A fantastic opportunity to learn about Glatton’s most famous resident, handle a lot of his work including many first edition books, visit St Nicholas’ Churchyard where his ashes were laid to rest and interact with others who share an interest with this truly fascinating character.
|Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is asking home owners how much they are willing to support policing as part of their council tax for 2018/19.
In order to gather views, the Commissioner is running a short survey.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite says:
“One of my duties as Police and Crime Commissioner is to ensure that Cambridgeshire Constabulary has the resources it needs to keep people safe. The Constabulary is already a very efficient force with savings of £17.2 million made over the last five years to meet budget reductions. This has been achieved in a number of ways including reducing back office staff and collaborating with other forces, other emergency services and partner organisations.
“A recent review of local policing has also found savings to fund an extra 50 front line officers however we still need to do more to respond to an increase in demand, increase our ability to investigate crimes and deter people from criminality.
“As we look forward and plan our budget for 2018/19, it is important for me to understand your views on how much you are willing to pay towards policing the county. Changes in crime types and an overall increase in calls for service means that more officers are needed to keep people safe.
“If each household (in a Band D property) paid just one extra pound each month, it would make a big difference, equating to an additional 55 Police Officers.
A link to the survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/W3CD8P3. Your views will then inform the Commissioner’s final decision on how much to raise the policing part of the council tax.
The survey ends Monday 29th January 2018.
Please note – copies of the survey are also available with an Easy Read description
Views can also be given by telephone: 0300 333 3456 or by email: email@example.com.
If emailing or telephoning, please state whether you agree with:
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Charles Kitchin (Police, Director of Public Engagement and Communications, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Cambridgeshire)
A date for the Glatton Golfer’s diary. Anyone is welcome to join in this annual team game and afterwards for a meal & prizegiving at the Addison Arms!
Stagecoach is to alter a number of their services from the 8th January 2018. These services are the
- 9 Ely – March
- 9 Littleport – Ely – Cambridge
- Citi 2
- Citi 5
- Citi 8
- Busway A&B and
- Busway N
A break down of the changes and their impact is attached: Stagecoach January 2018 service changes 04-12-17
A memorial service to celebrate Keith’s remarkable life will take place on Friday 13th October at 2:30pm at the Haycock Hotel, Wansford, PE8 6JA, which will be followed by light afternoon refreshments.
There will be a small and private cremation in the morning for family members. Olive and her three sons look forward to seeing our family and friends in the afternoon.
In lieu of flowers, any donations that you may wish to make can be made at: hhtps:/www.justgiving.com/fundraising/keithlawson1925 or at the memorial service.
Keith’s working career was spent in the Construction Industry and he was a life member of The Lighthouse Club, which is the only charity that provides financial and emotional support to the construction community and their families who have suffered an injury or long term illness.
Olive, Ian, Gary, Robert.
New GP Hub provides evening and weekend appointments to patients across Greater Peterborough.
Patients registered with a GP in Greater Peterborough now have access to evening and weekend GP and nurse appointments at the GP Hub, based at Boroughbury Medical Centre, Craig Street, Peterborough.
Open seven days a week, the GP Hub is a new GP-led evening and weekend servicewhere local GPs and nurses offer a range of services.
Appointments are available to book between 18:30 and 20:30 Monday to Friday and from 09:00 to 17:00 at weekends and on Bank Holidays. To book an appointment, patients simply need to phone their own GP surgery as they would do normally and they will be advised of which appointments are available at the GP Hub.
The GP Hub, which is run by a group of local GP surgeries called the Greater Peterborough Network (GPN), also provides specialist clinics such as cervical smears, wound care and blood tests as well as Healthy Lifestyle Coaches offering advice on diet, exercise and smoking.
For further information patients should speak to their GP surgery’s reception to find out more about booking appointments, they can also visit www.greaterpeterboroughgps.nhs.uk, or find Peterborough GP Hub on Facebook.
The Parish Council asked that residents be reminded of their responsibilities to maintain the safety of trees on their property.
For guidance visit: https://www.forestry.gov.uk/pdf/FCMS024.pdf/$file/FCMS024.pdf