Councillor Amanda Taylor

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The disappearing bus – now U see it, now U don’t

by Amanda Taylor on 28 October, 2016

The Stagecoach Uni 4 bus between Addenbrooke’s and Madingley Road has been replaced by a new service run by Whippet, known simply as the ‘U’. We are disappointed to hear that Whippet is changing the route so that the bus will no longer go down Hills Road. This will leave out several hundred residents, including […]

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Bus service changes

by Amanda Taylor on 4 July, 2016

Cambridgeshire County Council has received registrations to alter a number of services from 23rd / 24th July. The services affected are: Dews service 22 Whippet services 1, 1A, 3 / X3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 16, 21 and 400’s Stagecoach services 9 / X9, 13, 26 / 27, 33, Busway A / B, Citi 4, […]

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The special measures imposed by the CQC inspectors on Addenbrooke’s Hospital were the subject of a question at the Cambridgeshire County Council meeting this week (14th Ocotber). The chair of the County Council’s Health Scrutiny committee is Histon councillor David Jenkins, who sits next to me on the Lib Dem benches. David spoke up for […]

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Big Fairtrade event at Anglia Ruskin this month

by Amanda Taylor on 1 November, 2012

Are you a Fairtrade supporter? Then come to the East of England Campaigns Day at Anglia Ruskin on 24th November. It is the first event of its kind in Cambridge and jointly hosted by Fairtrade Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin Fairtrade University and the Fairtrade Foundation. The event will offer ideas and support for developing Fairtrade City […]

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