MP backs headteacher over Littleport road safety fears

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Littleport Community Primary School Head teacher, John Cattermole, has spoken of his fears over children’s safety from hundreds of cars linked to a major new housing scheme, and I support him. The 250 house scheme has a single access road situated directly opposite to the Littleport primary school, funnelling hundreds of cars into an already …

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MP hails major victory for patients and families wronged by negligent doctors

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Nikki Sams was just twenty-six when she tragically died of cervical cancer in 2007, after her GP failed to spot her symptoms on eight occasions. Last week, after a three year Parliamentary campaign and an eight year campaign by Nikki’s family, I was able to celebrate the news with my constituent Mike Sams, Nicki’s father, …

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Superfast Broadband Reaches Cambridgeshires Most Northern Residents

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Connecting Cambridgeshire have now announced that superfast broadband is available in Tydd Gote. It means Fenland residents in the most northern part of the county can now access download speeds of up to 80 MPBS. Increasingly those working at home in rural areas, farmers conducting business with the Rural Payments Agency, parents with teenage children …

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Cambs County Council should change its admission policy for summer born children

I am supporting a Chatteris mum in her bid for a change in school admissions policy from Cambridgeshire County Council, so that it reflects the new thinking in the Department of Education on summer born children rather than being stuck in the past. The mum contacted me recently to raise the issue of summer born …

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Have your say on Wisbech’s Missing Links

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Cambridgeshire County Council have commissioned Cambridgeshire ACRE (with help from Cambridge Local Access Forum) to consult and provide a report looking into how we can improve current public rights of way in order to encourage more people to use the existing network. There are numerous benefits to taking advantage of public rights of way, the …

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Fenland Leads Country in Paint Recycling Revolution

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I was pleased to officially launch the UK’s first paint remanufacturing hub for social reuse at the Cambridge Community Reuse and Recycling Network (CCORRN) at March, in partnership with the Cambridgeshire Community RePaint scheme and AkzoNobel (Including Crown Paints). Up to 50 million litres of paint is thrown away in the UK, each year. The …

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