Ely Community Covid-19 Aid Group

The City Centre Ranger is working with the Ely Community Covid-19 Aid Group on Fabebook to assist them.  The group is helping to coordinate neighbourly assistance in the community of the City of Ely.  The Facebook group offers a place for people to keep in touch and swap information.  The address is https://www.facebook.com/groups/527325267922787/ The City Center […]

April 1, 2020 News


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 […]

April 1, 2020 News

Coronavirus Outbreak – Help needed

April 1, 2020 News

Attendance at Burials and Cremations

HOW THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)  WILL AFFECT THE ATTENDANCE OF BURIALS AND CREMATIONS. Attendance at a service, provides many people with comfort and any proposal to limit this important religious and non-religious occasion must be carefully considered. During this extremely challenging time, the transmission of the coronavirus at funeral gatherings to the elderly, frail, those in […]

April 1, 2020 News

Easter Refuse Collection Information

April 1, 2020 News

Scam Marshals Needed

The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Against Scams Partnership (CAPASP) is a county-wide partnership of public, private & voluntary sector organisations committed to working together to stop scams and doorstep crime across the county. Scams are targeted at people in many ways – by post, on the telephone, online and on the doorstep.  More than three million […]

February 27, 2020 News

Friends of Ely Cemetery Needed

Ely Cemetery was opened in 1855 and now covering 13 acres, is the resting place of some 16,000 former residents of the City.  There are complete records of burials in the cemetery and some interred there have fine memorials – but many others do not and their resting places are unmarked.  The City Council has […]

February 12, 2020 News, What's New