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Friday, August 19, 2016
Paul Bullen
Cllr Alan Lay and Cllr Paul Clapp at FACT  premises, March.

Legal advice obtained by Cambridgeshire County Council has prompted senior officials to “ask for an urgent response” from a major community transport provider over the licences used by their drivers to ferry thousands of children to school.

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ALS Food and Pharmaceutical.

A Cambridgeshire food and pharmaceutical testing firm has welcomed the Growth Commission’s final report on the London-Stansted-Cambridgeshire corridor which revealed that its value has risen by over six per cent.

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Ely Post Office, Market Street.

Two businesses have expressed an interest in taking over at the Post Office in Ely.

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Post Office
How the totem sign at the Lancaster Way Business Park could look.

The Lancaster Way Business Park could be set to house a 19-foot tall illuminated totem sign if a planning application is approved.

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East Cambs District Council
Labour-Tech Recruitment will now be open on Saturdays: staff (l-r) Chloe Biggs, George Harrison, Haydn Thorne, and Erika Kuzmauskaite.

A recruitment agency is to celebrate years of growth by becoming the first of its kind in the area to open on Saturdays.

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Ely bypass bridge visualisation

The same company building the £50million station to serve Cambridge Science Park has now won the £35 million contract to build Ely’s southern by pass.

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Cambridgeshire County Council
MP Lucy Frazer met with small business owners to discuss devolution, business crime and the implications of Britain's exit from the EU.

MP Lucy Frazer says small businesses are the “lifeblood” of the region’s economy after meeting with their owners to discuss the implications of Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

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Lucy Frazer
Vodafone logo

Vodafone UK, one of the world’s leading mobile network providers, has become a sponsor of the prestigious Ely Standard East Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2016

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The Dojima Sake Brewery, which is to be built at Fordham Abbey.

Up to 100 jobs will be created in Fordham after plans to build the UK’s first sake brewery were approved.

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Joshua Schumann

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