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Hotelier guilty of hygiene offences

Reference: 
021/13
Date: 
Tue, 02/19/2013

A local hotelier has been fined £2,500 and ordered to pay £2,000 costs for breaching food hygiene regulations.

Mr Robert Setchell of The Nyton in Barton Road, Ely admitted five breaches of The Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2006 last week at Cambridge Magistrates.

The case followed routine inspections of the premises by the Environmental Health Team at East Cambridgeshire District Council in August and September 2012.  The visits were to check compliance with food safety legislation, identify potential risks and ensure food safety standards were met.

The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Hotelier guilty of hygiene offences

Flower market set to blossom

Reference: 

107/11

Date: 

16/09/2011

 

Ely’s Market Place will be resplendent with colour and perfume on Sunday 25 September as the fifth Flower & Food Market sets out its stalls.

Along with growers from around the region bringing their flowers, plants and shrubs there’s also a range of food stalls full of tempting goods. These include:

* Artisan bread and fine cakes
* Rare breed sausages
* Specialist cheese and hams
* Sweet and savoury crepes to sample on the market or take away to enjoy at home. 

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Flower market set to blossom

Health and Safety doesn’t need to be a minefield

Reference: 

106/11

Date: 

16/09/2011

Officers at East Cambridgeshire District Council are helping local businesses to understand the intricacies of Health and Safety as part of a national campaign.

Many small businesses worry about what they perceive as ‘red tape’ and complicated legislation creating real problems for their companies.
 
In order to help, Health and Safety Officers from Environmental Services have been circulating a new twelve-page guide produced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Health and Safety doesn’t need to be a minefield