The North East Cambridgeshire Conservative Association is split over a rule change that has allowed party activists to de-select four district councillors – three of them cabinet members.
Tory party activists continued their purge of sitting councillors last night, bringing to four the number axed ahead of next year’s elections to Fenland District Council.
Agents acting for St John’s College, Cambridge, today withdrew the application to build 95 homes at Estover, March, following exposure by this newspaper of a flawed consultation process over NHS requirements.
The bid to build 95 houses at Estover will be one of the most controversial planning applications of recent times to go before Fenland Council.
A ruthless purge by party activists has claimed another significant scalp at Fenland Hall with the de-selection of the third cabinet member in a matter of weeks.
Hundreds turned out on a cold winter evening for the annual celebrations to mark the beginning of Christmas in Whittlesey.
Fenland Council produced its ‘end of year’ account but without the grades for the best and worst attendance record of their councillors.
The police station building in Whittlesey could be bought by the town council for community use if plans get the go ahead.
Bronze Age artefacts found at a Fenland farm dubbed ‘Britain’s Pompeii’ could go on display at a heritage centre in Whittlesey.