Perspex screens to separate tables and booths, laminated menus that are sanitised after every use and staff wearing face visors are among the ways that Arbuckles in Ely is ensuring customers feel safe when visiting post-lockdown.
Increasing household income and education standards, promoting long-term economic growth and improving literacy and adult skills are among the ways Cambridgeshire County Council is tackling the inequalities that BAME communities face daily.
Residents of a pothole-ridden “bomb site” in Wisbech are angry that it has been left unfinished more than four years after they moved in - but the developer says it’s down to a delay in getting the county council to adopt the road.
The owners of Arbuckles say they are “heartbroken” after flash flooding “devastated” their Downham Market restaurant – but they still plan to re-open their Ely venue on July 4 following the COVID-19 lockdown.
A quick-thinking Doddington dog walker has been praised for pulling a burning bench away from the village pavilion after they spotted smoke coming from a cigarette that had not been stubbed out properly.