The Environment Agency has launched an online virtual exhibition room to provide you and your community with information about this year and next year’s work.
Please use this link: https://eaousewashesbanks.co.uk/
The room will be open until the end of July. We hope you find the information useful and please don’t forget to complete the online feedback form, we want to know what you liked and what we can do better.
Pre start newsletter for your information: Newsletter_June2021
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact:
Monica Stonham, Public Liaison Officer on behalf of the Environment Agency
Tel – 07534 457348, Email – OuseWashesProjectEA@gmail.com
To find out more about the Ouse Washes works go to our webpage: Ouse Washes Section 10 works
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm, Email: email@example.com
Telephone 03708 506 506, Minicom (for the hard of hearing) 03702 422 549
Environment incident hotline
Telephone (24 hour service) 0800 80 70 60
Telephone (24 hour service) 0345 988 1188
Type talk (for the hard of hearing) 0345 602 6340
Highways England has started work on improvements to the Guyhirn junction between the A47 (Fen Road to South Brink) and the A141 (March Road). Find our more by visiting www.highwaysengland.co.uk/guyhirn
Go Left is Highways England’s 2021 Breakdown campaign which aims to improve road users’ awareness and confidence around what to do in the event of a breakdown on a motorway, including those without a hard shoulder, helping people feel more capable and equipped should it happen to them. Please visit: https://highwaysengland.co.uk/road-safety/breakdowns/
March 2021 Update
#StandFirm focusses on the personal testimonies of local people who have been impacted by Covid-19. We are encouraging people to Stand Firm against Covid, stay home, protect families and protect communities. To view personal testimonies view:
January 2021 Update
Lockdown and Vaccination Programme – 20 COVID-19 Health Update 14 January 2021
FAQ social media messages
December 2020 Update
Help prevent the spread of COVID through December and the Christmas period. This is to try to reduce the number of cases, save lives and avoid a Tier 3 situation occurring as we move into January. Visit:
The messages and images in this toolkit focus on activities and ideas that people can do in the run-up to Christmas that will keep them COVID-safe. There’s also a special video from Father Christmas!
November 2020 Update
July 2020 Update
PCC CCC Test and Trace
Prince’sTrust Health and Social Care training opp. July
For Cambridge City, Peterborough City and District Council Hubs,
including help or assistance for individuals:
Covid-19 Co-ordination Hubs info and contacts.pdf
For Fenland District Council (FDC),
including help for residents, help for businesses, Shielded Group and FDC Hub visit:
For national advice visit: www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus
Community Safety Survey
The Fenland Community Safety Partnership survey is now open, let us know how safe you feel living in and visiting Fenland. Follow the link below:
HELP YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY
The Cambridgeshire County Council Flood and Water Team are working with the Environment Agency to help form Community Flood Groups in March and across the County. If you would like to learn more about this opportunity then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our NEWS & EVENTS, USEFUL LINKS section for more information
If you are a care home, elderly, have young children, have a health condition or a medical dependency on electricity – you may be eligible for priority treatment during a power cut so that you get power back on more quickly. If this aplies to you or someone you know PLEASE contact UK Power Networks freephone 0800 169 9970 or collect a leaflet from the Town Hall.
Aged 40 – 74? A FREE NHS Health Check can help reduce risk of disease, stroke, kidney disease, diabetes or dementia. Why not volunteer as a NHS Health Checks Champion.
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