It is nearly time to nominate the compassionate, brave and kind in our community for the Ely Heroes Awards 2019.
The Ely Speedwatch group is calling for more volunteers to join the team so that more of the city’s streets can be monitored.
A bid by the Ross Peers Sports Centre at Soham to East Cambs Council for a £5,500 grant has been deferred to allow councillors to get more information on how it will be used
The Government minister for High Streets Jake Berry came to Ely today to see for himself at first hand the issues facing local traders.
A car park in Ely is set to have new replacement hedges planted following a consultation in 2018.
A new project to help young musicians take their music to the next level is being launched in Ely at the end of September.
A new bus route around Ely launched today following a campaign by residents and councillors.
A 10 year strategy to protest trees in east Cambridgeshire will manage risk, maintain high standards and ensure trees are considered within new housing estates.
How to get a quart into a pint pot? Not so much a question for the celebrity chefs at the two day food and drink festival in Ely but more a case of parking logistics.
The judges have met for this year’s Ely Hero Awards to decide who will be shortlisted ahead of the event next month.
Nominations for the Ely Hero Awards are now closed and the judges are getting set to shortlist inspirational individuals from across the city.
It is the final chance to nominate teachers, neighbours and inspirational community members for the Ely Hero Awards 2018.
A spotlight on apprenticeships for young people for the future was the message from business and public sector leaders who took part in a special event to encourage people to learn and work.