Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Liberal Democrat membership surge

Membership of the Liberal Democrats is now at more than 54,240.


Since polls closed on Thursday, 7296 new members have joined the Liberal Democrats.

People are joining right across the country, and these are not just people who've been members before.

We're recruiting people who have never joined a party in the past but want to stand together against the things this Conservative government is already promising to do.

Find out more and join by clicking here.

eCops: 24 Hour Area Crime Update

In the past 24 hours there have been 3 relevant crimes reported to the police in Histon Sector.

On Monday the 11th May between 09:50 and 18:00hours, a theft from a motor vehicle took place in Graham Road, Orchard Park. Vehicle was left unattended parked at location mentioned, perpetrator(s) has smashed the rear glass window and gained entry into the vehicle. Variety of items including (Tom Tom, camera and a running watch were taken) CF0185910515 refers.

On Monday the 11th May between 20:00 and 222:00hours, a theft of a motor vehicle took place at the Fox Pub, in Gladeside, Bar Hill. Perpetrator(s) have stolen a black dodge nitro vehicle whilst was left unattended parked at Fox Car Park. CF0185940515 refers.

During the night of the 10th May and the 11th May, a theft from a motor vehicle took place in Ainger’s Road, Histon. Perpetrator(s) have smashed vehicle window which was left unattended parked in the area and have taken a back with belongings from within. CF0184550515 refers.

If you have any information which may assist us with the investigation into these crimes, please call 101 quoting the crime reference numbers.

Kind Regards
Histon Safer Neighbourhood Team

Saturday, 9 May 2015

3,000 new members and counting ...

Since 10pm on polling day over 3,000 new members have joined the Liberal Democrats. If you'd like to be one of them you can signup here;


Friday, 8 May 2015

Election Results 2015 Bar Hill and South Cambs

The results are now in both for our local District Council elections here in Bar Hill and for the South Cambridgeshire seat at Westminster.

Local results first;

HALL, Roger (Con) 1,300
GREEN, Helene (UKIP) 530
SMITH, Alexander (Labour) 443
DELDERFIELD, Clare (Lib Dem) 315
ROLAND, Claudia (Green) 265


Cambridge News has full coverage of the district council election results for South Cambridgeshire on their website;

http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Local-elections-2015-South-Cambridgeshire/story-26464646-detail/story.html

Here are the results for South Cambridgeshire Parliamentary constituency;

ALLEN, Heidi Suzanne (Con) 31,454
GREEF, Daniel James (Labour) 10,860
KINDERSLEY, Sebastian Gerald Molesworth (Lib Dem) 9,368
MASON, Marion Ann (UKIP) 6,010
SAGGERS, Simon Peter (Green) 3,848


The official result is available here from the South Cambs site (as a PDF);

https://www.scambs.gov.uk/sites/www.scambs.gov.uk/files/documents/Parliamentary%20Declaration%20of%20Result-completed.pdf

A14 Closures - J32/36 (Monday 11th May to 15th May - 8pm to 6 am)

Quick traffic announcement for next week.

Between Monday 11 May and Friday 15 May there will be no access onto A14 at either junction 32 or 36. There will also be temporary lane closures on the Eastbound carriageway between junctions 31-32. These closures will be effective between 20:00 and 06:00hrs.

Proposed changes to Central Library and Library Strategy consultation

A display featuring images and further information about proposals for Central Library to include an enterprise centre is now available online and in the entrance of the library. A public meeting about the proposals will take place on Wednesday 6 May.

Councillors agreed in April at the General Purposes Committee to refer a decision on proposals for an enterprise centre back to the Highways and Community Infrastructure Committee in June.

The Library Review consultation period has also been extended to 10 May in order to give residents more time to comment on proposals set out in a strategy for the future of the service. Responses to the consultation survey will help inform more detailed proposals for the library service, which will be taken to a Highways and Community Infrastructure Committee later in the summer. There will then be a second round of consultation.

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Polling Day ... Four Hours To Go!

Still plenty of time to vote, polls close at 10pm.

The polling station for Bar Hill is at the Church (by the Parish Council Officers).