Cambridgeshire County, England Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Shetland Folk Festival line-up announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Shetland Today

    Musicians from the USA, Canada, Holland, Denmark and Finland will join British and Irish performers at the 38th edition of the event, which will take place over four days in May. Strings-only supergroup quartet The Fretless hail from Canada and are pushing the boundaries of their local traditional music with their own intricate and high-energy arrangements. The Cajun Country Revival, including Cajun legends Jesse LA ge and Joel Savoy, have been confirmed for this year's event.

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  2. 'Nobody wants to take responsibility for Ely's vandalised bus shelters' say residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ely Standard

    Bemused residents - fed up with years of watching their bus shelters fall into disrepair - claim that no one is claiming responsibility for maintaining them. The four shelters on Cam Drive in Ely are in dire need of some TLC after years of wear and tear and vandals have smashed the glass panes.

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  3. Volunteers needed in Cambridgeshire to train puppies to become hearing dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wisbech Standard

    A dog charity is looking for volunteers to help train puppies to become the ears, and a best friend, for people with hearing difficulties. Hearing Dogs for Deaf People are looking for animal lovers to help train adorable VIPs, very important puppies, on their path to becoming fully-fledged hearing dogs.

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  4. Open day is part of a teacher recruitment drive for East CambridgeshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ely Standard

    Teachers are being encouraged to consider a career in schools in East Cambridgeshire and Fenland as part of a new recruitment drive. Cambridgeshire County Council, supported by funding from the Department for Education through the Opportunity Area Programme, is launching a number of projects in the area to attract more high quality teachers.

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  5. A teacher recruitment open day is coming to Fenland aimed at people...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cambs Times

    A teacher recruitment open day is coming to Fenland aimed at people thinking of a career change or are currently training Teachers are being encouraged to consider a career in schools in Fenland and East Cambridgeshire as part of a new recruitment drive. Cambridgeshire County Council, supported by funding from the Department for Education through the Opportunity Area Programme, is launching a number of projects in the area to attract more high quality teachers.

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  6. Saffron Walden women bank points on busy weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Saffron Walden Reporter

    Saffron Walden's women took four points from a possible six in an East League Two South West double-header at the weekend. Saturday's clash with Shefford & Sandy turned into a scrappy contest, but Georgia Bozianu and Liz Egan converting first-half short corners to put Walden on top.

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  7. Under-nines celebrate a fine win as Saffron Walden PSG enjoy another busy weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Saffron Walden Reporter

    The SWPSG girls retained their shape and concentration, with Lila playing well in goal and making some stunning saves, as Amy and Olivia held firm in defence with strong tackles. Elizabeth dominated midfield areas alongside Alice, as Swavesey struggled to contain Chloe's pace and still in attack during a stylish display.

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  8. Cambridgeshire's Sands charity starts up new support group for bereaved parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Crow

    Cambridgeshire's Sands charity is starting up a new support group for parents in the area, whose baby died before, during or shortly after birth. Picture: The Hearts Milk Bank A charity supporting bereaved parents in Cambs is branching out to invite members of the surrounding communities, who have also been affected by the death of a baby, to attend a new support group.

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  9. Grenfell Tower fire not forgotten in London, EnglandRead the original story

    Wednesday | Dear Kitty

    Marchers carried photographs and placards with details of their loved ones who perished in the fire . They held large green heart-shaped banners and placards with slogans including " Justice for Grenfell " and "Truth."

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  10. Littleport mum 'devastated' after seeing pictures of herself...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wisbech Standard

    A mum from Littleport is i 1 2shockedi 1 2 after seeing pictures of herself before searching for help to loose weight. A mother of one from Littleport says seeing a devastating picture of herself in July 2015 encouraged her to take control and get help to lose weight.

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  11. Fast food meals could soon be 'calorie capped' by British GovernmentRead the original story

    Wednesday | Fox News

    Residents of the United Kingdom may never eat a traditional Big Mac and fries again. This classic fast food meal clocks in at 845 calories - exceeding new "calorie caps" expected to hit England's restaurants this March.

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  12. Former head teacher avoids jail after admitting downloading indecent images of childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Saffron Walden Reporter

    A head teacher from Saffron Walden who admitted downloading indecent images of children has been handed a suspended prison sentence. Miraz Triggs, 46, of Ickleton Road, Elmdon, was charged with three offences of making indecent images of children, possession of extreme pornography, possession of prohibited images of children and distribution of indecent images of children.

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  13. 'Contingency plan' in place for A14 upgrade following collapse of CarillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Hunts Post

    Highways England insists it has contingency plans for the delivery of the A14 after the collapse of building firm Carillion - one of the partners in the vital A 1.5 billion project. The failure of the construction giant came after days of speculation over its future as it battled a A 1.5billion debt and a pensions shortfall of A 587 million.

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  14. Live - what's going on on the roads in and around Cambridge?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Cambridge Evening News

    For the latest news on the accidents and congestion on major roads, including the A14, M11 and A1, that might affect your route back home, check out the updates as they happen below Delays and cancellations on the trains, affecting commuters heading into and out of London, and across Cambridgeshire, will also be updated in the blog. Do let us know if you spot anything that may affect your morning commute to work - send us a tweet on Twitter@CambridgeNewsUK or write a post on our Facebook page.

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  15. COLUMN: Lyn of LittleportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | Ely Standard

    This Saturday you can rock and roll the night away at Littleport Ex-Servicemen's Club on Ponts Hill with 'Get Back' from 8.45pm until late I'm sure that Maureen Scott won't mind me calling her a bastion of the Littleport community, and of the Littleport Society. But she does mind me calling the winding section of road between us and Chettisham, the Gilgals... Maureen is a stickler for the facts - and she tells me that Gilgal was the name of the now ruined old cottage that once stood back of the first bend out of Littleport, and that is why it is called the Gilgal, and should not be referred to by us as the Gilgals.

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  16. 'Patient care is top priority': NHS trusts respond after figures reveal scale of payoutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Cambridge Evening News

    Hospitals in the East of England say patient safety is a "top priority" following revelations of the scale of compensation payouts for medical blunders. Data also revealed that the compensation bill to victims bringing all types of claims in England, including damages and legal fees, has risen four-fold in 10 years to 1.6 billion in 2016-17.

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  17. Fast food meals are 'calorie capped' by British governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Residents of the United Kingdom may never eat a traditional Big Mac and fries again. This classic fast food meal clocks in at 845 calories - exceeding new "calorie caps" expected to hit England's restaurants this March.

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  18. Let us help you navigate the complexities of underground tunnels and futuristic autonomous vehiclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Cambridge Evening News

    However, for a relatively compact city, creating a rail-based network like that of the capital is simply not affordable. Cambridge has to do something about its congestion problems, so the conundrum about tackling traffic while creating an affordable public transport system that enables the city and the surrounding villages to continue growing is a pressing issue.

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  19. Cambridge seller flogged thousands of 'dangerous and toxic' toysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Cambridge Evening News

    One toy was found to contain more than 200 times the 'legal limit' of phthalate - industrial chemicals known to be toxic if ingested A Cambridge counterfeit toy seller has walked free from court after he was caught on eBay selling thousands of 'dangerous' toys which had failed safety tests. Kwun Ho Chan, of Wensleydale Street, Hartlepool, was handed a six-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, at Cambridge Crown Court today .

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  20. International Equine Disease Report, Third Quarter 2017Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 16 | The Horse

    The International Collating Centre, in Newmarket, United Kingdom, and other sources reported the following equine disease outbreaks during the third quarter of 2017. Denmark, France, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland, and the United States reported occurrences of strangles.

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