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Cambridgeshire’s councils must ensure summer community events (eg The Strawberry Fair) include outreach stalls – esp for consultations

Using Cambridge as an example given my limited mobility these days… Cambridge City Council has advertised a number of events at https://www.cambridgelive.org.uk/city-events …one of the biggest [independently organised] of which is the Strawberry Fair, which attracts thousands of people – esp young people, from all over the region. And they need more volunteers! Take theContinue reading “Cambridgeshire’s councils must ensure summer community events (eg The Strawberry Fair) include outreach stalls – esp for consultations”

As the FenPowderPlot misfires, Huntingdonshire frees itself from Tory control for the first time since 1970s

This creates a huge opportunity for Huntingdon town (whose royal charter is older than Cambridge’s), and its surrounding towns and villages to make some radical improvements. It’s a shame the meeting was not live-streamed because this could become one of the most significant events in the history of the town and district. We were leftContinue reading “As the FenPowderPlot misfires, Huntingdonshire frees itself from Tory control for the first time since 1970s”

The FenPowderPlot

Some of you will have seen various accusations flying around social media. It relates to a motion of no confidence in Mayor Dr Nik Johnson, who was elected somewhat surprisingly as the Combined Authority Mayor around 12 months ago in the ‘Super-election’ that smashed Conservative domination of the county for the first time since anyoneContinue reading “The FenPowderPlot”