Dr Sue Lammin, head of environmental and community health services at Huntingdonshire District Council, gave a brief overview on the Neighbourhood Management Scheme. The council agreed to powerwash existing stone slabs around the war memorial, fill joints with sand and seal with a special coating, at a cost of \u00A31,300 plus \u00A3700 supervision costs. This option would mean a financial contribution of \u00A3500. A financial donation to Ramsey Choral Society was refused. The council is to write to the Environment Agency about the waste management licence for AWO Bedford & Partners, Bury Lane Farm, Ramsey, to represent the views recorded at the meeting. The next meetings will be held tomorrow (Thursday), when the 7pm planning meeting will include a presentation from Luminus on the development of the Grand site. It will follow a 6.30pm presentation from HDC's Dan Smith on the neighbourhood management scheme. The next full council meeting will be on Thursday, March 8, at 7pm. Ladies' Tuesday Club: Whist, dominoes and scrabble were on the table for the 27 members who met on February 7. A week later, Ricky Outis returned to bring the results of a previous visit - material squares depicting memorabilia of Ramsey through the ages. Members helped to secure the squares by stitching, attaching beads and buttons and will see the completed product in the spring. A \u00A319 profit was made on the raffle.