Allegations against Wisbech councillor Simon King of inflating mileages, claiming for going 85 miles to Rugby but not on official business, and once claiming return mileage of 10 miles for a meeting a mile from his home, have been revealed.
On a rather chilly Saturday morning, King’s Lynn Parkrun was a sea of PB’s and Neon tutus as Three Counties Running Club (TCRC) members helped fellow club runner Steve Whitelam celebrate his 50th Parkrun.
So confident is Cambridgeshire County Council that they will strike a deal to acquire land needed for the £16.5million Kings Dyke crossing at Whittlesey, the green light has been given to start phase one on February 19.
Less than a year after taking on the multi million pound housing portfolio for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, South Cambs Council leader Peter Topping has parted company with Mayor James Palmer.
As the fourth race got underway in three degrees, frost and mud underfoot, alongside a blistering head wind, the Fenland Running Club fielded an 11 strong team to blast across the 5.3 mile cross country course at Nene Park, Peterborough.
The City of Peterborough Symphony Orchestra will welcome Charlotte Mcauliffe, a former Peterborough King’s School pupil, as the soloist for Elgar’s popular cello concerto at the spring concert on Sunday March 18.
Council leader Charles Roberts believes that the growing numbers unable to get on the property ladder is a ‘political crisis’ for the Conservative Party that could lead to less people turning out to vote for them.
Today’s meeting of the general purposes committee of Cambridgeshire County Council is preparing the coming year’s budget. The Tory controlled council will approve a rise of 2.9 per cent. Here the leader explains why.
It is one of the jewels in the Fenland crown – the sprawling bird watching, fossil hunting, and pond dipping Kings Dyke Nature Reserve – and now a trio of local councils have decided its time to plan its future.
One of America’s most powerful and influential think tanks – the non profit making Brookings Institute – has invited Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mayor James Palmer to an international gathering of metropolitan and regional mayors in Washington DC next week.