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Lincolnshire Co-op wants to build a store like this in Coates near Whittlesey. But many villagers oppose the idea. Lincolnshire Co-op wants to build a store like this in Coates near Whittlesey. But many villagers oppose the idea.
News10 hours ago

Jobs boost as Lincolnshire Co-op set to win consent for new store at Coates near Whittlesey

It is expected that the store would employ 15 people on a full-time equivalent basis

South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Lead Cabinet member for resources, Cllr John Williams (inset), said: "We are proud that South Cambridgeshire District Council continues to be financially stable and secure. South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Lead Cabinet member for resources, Cllr John Williams (inset), said: "We are proud that South Cambridgeshire District Council continues to be financially stable and secure.
News12 hours ago

‘Proud to be financially stable and secure’ says South Cambridgeshire District Council

South Cambs District Council 'aiming to identify a total of at least £2 million in savings by April 2026'

Buckden Day Nursery, in St Neots, scoops the trophy for Nursery Indoor Learning Environment at the National NMT Nursery Awards. Buckden Day Nursery, in St Neots, scoops the trophy for Nursery Indoor Learning Environment at the National NMT Nursery Awards.
News14 hours ago

St Neots day nursery ‘absolutely thrilled’ to win national award

The awards are organised by Nursery Management Today magazine

Featuring more than 150 students from BTEC Level 2 and 3 courses, extra-curricular clubs, and the Vanhulle Dance Theatre project, “Ivolution” will showcase students of all ages and abilities to share their love of dancing and performing. Featuring more than 150 students from BTEC Level 2 and 3 courses, extra-curricular clubs, and the Vanhulle Dance Theatre project, “Ivolution” will showcase students of all ages and abilities to share their love of dancing and performing.
News14 hours ago

St Ives school ‘so proud’ of success of boys’ dance project

Dance workshops have focussed on the boys developing their creative and choreographic skills

Burglar Peter Smith who broke into a home just two days after being released from prison has been jailed again. Burglar Peter Smith who broke into a home just two days after being released from prison has been jailed again.
Crime15 hours ago

Locked up again – the burglar who struck just 48 hours after prison release

Peter Smith had been out of prison for just two days when his offending started again.

CambsNews understands that a new survey report for Peterborough City Council – who run the pool – has estimated it will at least £10million and maybe even £15million to re-open the regional pool in Bishop’s Road CambsNews understands that a new survey report for Peterborough City Council – who run the pool – has estimated it will at least £10million and maybe even £15million to re-open the regional pool in Bishop’s Road
News15 hours ago

£15m could be needed to re-open Peterborough regional swimming pool

Peterborough could be left without an indoor public swimming pool unless up to £15million can be found for repairs and...

I am determined to deliver better bus services, particularly in our more rural areas. I am determined to deliver better bus services, particularly in our more rural areas.
News15 hours ago

Truly shocking figures show how bus travel in Fenland has been decimated

Friends of the Earth report shows extent of bus cuts across Cambridgeshire

PC Alex Thomas, who made the arrest, said: “Driving under the influence of drink or drugs is extremely dangerous and can affect your driving in numerous ways, drastically increasing the risk of causing a collision.” PC Alex Thomas, who made the arrest, said: “Driving under the influence of drink or drugs is extremely dangerous and can affect your driving in numerous ways, drastically increasing the risk of causing a collision.”
News16 hours ago

St Neots drug driver banned from the roads for more than 3 years

Cambridgeshire police operates a dedicated, confidential hotline, 0800 032 0845, to report drink or drug drivers

News17 hours ago

Moped rider remains in hospital two weeks after crash

The driver of the car, a 25-year-old woman from Potton, Bedfordshire, was uninjured

Get tough policy means shoplifter Monica Asan who stole from Superdrug (pictured) risks jail unless she pays £700 fine Get tough policy means shoplifter Monica Asan who stole from Superdrug (pictured) risks jail unless she pays £700 fine
Crime1 day ago

Superdrug, Peterborough, shoplifter told pay £700 fine or be jailed for 28 days

This was a planned theft with men acting as lookout court told

Alan Harding, 42, broke into a house in Pine Tree Close, Peterborough, in August this year and took laptops a handbag and bank cards Alan Harding, 42, broke into a house in Pine Tree Close, Peterborough, in August this year and took laptops a handbag and bank cards
Crime1 day ago

Burglar left his fingerprints after stealing bank cards and laptops from woman’s house whilst she slept

Harding was foiled by CCTV and fingerprints left at the scene.

Photo of the imitation gun seized from two youths on Friday during March Christmas lights switch on Photo of the imitation gun seized from two youths on Friday during March Christmas lights switch on
Crime1 day ago

Youths, 14 and 17, caught after police chase in possession of imitation firearm

Imitation gun on youths during Christmas lights switch on

Police were alerted by a tracking company to this stolen Range Rover missing from the Thames Valley area entering Cambridgeshire. Police were alerted by a tracking company to this stolen Range Rover missing from the Thames Valley area entering Cambridgeshire.
Crime1 day ago

£50,000 car recovered in Cambridgeshire before owner even knew it had been stolen

Tracking device alerts police to stolen Range Rover

The subcommittee stripped ARUN Capital Ltd of the premises licence they hold in respect of Londis at Fordham “due to their failure to uphold and promote the licensing objective of prevention of crime and disorder”. PHOTO: Google The subcommittee stripped ARUN Capital Ltd of the premises licence they hold in respect of Londis at Fordham “due to their failure to uphold and promote the licensing objective of prevention of crime and disorder”. PHOTO: Google
News2 days ago

Village store loses its licence after hiring £8 an hour ‘cash in hand’ Indian student

Londis has 21 days to appeal to magistrates against the decision.

Burnt out tipper stolen from Huntingdon found in Puddock Road, Warboys Burnt out tipper stolen from Huntingdon found in Puddock Road, Warboys
Crime2 days ago

£10,000 reward to find ‘scum of the earth’ who left stolen tipper burnt out after Huntingdon burglary

IFABS Building Services Ltd and MAE Building and Construction burglary victims

Christmas party venue at Lode – December 7 will be decision day for licensing by East Cambridgeshire District Council Christmas party venue at Lode – December 7 will be decision day for licensing by East Cambridgeshire District Council
News2 days ago

Lodestar festival site faces licensing hearing over Christmas parties for up to 4,999 in a marquee

TR Events hope to host the parties at Sunnyridge Farm, Mill Road, Lode.

The Peterborough city centre flat that has been partially closed by police following complaints about crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB). The Peterborough city centre flat that has been partially closed by police following complaints about crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB).
Crime2 days ago

Court bans visitors to Peterborough flat to stop tenant ‘being exploited’

Failure to comply with the partial closure order of Peterborough flat is a criminal offence

At Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (23 November), Stephen Cuff pleaded guilty to being an owner in charge of a dangerously out of control dog. At Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (23 November), Stephen Cuff pleaded guilty to being an owner in charge of a dangerously out of control dog.
Crime2 days ago

Owner banned and given suspended prison sentence after his dog bit 6-year-old girl

PC Christopher Smits, who investigated, said: “The incident was extremely frightening for the young child."

Cllr Mohammed Farooq: “As Peterborough continues to grow and evolve, we anticipate an even stronger relationship with Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority particularly in relation to shaping our public transport, cycling, and walking infrastructure”. PHOTO: Terry Harris Cllr Mohammed Farooq: “As Peterborough continues to grow and evolve, we anticipate an even stronger relationship with Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority particularly in relation to shaping our public transport, cycling, and walking infrastructure”. PHOTO: Terry Harris
News2 days ago

COLUMN: ‘There will be no ULEZ or congestion charge in Peterborough under my leadership’

'We have huge aspirations for growth in Peterborough and a key part of our plans is an improved transport system'

Ben Thornton refused to comply with repeated requests to turn down the noise. Now he’s paying a hefty price for not complying. This is the equipment seized and destroyed by Cambridge City Council. Ben Thornton refused to comply with repeated requests to turn down the noise. Now he’s paying a hefty price for not complying. This is the equipment seized and destroyed by Cambridge City Council.
Crime2 days ago

Peace comes at a cost – nearly £4,000 as it happens – to Cambridge neighbourhood

Cambridge City Council prosecuted Ben Thornton of Howard Road, Cambridge

The High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire Dr Bharatkumar N Khetani plants a tree and unveils a plaque in memory of Covid victims was planted in Wisbech. PHOTO: Wisbech Tweet The High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire Dr Bharatkumar N Khetani plants a tree and unveils a plaque in memory of Covid victims was planted in Wisbech. PHOTO: Wisbech Tweet
News2 days ago

High Sheriff plants memorial tree in Wisbech for those bereaved by Covid

“Now anyone who lost a loved one to Covid has somewhere to go and reflect or lay flowers"

B1040 Wheatsheaf crossroads: “In view of the accident record at the junction, any decision not to implement the approved scheme would present significant reputational risk to the county council as highway authority”. B1040 Wheatsheaf crossroads: “In view of the accident record at the junction, any decision not to implement the approved scheme would present significant reputational risk to the county council as highway authority”.
News3 days ago

Two hurdles remain for £6.8m B1040 Wheatsheaf crossroad improvements to begin in April 2024

The Wheatsheaf junction is a priority for the county council. Casualty statistics make grim reading.

Gritter spotted driving from near TK Maxx to Railway Station Car Park along the path while gritting in the fog and dark., Bourges Boulevard , Peterborough Saturday 02 December 2023. Gritter spotted driving from near TK Maxx to Railway Station Car Park along the path while gritting in the fog and dark., Bourges Boulevard , Peterborough Saturday 02 December 2023.
News3 days ago

Driver decides to salt BOTH the footpath and the road at the same time

Peterborough City Council says it stores 3,500 tonnes of salt at its contractor's depot

Ben Williams, 32, (left) used a claw hammer to repeatedly hit the victim and (centre) Tamara Matthews, guilty of GBH and (right) Leonard Davis, also guilty of GBH with intent. Ben Williams, 32, (left) used a claw hammer to repeatedly hit the victim and (centre) Tamara Matthews, guilty of GBH and (right) Leonard Davis, also guilty of GBH with intent.
Crime4 days ago

Peterborough claw hammer attacker guilty of attempted murder

Ben Williams, 32, used a claw hammer to repeatedly hit the victim

Peterborough City Council will better regulate small HMOs in three areas of the city following consultation with residents earlier this year. Peterborough City Council will better regulate small HMOs in three areas of the city following consultation with residents earlier this year.
News4 days ago

Peterborough to toughen HMO rules following noise, litter, ASB and parking complaints

The direction will come into force from Monday 1 January 2024 for two years

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All lanes on A14 in Cambridgeshire now open after earlier crash near Brampton Hut

These were scene on the A14 near Cambridge this afternoon

On Wednesday (29 November) officers arrested a woman in Huntingdon after she blew 193 - more than five times the legal drink drive limit On Wednesday (29 November) officers arrested a woman in Huntingdon after she blew 193 - more than five times the legal drink drive limit
News5 days ago

Huntingdon drink driver more than FIVE times over legal limit

230 people killed or injured on Cambridgeshire roads since start of 2022 because of drink or drug driver.

Members of the public are being warned about courier fraud scams after two recent cases resulted in victims losing a total of £14,000. Members of the public are being warned about courier fraud scams after two recent cases resulted in victims losing a total of £14,000.
Crime5 days ago

Fake ‘detective’ scams Ely and Cambridge victims out of £14,000

Cyber and fraud prevention officer Kate Thwaites said: “These crimes often have a devastating impact on the victims"

PC Jay Cullimore took on the role as part of Peterborough’s City Centre Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) specifically to support local businesses. PC Jay Cullimore took on the role as part of Peterborough’s City Centre Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) specifically to support local businesses.
News5 days ago

Shoplifter makes off with coats as police officers were INSIDE Peterborough store chatting to staff

PC Cullimore took on the role specifically to support local businesses

FACET students all smiles as they show off their own wonky Christmas tree FACET students all smiles as they show off their own wonky Christmas tree
News5 days ago

‘Wonky tree’ mania in the Cambridgeshire town making headlines around the world

 The wonky tree will be in pride of place at FACET charity college festive car boot and sale