It’s an extraordinary result and reflects positively on the massive amount of work that the three candidates put in and the support which they got from quite an army of supporters. It was a tough […]
From David Jenkins’ blog: It’s taken some time but slowly the media is starting to realise what a dreadful mess Highways England and the A14 Integrated Delivery Group has made of its tree felling in […]
Just this year the Lib Dems have been winning seats across the country, against all parties and in district, county and unitary councils. With a chance to vote for a completely new council at South […]
From David Jenkins’ blog: If you go onto the County Council website to report a pothole or other road defect (click here to go there) you’ll be shown a running total of potholes filled in […]
We know that there’s more to earning your vote than a manifesto and its policy priorities. You also want to know how we’ll behave if we’re elected. You’ll want to know what our promise is […]
Martin Cahn writes: South Cambridgeshire’s local plan was delayed because its housing provision was unsatisfactory. The pressure now is on locations near to where the jobs are and they are in Cambridge. Histon & Impington […]
If you’re not going to be here on election day (Thu 3 May 18) or you find it difficult to get to a polling station you can apply for a postal vote. It’s easy. Just […]
I took a motion to Full Council last week (writes David). It was motivated by what seems to be a steady decline in the state of our roads and the observation that we are spending […]
If you’re not registered to vote don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time, the deadline is 17 Apr 18, and you can do it online. Go to https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
Join us at the Exit from Brexit event at Unwins Square in front of the shops in Orchard Park at 10:30 on Saturday 31st March 2018.
Several members of Cambridge Stays – myself, Chris Sidell, Paul Browne and Mary Jennings joined the anti-Brexit march in Ipswich yesterday joined by the Leonards, keen local members of the Labour party. This was a […]