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AFC Ely’s unbeaten start to the season ended in away defeat to Great Paxton.

Great Paxton Reserves vs AFC Ely Just as momentum was building for AFC Ely, they were brought crashing back down to earth in what was a damaging loss to Great Paxton. A game the away side undeniably dominated; AFC Ely will feel hard done by that they left the Great Paxton Recreation Ground with nothing

King’s Ely Beethoven-athon raises funds for Tearfund charity

Musicians at King’s Ely celebrated the great German composer Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday in style – and raised funds for charity while doing so. Dozens of students from Year 2 through to Year 13 took part in the King’s Ely Beethoven-athon – an action-packed day of non-stop musical performances of Beethoven to celebrate his

Witchford Village College: Reading Initiatives

The extra-curricular offering at Witchford Village College kicked off with a bang this term, with students having the opportunity to try an array of different clubs and activities. Staff at the school have been working extremely hard and creatively in order to provide the students with a diverse and vibrant programme, ensuring that there is

New double scull named in honour of dedicated King’s Ely rowing coach

King’s Ely Boat Club’s newest double scull has been named in honour of one of the school’s long-serving rowing coaches. Victor Bridges, who has been a stalwart member of the King’s Ely rowing community for fifteen years, says he is honoured that the newest boat to be added to the school’s fleet has been named

Climate Change SPD Consultation – Have Your Say

East Cambridgeshire District Council’s Climate Change Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is now open for comments from its residents, businesses and organisations within in the district. It follows a unanimous vote by members at the Finance and Assets Committee, who voted in favour of the Climate Change SPD going to public consultation for six weeks. The

New Test and Trace self-isolation support payment available in East Cambs

Some East Cambs residents can now apply for the new Test and Trace self-isolation support payment of £500 if they lose income as a result of not being able to work.  The government’s test and trace support payment scheme provides financial support for people who are on a low income and can’t work from home while having

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Last call for local businesses to share their comments on the impact of COVID-19

East Cambridgeshire District Council’s online survey to assess the impact of COVID-19 on local businesses and tailor its future support is closing soon. The purpose of the survey is to capture information about how the pandemic has affected businesses and provide an overview of the predicted long-term effects. The council will then use this data

East Cambs District Council to Assess COVID-19 Impact on Local Business

East Cambridgeshire District Council is launching an online survey to assess the impact of COVID-19 on businesses in the District. The survey will remain open until 16th October 2020. The purpose of the survey is to capture information about how the pandemic has affected businesses and provide an overview of the predicted long-term effects. The Council

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