The council agreed at its October meeting that work on the damaged pier cap to the left of Thomas à Becket Church should not be carried out. A donation of £200 is to be given to Ramsey senior citizens towards their annual Christmas dinner. The council hea
The council agreed at its October meeting that work on the damaged pier cap to the left of Thomas à Becket Church should not be carried out.
A donation of £200 is to be given to Ramsey senior citizens towards their annual Christmas dinner.
The council heard that the play area at Ramsey St Mary's was now in use, and agreed that the damaged litter bin on Newtown Green needed to be repaired.
Luminus Group had confirmed to Ramsey Town Centre Partnership that it would be
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re-examining the design for the Grand Cinema site, but there was no timescale. In the meantime, it was felt the site was an eyesore and should be tidied up.
Following a secret ballot, Evelyn Howard was co-opted onto the council to fill a casual vacancy.
- 1 Emergency services close St Neots road after medical emergency
- 2 Memorial stone for Cambridge student laid hidden in undergrowth for 80 years
- 3 House application rejected as loss of St Neots pub would be 'harmful'
- 4 Cambridgeshire hospitals busy and staff tired and abused
- 5 Woman pedestrian in her 50s killed in guided busway crash
- 6 Ramsey woman to appear in court to face drug dealing charges
- 7 Three people arrested in Somersham after stash of Cannabis found in car
- 8 Haul of weapons including a knuckleduster seized from Little Paxton home
- 9 'I think I hurt him bad mum' says Murder on the Doorstep killer
- 10 See photos of the intricate final stages of the Huntingdon Viaduct removal
The planning meeting scheduled for December 28 has been cancelled.
The next meeting will be held tomorrow (Thursday) at 7pm, when there will be an opportunity for the public to speak.
Ladies Tuesday Club: Thirty-three members attended a happy evening with Pauline Morgan showing many ways to tie neck scarves, also the beautiful pieces of jewellery which she makes herself for sale.
The 200 club draw winner this week was Diane Newman. The raffle made £18 with seven winners of prizes.