Parish council

At the December 5 meeting the reported crimes were a tax disc stolen and windows broken in the bowls club. James Paice MP (shadow minister for agriculture and rural affairs) will chair Question Time at the Burgess Hall on February 8. Cambridgeshire s ch

At the December 5 meeting the reported crimes were a tax disc stolen and windows broken in the bowls club. James Paice MP (shadow minister for agriculture and rural affairs) will chair 'Question Time' at the Burgess Hall on February 8. Cambridgeshire's chief constable Julie Spence will be one of the panel members.

The council disagreed with the plan to build a four-bedroom dwelling in the garden of 4 Priory Close but accepted a further year's extension of a polythene storage tunnel at Myrtle House, Back Lane.

The clerk reported that a bid for £6,000 had been made under the small scale improvements scheme to cover the cost of the cemetery driveway and gates. A recommendation for the Council Tax precept for 2007/8 to be set at £84,262 was accepted. It was agreed to grant £50 to both the CAB and the 'Bobbie Scheme'. Spending for November was £7,594.


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