as you continue … Continue reading
I just wanted to raise your awareness to a potential scam that has been reported to me by a police colleague on the Cambridgeshire border. In general, the scam involves the delivery of electrical goods to a residential address, the … Continue reading
Why not join in for just one minute There will be a minute’s silence across the UK at 11:00 BST on Tuesday to remember key workers who have lost their lives to coronavirus. Government workers will take part, and No … Continue reading
I am amazed that several called me today asking where the article is and when is it coming… I’ve written something similar in the past.
I am emailing to advise that it will be the 3 year anniversary of the attached Dog Public Space Protection Order on the 4th May 2020. (PSPO) Current legislation only allows for this enforcement to run for 3 years before … Continue reading