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The National Action Fraud administrator warns how the new HMRC pension rules could encourage fraudsters:

On 19 December 2014 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group launched a consultation on a future model for NHS 111 and GP Out of Hours services.

Martin Cowell, Bailiff for Offord and Buckden Angling Society writes: DOG WALKERS. as the bailiff for Offord and Buckden Angling Society I am gob smacked at the number of irresponsible dog walkers that leave dog mess along the Ouse Valley walk on the stretch behind Offord Mill and above Buckden Marina.

Ben Devonshire, Detective Constable, Huntingdon asks for information regarding a burglary in Greenway:

With the Met Office realease of a Cold Weather Alert Level 3, Cambrideshire County Council released the following cold weather advice:

Cambridge Constabulary via e-cops writes: Police have renewed a warning over fraudsters posing as police officers following more calls.

Note that the Buckden Local History Society talk announced on page 10 of the February 2014 issue will be about Barretts of St Neots and not about the Battle of St Neots as printed.

East Coast Mainline Level Crossing team will be at Offord Village Hall on 8th January, 4pm – 8pm and 10th January 11am – 3pm 2015 to consult with the public on their preferred scheme for the Offord crossing.

The B1043 through the Offords will be closed for resurfacing from 3rd November to 7th November between 9:30 and 15:30. The extent of the resurfacing and the diversion routes are shown below.

Dave Griffin, Cambridgshire Constabulary writes: We have seen a couple of incidents in recent days where rogue traders have called on elderly victims saying they were going to do repair work on their house: cleaning gutters, replacing broken roof tiles, garden or driveway work.

PCSO Alan Newman writes:

At present the St Neots and other sectors are experiencing a series of Dwelling Burglaries. These are taking place in a fairly random geographical pattern but rural villages and isolated properties have been particularly targeted.

Cambridgeshire County Council is seeking the views of household recycling centre (HRC) users and potential users of the service within Cambridgeshire, to help determine the future of the household waste recycling service. It is possible that Waste Recycling Centres might be closed, or their hours restricted.

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