Healthy travel grant for four schools
FOUR East Cambridgeshire schools have earned a share of more than £180,000 to promote greener and healthier ways to travel. Downham Feoffees Primary School at Little Downham, Ely s St John s Primary School, Sutton Primary School and The Harbour School at
FOUR East Cambridgeshire schools have earned a share of more than £180,000 to promote greener and healthier ways to travel.
Downham Feoffees Primary School at Little Downham, Ely's St John's Primary School, Sutton Primary School and The Harbour School at Wilburton will each receive £3,750 plus £5 per pupil as part of the Government's Travel to School Initiative.
The money they receive can be spent on improvements such as bicycle shelters, parent waiting shelters, CCTV and improved lighting on the school grounds.
Disco and indulgence
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A CHARITY disco in aid of Chernobyl Children Life Line with the Event Horizon Dance party, will be held in the Village Hall on August 25 from 7.30pm to midnight. Tickets cost £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. Contact Maria Sheltonon 01353 659351 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A ladies' indulgence evening will be also be held in the village hall on August 31, from 7pm. Tickets are £5 and include a drink, available from Mandy on 01353 665503 and Nikki on 01353 669476.
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APPROXIMATELY £1,000 was raised for Cancer Research UK at a dance in Haddenham on Saturday. The dance was organised by Bernie Dennis and Betty Whitby.