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On the 25th May 2018 the law will be changing with regards to General Data Protection. Please keep an eye out for up to date information on the website and how this will affect you.

Dull PC Privacy Policy 2018

Public Notice for Review 2018

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Ely Museum

Ely Museum  tells the story of the people of East Cambridgeshire and the City of Ely is planning a major redevelopment.  We hope that this article will reach as many people as possible and encourage support for the project.

HLF Redevelopment

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Skate Park, Ely

I would like to introduce R.A.S.E, (Riding and Skating in Ely).  We are a small group of volunteers who have set up a constituted Committee to try and get a new skatepark for Ely.

We have identified a piece of land, that the District Council are able to provide, subject to public consultation and planning permission.
This park will be a purpose built skate/bmx park within the Country Park of Ely, it will be suitable for all ages and abilities.  I have attached an outline drawing of a basic design to give you an idea of what we are hoping to achieve.
We need to ensure that we have consulted with the whole of the district and all ages, and are therefore writing to all schools, parish councils, and as many other community groups as possible to ask them to share the link to our online survey below.
Please, if possible, could you circulate the link to as many people as possible.  We are also able to offer to visit your group and discuss with you,  our plans and what idea’s others have about what is required.
The link is below:-
We really do need your help, please support us
Stan Hickish & Jo Pearson
For and on behalf of RASE Committee, Ely

East Cambridgeshire County Council Health and Wellbeing Strategy

consultation letter 2         Health and Wellbeing Strategy 18-20 5.3.18 (002)

ely poster ECDC AJS heritage event poster-1 poster march 2018


As you may be aware, this month is National walking month and the ‘Let’s Get Moving Cambridgeshire’ team are promoting walking and all the associated mental and physical health benefits with a ‘Walk this May’ initiative.One of the most sociable ways of getting people walking is through a guided walking group. There are a good number of these already happening in the region but we are hoping that we can help to promote more. With that in mind, and in partnership with ‘Walking for Health’ who run the programmes, there is a one day volunteer leader training course being held in Cambridge on June 26th.

This is a free training course and will give the volunteer all of the skills they need to become a walk leader. It would be fantastic to see some more walks initiated across East Cambs and I would be more than happy to offer support to anyone who is interested in becoming a leader.

walk leader training