A ‘Friends of Ely Cemetery’ group could be setup in a bid to create an archive of existing records that will be of interest to those exploring their family history.
The future of Ely’s Christmas lights hangs in the balance due to its committee still waiting for electric connection sockets to be supplied and fitted.
Improvements and upgrades to play areas in Ely will be carried out when council funds become available.
In his annual statement to the City of Ely Council, the Mayor of Ely reflected on how it has grown from needing just one part timer to now having more than 30 staff members.
The City of Ely Council has set up a Cemetery Expansion Working Group to look into finding new areas for burials.
SE Cambs MP Lucy Frazer has revealed that five historic court buildings closed and sold off by the government raised less
than £1 million.
Bemused residents – fed up with years of watching their bus shelters fall into disrepair – claim that no one is claiming responsibility for maintaining them.
Councillors got their first indication of what to expect if a £1.6 million bid for lottery funding by Ely Museum is successful.
Ely did the light fantastic last night – and thousands turned out to watch and enjoy the excitement.
The company behind a development of 12 luxury flats for the city centre has pulled the plug – for now – on their application to East Cambridgeshire District Council.
There are just 10 days to go until the festive season truly begins in Ely with the city’s big Christmas Lights switch-on.
The day you’ve all been waiting for is fast approaching – Ely’s Christmas Lights Switch On for 2017.
The City of Ely Council has organised a community litter pick to take place this Sunday, October 22, from 10am until 12pm.
The City of Ely Council is calling for more police patrols in the evening after a number of thefts from headstones at Ely Cemetery.
Tourism in East Cambridgeshire is booming – with visitor numbers rising to nearly four million in the last three years.
The City of Ely Allotments Association held its annual awards evening on Monday September 4 at Centre E in Barton Road.
A clock – plus requested amendments to rid the design of its ‘blandness’ – has swung City of Ely Council towards supporting the multi million development of 12 luxury flats in the market place.
A property developer who appealed against the refusal by planners for two homes along a narrow Ely street has won the day –but only on condition he provides future occupiers with bus and train timetables.