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ShapeYourPlace is coming to East Cambridgeshire

Published Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 by Karl Bedingfield

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043/12

Date: 

03/04/2012

A new community website designed to let local people talk, debate and highlight the issues which matter most to them is launching this week in East Cambridgeshire.

ShapeYourPlace which began in Fenland in 2010, is a one stop site for everything to do with the place people live is going to cover five areas of East Cambridgeshire: Ely, Soham and East villages, Littleport, South villages and West villages.

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The full ECDC press release can be viewed here:ShapeYourPlace is coming to East Cambridgeshire

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  • At 1:48 pm on April 4th, 2012, Marie wrote:

    Delighted to read about this new online project coming closer to the heart of Ely & really welcoming having the opportunity to have a say on local quality of life.. even mundane issues can usually make a real difference in that quality of life for local residents.

    Here’s one I’d like to start you up with:

    Since Sainsburys have opened their doors, I do believe there is a need for at least one more council rubbish bin half-way towards Prickwillow Rd. Over the last 4 years I have personally hand-picked more glass bottles, cans, take-away wrappings & plastic bags than i care to remember up & down Lisle Lane, as i find my walk is marred by such obvious thoughtless litter. Some of it i have been able to dump either in the one bin by the entrance to the pedestrian walkway halfway down Lisle lane & some in the one bin by the cemetery, but often have been left with stuff to take hom – as home was nearer than any usable bin.

    Sainsburys when broached said they would approach the Council: some proactive move towards rectifying this would be welcome.
    Thank you.

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