In response to reports of the raid on a cannabis farm at Seabank Road, Wisbech.
It is obvious that, despite any tenuous connection with the Scottish First Minister, Ronald Coyne the Cambridge undergraduate who burned a £20 note in front of a homeless person is not Scottish.
Break Charity provides a mentoring service across East Anglia to groups of vulnerable young people who access Break’s services, including Looked After Children, Care Leavers, and young people with disabilities.
New figures show that more than £2.1 million of National Lottery funding was awarded across the East Cambridgeshire area in the last year alone.
We have been asked if children can attend the community screenings of I Daniel Blake.
I read with interest your article in the Cambs Times regarding UAV (drone - in this case), photography over March.
I notice in a letter from Councillor Alan Lay on February 3 that he is worried that, “very little policemen are seen on the streets”.
I am pleased to see there is to be a junction at Gaul Road with the town bypass but in my opinion the junction at Knights End Road is more dangerous as it is a T-junction and a crossroads.
I find it hard to knock a person who is willing to take public office and I understand that at times such a person might be unfairly criticised.