Your views needed to develop Ely Railway Station

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Date:

04/01/2011

How do you get to Ely railway station? Do you drive, cycle, walk or catch a bus? Local people are being asked to give their thoughts on how the area should develop in the future.

From Saturday 8 January to Tuesday 18 January, anyone using the station can take part in the study which looks at different ideas for how the area can develop to be a more effective transport interchange.

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Your views needed to develop Ely Railway Station

Lecture The Colleges of Cambridge University – 13th April 2011

Date: Wednesday, 13 April 2011 – 7:30pm Location The Methodist Hall (located behind the church) Chapel Street Ely United Kingdom See map: Google Maps The Colleges of Cambridge University by Andrew Hunter Blair. The well-known local author will talk about the subject of his latest book. Cost: Attendance is free to members and visitors are most welcome (charge to non-members is 2.50 at the door). Just turn up – there is no need to book. Contact: Ely Society Email: elysoc@hotmail.com Website: www.elysociety.org.uk read more

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Lecture History of Addenbrookes – 11th May 2011

Date: Wednesday, 11 May 2011 – 7:30pm Location The Methodist Hall (located behind the church) Chapel Street Ely United Kingdom See map: Google Maps History of Addenbrookes by Hilary Ritchie. Hilary Ritchie is the Archivist at Addenbrookes Hospital and an authority on its history. Cost: Attendance is free to members and visitors are most welcome (charge to non-members is 2.50 at the door). Just turn up – there is no need to book. Contact: Ely Society Email: elysoc@hotmail.com Website: www.elysociety.org.uk read more

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Lecture The Campaign to Protect Rural England – 8th June 2011

Date: Wednesday, 8 June 2011 – 7:30pm Location The Methodist Hall (located behind the church) Chapel Street Ely United Kingdom See map: Google Maps The Campaign to Protect Rural England. A local speaker from a charity campaigning for a sustainable future for the English countryside. Cost: Attendance is free to members and visitors are most welcome (charge to non-members is 2.50 at the door). Just turn up – there is no need to book. Contact: Ely Society Email: elysoc@hotmail.com Website: www.elysociety.org.uk read more

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Lecture The Campaign to Protect Rural England – 8th June 2011

Lecture Access to Siberia – 13th July 2011

Date: Wednesday, 13 July 2011 – 7:30pm Location The Methodist Hall (located behind the church) Chapel Street Ely United Kingdom See map: Google Maps Access to Siberia by Jonathan Toye. Hear how a small Norfolk charity for disabled people became an inspiration for Russia. Cost: Attendance is free to members and visitors are most welcome (charge to non-members is 2.50 at the door). Just turn up – there is no need to book. Contact: Ely Society Email: elysoc@hotmail.com Website: www.elysociety.org.uk read more

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Recycle your old Christmas tree with us

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02/11

Date:

05/01/2011

Now that Christmas decorations are coming down, residents in East Cambridgeshire are being reminded they can recycle their real Christmas trees.

Residents should leave them out on their recycling days next to brown sacks for collection by the organics crew.

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Recycle your old Christmas tree with us

Get Mature & Active this January

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003/11

Date:

06/01/2011

With everyone looking to get fit and healthy after having a mince pie or two over the Christmas holiday, the Mature & Active programme is the ideal place for over 55s to go.

The sessions throughout East Cambridgeshire are a great way to exercise as well as meet up with friends old and new.

The timetable for the rest of the winter is:

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Get Mature & Active this January

Is your office warm enough?

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004/11

Date:

06/01/2011

With temperatures hovering around freezing for the last few weeks and further cold spells predicted, officers at East Cambridgeshire District Council are advising how to deal with the cold at work.

After the Environmental Health team noticed a rise in the number of calls they had received regarding low temperatures in workplaces, they have put together the following tips:

* Employers should ensure that the temperature reaches at least 16 C in the first hour of work

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Is your office warm enough?

Getting Littleport ready to thrive in the future

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005/11

Date:

10/01/2011

Littleport – a market town with a population of just under 9,000 – is getting a once in a generation chance to have a say on how it will develop in the next 20 years.

With the publication of the draft Littleport Masterplan, a six week consultation is now to begin with all those who live and work in the town having the chance to contribute.

The document is split into six sections looking at how the town can grow to meet the demands of future growth. These are:

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Getting Littleport ready to thrive in the future

Getting Littleport ready to thrive in the future

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005/11

Date:

10/01/2011

Littleport – a market town with a population of just under 9,000 – is getting a once in a generation chance to have a say on how it will develop in the next 20 years.

With the publication of the draft Littleport Masterplan, a six week consultation is now to begin with all those who live and work in the town having the chance to contribute.

The document is split into six sections looking at how the town can grow to meet the demands of future growth. These are:

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Getting Littleport ready to thrive in the future