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SCDC press resleases – March 2012

More news from South Cambridgeshire District Council's press office.Join the contenders to celebrate the arts award ceremony on 28 March.Exercise referral scheme.Jubilee Oaks planted across South Cambridgeshire.Financial crime doesn't pay in South Cambridgeshire.The green green roof of home.

Community Transport volunteer drivers needed

Community Transport volunteer drivers needed  Cambridgeshire County Council's Social and Education Transport Team is looking for more willing drivers to help make a real difference to the lives of many people in the county - and they could receive up to £4,500 a year tax free.

John Reynolds' County report – February 2012 (2)

Cambridgeshire set to welcome Paralympic FlameTo mark six months to go before the start of the Paralympic Games, The London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) has announced the areas across the UK which will hold Flame Celebrations as part of the Paralympic Torch Relay.The other items in John's report are:Working up plans to improve the Ely rail crossing.Could you be a Buddy?Cambridgeshire youngsters set to take part in cracking film makers session.On track to move Science Park station from concept to reality.Learning disability day services in Cambridgeshire set to change. 

SCDC press resleases – February 2012 (2)

More news from South Cambridgeshire District Council's press office.Councils welcome Northstowe planning application.Major milestone for biggest New Town proposed since Milton Keynes.Council Tax frozen as budget backed by Full Council.Community orchards take root in Oakington and Sawston.Final call for arts awards nominations.Council investigators score hat-trick in war on fraud.UK first so tenants can take the lead.Residents say we’ve got a team you can trust.

County Councillor allowances – your views please

Independent panel wants your views on Councillor allowancesThe newly appointed independent panel set up to review allowances given to Cambridgeshire County Councillors wants to hear your views.

SCDC press resleases – February 2012

A selection of stories from South Cambridgeshire District Council's press office issued in February 2012.Freeze on Council Tax for 2012/13 and plans to build new homes given Cabinet approval.Nurturing the green shoots of South Cambridgeshire.Cabinet member Peter Topping, District Councillor for Whittlesford and Thriplow, steps down due to work commitments.Sun shines again on eclipsed plans for solar panels.Fulbourn residents keep fit in the great outdoors.Thousands of pounds recovered from cheat who trousered cash.New unit helps co-ordinate future growth plans.

The Health and Social Care Bill

The Health and Social Care Bill The Health and Social Care Bill represents the most radical decentralisation of power that the NHS has witnessed in its history. 

John Reynolds' County report – February 2012 (1)

Grab a bargain and help support your local libraryHead down to Central Library in Cambridge on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 February for a chance to buy some bargain books.  A book sale of no longer needed old library stock will be taking place on the 3rd floor of the library in the conference room.The other items in John's report are:Budget does the right thing for Cambridgeshire communities.A14 update.Free cycle safety training for thousands of Cambridgeshire youngsters.Keep warm and well advice as winter weather returns.