THE WEEK IN NUMBERS

PUBLISHED: 11:54 06 January 2006 | UPDATED: 13:21 28 May 2010

19,735: People in Cambridgeshire who faced a £100 penalty for missing the deadline in 2005 for not completing their self-assessment tax return. Be warned, this year s deadline is January 31. 160: Stones lost by members of the Slimming World group at Upwe

19,735: People in Cambridgeshire who faced a £100 penalty for missing the deadline in 2005 for not completing their self-assessment tax return. Be warned, this year's deadline is January 31.

160: Stones lost by members of the Slimming World group at Upwell in the past year. Members held a party to celebrate and went home "full of renewed commitment for the year ahead".

5: Stones in weight likely to be added to the person donning the 'Straw Bear' costume in this year's festivities at Whittlesey during the weekend of January 13-15.

250: Dancers, musicians and performers from across the country expected to take part in the 'Straw Bear' procession.

28: Days for which sale goods must have been promoted at the original higher price in the previous six months. County trading standard officials issued the warning as January sales enter their second week.

13: Police forces in England and Wales who have expressed a desire to merge. It leaves 30 forces unhappy with the Home Secretary's proposals.

80: Footpaths, bridleways and open access areas created for countryside lovers in Cambridgeshire. Government funding has helped and the routes range from short strolls of less than half a mile to much longer routes.

77: Affordable houses built in Fenland between April 1, 2004 and March 31, 2005. It was one of the best performances so far, councillors were told.

112,000: Bedding plants planted by Fenland District Council this year to support the Anglia in Bloom initiative. Additionally 30,000 crocuses, 60,000 daffodils and 20,000 tulips were planted.

795: Incidents recorded on CCTV across Fenland from January to November, leading to 204 arrests.

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