Littleport Village Surgery a major success as villagers turn out to discuss local issues

PUBLISHED: 17:55 28 March 2017

Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a village surgery at the weekend. Ely Standard columnist Lyn Gibb-de Swarte with police and crime commissioner Cllr jason Ablewhite.

Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a village surgery at the weekend. Ely Standard columnist Lyn Gibb-de Swarte with police and crime commissioner Cllr jason Ablewhite.

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Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a gathering of many organisations concerned in the everyday life of Littleport, hosted by the parish council on Saturday.

Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a village surgery at the weekend. Some of those who attended the event on Saturday.Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a village surgery at the weekend. Some of those who attended the event on Saturday.

Representatives of East Cambridgeshire District Council including the environmental health team, the police and crime commissioner Cllr Jason Ablewhite, the fire service, Sanctuary Housing, the children’s centres, Speed Watch, Town Team, as well as the new, ‘East Cambs Connect’ door to door bus service, and parish clerk councillors, were there to answer residents’ questions.

Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a village surgery at the weekend. Pcitured are from left: PC Maria Robinson, parish clerk, Su Field, town team,  and Tracey Harding from ECDC.Littleport Village Hall was the venue for a village surgery at the weekend. Pcitured are from left: PC Maria Robinson, parish clerk, Su Field, town team, and Tracey Harding from ECDC.

Open to the public from 9.30am until noon, there was a steady stream of interested visitors to the stalls arranged around the hall.


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