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Clayton Hudson wins in Bourn

Clayton Hudson for the Conservatives held Bourn in the by-election yesterday for the South Cambridgeshire District Council seat. He had a majority of 529 – the Lib-Dem candidate only just secured second place, beating the Labour candidate by eight votes. The election was caused by the resignation of David Morgan, Conservative, who now works abroad.

Super-fast broadband – Cambourne and Madingley are winners

South Cambridgeshire has two of the six winners of the recent BT Race to Infinity competition – "this means they will be among the first to enjoy the new BT Infinity fibre optic broadband, which, at last, brings very fast broadband to village communities," says Andrew Lansley, right.

Winter gritting service

A letter from Cambridgeshire County Council to all Parish Councils detailing the Council's commitment to keeping Cambridgeshire's roads open and moving during the cold and snowy weather.

Guided busway

A report published on 16 December has confirmed that Cambridgeshire County Council plans to appoint new contractors to correct defective works on the Busway if BAM Nuttall continues to ignore the problems as expected.

Children's services

Children's services in Cambridgeshire are continuing to perform well, according to Government inspectors.

County budget

A letter to County Council staff from Mark Lloyd, the Council's Chief Executive, about the challenges it faces in the next five years.

South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.