Town council

Additional stones will be placed around the Church Green to prevent cars parking on the grass. And new structures could be added along the High Street to stop vehicles mounting the pavement. At a town council meeting on July 13, it was announced measures

Additional stones will be placed around the Church Green to prevent cars parking on the grass.

And new structures could be added along the High Street to stop vehicles mounting the pavement.

At a town council meeting on July 13, it was announced measures would be taken to ensure cars do not park on the green.

The council will also write to the west highways division of Cambridgeshire County Council to seek suggestions to prevent cars mounting the pavement.


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As bollards cannot be erected along certain sections of the High Street, councillors are seeking alternative ways to keep the pavement car-free.

The town council has submitted an insurance claim to replace the cemetery gates which have been stolen. However, as the gates were not itemised in the council's insurance schedule, the claim may be turned down.

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The council has announced it will apply to English Heritage for 29 Great Whyte to be listed.

The council has donated £25 to the Ramsey and District Horticultural Society and will give £200 towards the cost of grass cutting and maintenance of St Thomas' churchyard, in Pondersbridge.

The council has asked for the junction of Great Whyte/St Mary's Road and Stocking Fen Road to revert to a T-junction.

Councillors also requested that a speed limit review in Ramsey Heights be carried out.

Maintenance work will be carried out on 38 seats in the area at a cost of £445.

Source: Town Clerk

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