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Jonathan Djanogly MP welcomes £3 million fund to improve community halls

A £3 million fund to improve village halls and better connect rural communities across the country has been launched by the government.

With more than 10,000 village halls across the country, these spaces provide vital hubs for communities to connect, collaborate and celebrate.

District Council begins car parking investment

The phased implementation of ‘Pay for What You Use’ parking in Huntingdonshire’s Off-Street Car Parks is to begin, with the first machines to be installed on 9th May – part of our strategy to deliver  convenience to car park users and benefits to  local businesses, supporting economic growth in o

Help choose the next arts events in your local library

‘The Library Presents’ spring programme of arts events in libraries across Cambridgeshire is currently in full swing, with over 900 people attending events so far, and there’s more to come! The current season continues until 25 May 2019 and the new autumn season will start in September 2019.

Scheme to make repairs to Cambridgeshire roads starts next week

Cambridgeshire County Council’s £4.1 million scheme to repair our local roads begins this week.

The work will see nearly 100 roads being treated with micro-asphalt, and a further 30 roads being repaired through a surface dressing programme.