The British Horse Society is undertaking work to record legal rights and to preserve and reinstate historical routes. They are currently looking to recruit historical research volunteers in the Eastern region.
Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have launched a video highlighting the need for foster carers to look after vulnerable children in care. The young people featured in the video are from the Thomas Deacon Academy in Peterborough and the Neale-Wade Academy in March. https://youtu.be/4FJBMdfknr8
Cambridgeshire County Council has plotted all the measures put in place to aid social distancing across the county. At the moment, these include pop-up cycle lanes, pedestrian pinch-points and test stations. As more of the road space allocation schemes go on-line, they will be added to this map. After following the link, click on the […]
If you’ve managed to get out and about, you may have noticed that the hanging baskets are up, the ‘Welcome to Ely Signs’ have been planted and the pots and troughs all over the city centre have been brought to life again. Due to the retirement of Ken and Linda, our previous suppliers, we […]
As a result of the coronavirus crisis, the Council has agreed to administer the grants application process slightly differently this year, in order to assist local organisations that may be in need of support, later in the year, when they are operating fully. There is a total of £12,000 available for grant awards. £6,000 will […]
ELY COMMUNITY COVID-19 AID GROUP The City of Ely Parish Council is working with the Ely Community Covid-19 Mutual Aid group on Facebook to assist them. The group is helping to co-ordinate neighbourly assistance in the community of the City of Ely. The Facebook group offers a place for people to keep in touch and […]
Update of how the City of Ely Council is supporting parishoners with regards to the Coronavirus
The City of Ely Council article featured in the May/June 2020 issue of the Elyi Magazine, distributed from the 25th April 2020.
During this rapidly developing and challenging time, the City of Ely Council is following government advice regarding the coronavirus outbreak. With great regret, the Council decided that Eel Day and the Food Festival planned for 8th-10th May 2020 will be cancelled. Oliver Cromwell House and the Tourist Information office are now closed as is The […]