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
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 £1,300 plus £700 supervision costs. This option would mean a financial contribution of £500.
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.
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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.
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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 £19 profit was made on the raffle.