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The next East Area meeting is Thursday 12th July, at the Cherry Trees Day Centre in St Matthew’s Street. It starts with an Open Forum when anybody can ask a question or raise an issue with councillors. Although the area meeting cannot always sort things out on the spot, it can request action from council […]

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Bogus burglar alarm calls

by admin on 6 August, 2016

Kate Thwaites, Cambridgeshire Constabulary Community Safety Officer for Cambridge, has sent a warning about bogus burglar alarm sales calls. Earlier this week we received a reported involving a Home Security company cold calling an elderly resident in Cambridge and trying to sell them an alarm system for their home. The salesperson for the company, based […]

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Lamppost levy false alarm

by admin on 17 June, 2016

Several residents involved in Neighbourhood Watch schemes in Cambridge have been warned by police that they will in future have to register signs that they fix to lampposts, and pay £25 for each one, plus surveying costs. Such charges have not been imposed. In some areas, you do have to register signs that are fixed […]

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South Area meeting, 18th April

by admin on 9 April, 2016

Here is the agenda for the next South Area meeting: Decisions will be made on policing priorities, community grants and environmental improvement schemes. 7pm, 18th April, St John’s Church, Hills Road.

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