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HDC modernising customer service delivery

Huntingdonshire District Council has recently implemented a new customer service system which significantly improves the service available to residents.

Library Computers get an upgrade following free use announcement

From today (Monday 1 April), library computers across Cambridgeshire will be free to use.

Last month, members of Cambridgeshire County Council Highways and Community Infrastructure committee agreed to remove the charge for computer use in libraries.

Council approves budget for 2019/20

Councillors considered the budget at a Council meeting last night (Wednesday 27 February) and supported an increase of just 2.6% for 2019/20. A Council Tax increase of 2.6% will mean that an average Band D property will pay £142.16 per year.

MP supports Green Hearts Campaign

Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly supported the Hemingford Grey Langley WI’s Green Hearts campaign in support of a better environment on Saturday 23 February. 

Long Term Plan for the NHS Announced

Last month, the Prime Minister launched the Long Term Plan for the NHS – a historic moment for patients in Huntingdonshire and across the country.

Police Commissioner marks #itsnotok2019 to support victims

To mark Sexual Violence Awareness Week, (4th–11th February), Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is today (Monday 4th) launching a countywide campaign to raise awareness of support available to survivors of sexual violence.

Jonathan Djanogly MP signs Holocaust Educational Trust Book of Commitment

Jonathan Djanogly MP has signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to