St Andrew's Church - 15th April - large events

Residents should be aware there are two large events at St Andrew's Church on Friday:  one at 1100 and another at 1400.  Expect heavy traffic in the area.


St Andrew's Bell Ringing

St Andrew's Church have asked us to alert you that there will be a bell peel ringing on 12th March, from 0930-1230.  If you have any queries please email chestertonringing@googlemail.com 


City Deal: Green End Road

One of the projects in the City Deal is to make Green End Road safer and greener - this comes from a project Liberal Democrats in East Chesteton started 3 years ago to "Green Up Green End Road":  Ian & Shahida wanted to know why it was called that when there was so much concrete!

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Have Your Say on Milton Road!

Local Lib Dems want any changes to result in a better, greener environment, and we want to make sure you are fully aware of the implications of such changes....these in particular affect Milton Road and Union Lane

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Station Delayed again?

Disappointingly it looks like the new Cambridge Rail Station is once again subject to a delay...

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Manning responds to Boundary Review

Cllr Ian Manning has responded to the Local Government Boundary commissions latest consultation on ward boundaries for Cambridge City.  "These Labour and Tory proposals are disastrous for East Chesterton - ripping the ward apart in the centre - and will be to the detriment of residents" he said.

 

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Traveller wedding today

Traveller wedding...

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Lib Dems celebrate as play equipment is shared around

A six-year saga finally came to an end last night (Thursday, November 20) when Cambridge Liberal Democrats won their campaign to keep unused play equipment in East Chesterton.

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Met office weather warning: 60-70mph winds

An area of low pressure is developing in the Atlantic (storm Barney) and will move across northern parts of the UK later tomorrow (Tuesday).

 

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Dot dot dot – property Guardians

A while ago, East Chesterton Liberal Democrats introduced social enterprise company Dot Dot Dot to local housing association 100 houses.  This was partly because of the number of houses remaining empty in the Eastfield area whilst the association waited to start its redevelopment plans.

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