Monthly Archives: August 2017

A Quiet Week….a Small bit of News K.D. Bridge..!

After a very peaceful and good weather break in Suffolk (Off the grid) – Besides visiting some very good National Trust properties, the serenity around ‘Snape Maltings’ was so, so good – although no time to take in a concert. Came back … Continue reading

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Sneaky Break-In

Where do you leave ‘Keys’ – we’re probably all guilty, in respect of leaving keys too handy to be lifted. Key Hook, Key Basket, Keys in Jacket, Keys in Jeans and even Keys in drawers are ALL the obvious place … Continue reading

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Community Cyber Ambassador Newsletter #5

Some very useful information that applies to us all involved in Web-Blogs and Social Media – wonder how many people actually adhere to these standards – I try my best.

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Workshops on the future of Libraries in Cambridgeshire.

Unfortunately I am unable to attend, this is a public meeting which I have posted before, however if no one turns up, decisions are made without public participation. Wednesday 23rd August 18:30 -21:00 March Library, City Road, March PE15 9LT

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Fenland Council is looking for your comments!

    The Garden Waste service is new and we are keen to gather customer feedback on the performance of the service. Please can you take time to answer a short series of questions about your experience of the service … Continue reading

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MacMillan Coffee Morning – A Date for Your Diary….

Chair of Fenland District Council Mrs Kay Mayor will be hosting a coffee (cakes!) morning at Fenland Hall, March. The event will be held on the: 28th September – 10:00am to 11:30 A very worthwhile charity, which several Chairs have … Continue reading

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Whittlesey Lions – Centenary Music Event on the Square

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St Andrews Church – Fete

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A Good Time Had By Everyone

The final & 4th event held on the Market Square, organised by Whittlesey Town Council. Regulars know what to bring with them, and there was a very well behaved crowd. All the events this year have pulled in between 200/300 … Continue reading

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Trending This Week(End)

Accountability – seems a bit thin on the ground once again… for example when ‘Mayor’ James Palmer was canvassing in Whittlesey, I met him on the market place for all of 5 minutes, he assured me that there was no … Continue reading

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