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New communications partnership

Reference: 
PR/Jan16/Spirus
Date: 
Thu, 01/07/2016

 

East Cambridgeshire District Council has formed a new partnership with Spirus to deliver its PR and communications over the next six months.

With the new four year Corporate Plan for East Cambridgeshire at the heart of the council’s strategic vision, and with the contract for PR and communications coming to an end and once again up for tender, a need was identified for an increased level of resource and support to effectively communicate ECDC’s activities and key messages.

The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:New communications partnership

Harnessing the potential of renewable energy

Reference:
002/14
Date:
Tue, 01/21/2014

 

With East Cambridgeshire continuing to grow and diversify its economy, the District Council is looking at how the development of renewable energy can work in harmony with the area’s aspirations.

The Council is expecting a number of significant renewable energy applications over the next year and it is vital the authority has adequate guidance to protect the important qualities of the District.

The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:Harnessing the potential of renewable energy

What did happen to Oliver Cromwell’s body?

Reference:
001/14
Date:
Tue, 01/21/2014

This January, Oliver Cromwell House will be the place to learn about what really happened to the former Lord Protector’s beheaded corpse.

‘Cromwell’s Talking Head’ on Thursday 30 January at 2pm, visitors to the tourist venue will be taken on a guided tour of the House followed by a dramatic monologue from Norfolk author Gareth Calway.

Gareth will explain how the body was buried in the manner of a king only to be exhumed after the Restoration to be hung, drawn and quartered with the head put on the traitor’s pole over Westminster Hall for 25 years.

The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:What did happen to Oliver Cromwell’s body?