Cambridgeshire Highways are holding several open days. If you would like to drop in and meet the Officers, click on the link to find your nearest depot. Cambridgeshire Highways Open Days
The Christmas lights switch on event is 29th November 2019. There are still stalls available for hire. Please see the link attached for further information and contact details. Christmas Lights stall information.
Click on the link to find out when your delivery of refuse sacks will be. Delivery schedule
Help us help you…visit your Ely Minor Injury Unit Your local Ely Minor Injury Unit (MIU) can treat a range of minor illnesses and injuries such as sprains and strains, broken bones, minor burns and scalds, minor head and eye injuries, cuts, bites and stings. No appointment necessary, Ely MIU is open 8.30am – 6.00pm, […]
The Ely Speedwatch Team are getting requests for speedwatch monitoring from areas all around the parish. The team is dedicated and are happy to help wherever possible but they need more volunteers to be able to expand their operation. If you have any spare time and would be interested in becoming a Speedwatch volunteer, please […]
The new Cloud 9 bus timetable for Ely has now been published. To download the timetable, please go the Useful Information section.
Cambridgeshire County Council – Notice of Works
Ely city centre is on a mission to become free of plastic bags and your help is needed. To find out more about Ely Borrow Bags, go to the Visit Ely Website on http://www.visitely.org.uk
The Regulatory Service Committee of East Cambs District Council has decided that many of the recycling centres around Ely and the District, will be closing. Recycling banks will be removed w/c 15th October 2018. Recycling banks will remain at Tesco and Waitrose. For further information, please contact East Cambs District Council directly on 01353 665555 […]
The City of Ely Council is pleased to announce that East Cambs District Council has given permission for us to install more swift boxes at the Maltings. Swifts are legally protected and are in decline. Swifts are migratory birds and arrive in the UK around April/May. They stay long enough to breed and are off […]