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Help us ensure Northstowe is a great place to live - 04/06/2015

We are doing a piece of work with other partnersw to try and get people's views on the funding and facilities that will be needed to make Northstowe a great place to live.

New service to support for children and young people - 29/04/2015

Centre 33 are helping the County Council to set up a new telephone service that will allow everyone to access support for children and young people. By completeing their short survey you can help ensure that the best quality information is available.

The April newsletter has arrived - 13/04/2015

Catch up with all the latest news and events. Read our legal updates and news from the Charity Commission

Cambridgeshire Community Fair 2015 - 13/04/2015

Tuesday 2 June should be a date in your diary if you want to find out anything about running or joining a community group or charity in Cambridgeshire.

Hotdesking for Cambridge Groups - 13/03/2015

Orwell House offers convenient hotdesking and co-working opportunities for local groups.

Cambridge Volunteer Centre Training - 13/03/2015

The Cambridge Volunteer Centre has a number of courses coming up in April, book early to avoid disappointment.

Free training on managing challenging behaviour - 13/03/2015

If you are an organisation delivering front line services then this training course may be for you When someone’s challenging behaviour gets in the way of me doing my job

CCVS Feburary newsletter has arrived - 27/02/2015

Read the CCVS Feburary newsletter

Tell Healthwatch where you go for help - 21/01/2015

Healthwatch want to find out about the first thing you would do to solve different health issues in a 2 minute survey. We all solve things in different ways. Knowing what you do, can help our local GP Practices and the people who make decisions about local health services, plan better care for everyone.

Cambridgeshire Police inspection available - 10/12/2014

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) independently assesses police forces and policing activity ranging from neighbourhood teams through serious crime to the fight against terrorism – in the public interest. They have recently published their PEEL report for Cambridgeshire