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Orton Waterville Parish Council Community Speedwatch Volunteers Needed! Training 19th January 2018 at 7.00 pm, Orton Waterville Village Hall

Advert for Speedwatch volunteers

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Orton Waterville Parish Council survey report November 2017 by Cllr Alex Airey

Orton Waterville Parish Council survey report November 2017

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Notice of conclusion of audit for year ended 31 March 2017

Notice of conclusion of audit year ended 31 March 2017

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SPEED WATCH

Speed Limiting in Orton Waterville

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New GP Hub provides evening and weekend appointments to patients across Greater Peterborough

Patients registered with a GP in Greater Peterborough now have access to evening and weekend GP and nurse appointments at the GP Hub, based at Boroughbury Medical Centre, Craig Street, Peterborough. Open seven days a week, the GP Hub is a new GP-led evening and weekend service where local GPs and nurses offer a range…

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Notice of publication of unaudited Annual Return year ended 31 March 2017

The unaudited Annual Return has been published with this notice.  As it has yet to be reviewed by the appointed Auditor, it is subject to change as a result of that review. Notice of public rights and publication of unaudited annual return year ended 31 March 2017

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Relax

See following for information about the Hydrotherapy Pool available to all in the Peterborough area.

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Community Litter Group - Volunteers Wanted

The Parish Council support a volunteer litter picking group.  The group meet every 3 to 4 weeks for sessions of about two hours covering areas within the parish – and have had much success. Approximately a dozen people initially volunteered to help but, mostly because of other commitments, numbers have dropped. If you are a community minded people, and are willing to…

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Stay Well

In the past year as many of one in four residents in Cambridgeshire visited A&E when they could have used an alternative service or looked after themselves at home. Each visit to A&E costs the local NHS £87, and that’s before any treatment is given. When you look at the figures, this costs the local…

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Scams

Each year millions of people in the UK fall prey to scammers.  Some frontline scam fighters estimate the total cost to consumers of mass-marketed scams could be as much at £5 billion.  The truth is – with reporting levels as low as 5 percent for some types of scams – we don’t really know. What…

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