The Cambridge Guided Bus track runs along the north side of Orchard Park. Buses will be travelling at 60mph and all that separates it from the estate is a simple 3 wire boundary fence. Read the rest of this entry.
I have uploaded all my expense claims for the last financial year. They can be accessed by clicking Expenses in the menu box on the left. I will upload previous years’ claims shortly but if you’d like to see them in the meantime please drop me an email and I’ll send them to you. I also post April and May 2009 as soon as I have completed them.
Residents and other users of Lambs Lane in Cottenham are delighted to hear that this road, renowned for its patches and potholes and generally uneven surface, is going to be resurfaced later this year. It’s a part of its rolling program of road resurfacing and the County Council will be doing the work during the summer. Read the rest of this entry.
Vince Cable (MP for Twickenham, Lib Dem Treasury spokesman and deputy leader) will be attending a reception at St Eltheldreda’s Church, Ely,Thursday 28 May 09 from 7:00pm, to talk about his new book The Storm: The World Economic Crisis and What It Means. Tickets for this event are available from Toppings Bookshop (01353 645005) or on line at http://www.toppingbooks.co.uk/. Read the rest of this entry.
I have published my annual report for the year. Click on Annual report 2008/09in the panel on the left. I have also added a digest of my ‘and finally’ paragraphs from my monthly reports.
Liberal Democrats on South Cambridgeshire District Council have condemned the latest steps in the controversial plan to transfer council housing stock. Read the rest of this entry.
The South Cambs Area Joint Committee (AJC) gave a positive response to the petition which Impington resident Vanessa Kelly presented at its meeting last Monday. Read the rest of this entry.
Cambridgeshire Liberal Democrats have published their manifesto for the forthcoming Cambridgeshire County Council elections. These will take place 4th June, the same day as the European Parliamentary Elections. Read the rest of this entry.
Younger people may only know Sir Clement from the Radio 4 panel show ‘Just a Minute’, his last contribution to which was broadcast a few weeks ago. Certainly he was a regular panelist for over 40 years, the show started in 1967, and he was the only surviving member of the original panel. Back in 1967 Clement Freud was one of the first ‘celebrity chefs’, a restaurateur, a writer on food, drink and horse racing, and a TV and radio personality. His dry, mordant wit and lugubrious manner made him then the perfect foil for other Just a Minute panelists such as Kenneth Williams. He is pictured above with one of his fellow, current contributers, Paul Merton. Read the rest of this entry.
Cambridgeshire county councillors got to ride the guided bus today as special journeys were laid on during the testing of the new buses to run them from Cambridge Regional College to Park Lane in Histon and back again. We rode on a double decker which was pretty much like any other new double decker with the added comfort of leather seats and the promised availability of WiFi. Read the rest of this entry.