Elm Parish Council
Elm is one of the largest parishes in Fenland District, covering 6,000 hectares of rich agricultural land.
The parish is made up of the villages of Elm and Fridaybridge and the smaller settlements of Coldham and Rings End, which together with a number of scattered and isolated properties has a total population of around 3,500.
The villages and settlements within the parish have easy access to the Fenland market towns of March to the south and Wisbech to the north. Peterborough and King’s Lynn are both around 30 minutes' travelling time for residents of the parish.
Elm Parish Council meets on a monthly basis; usually on a Tuesday, at 7.00pm in the Parish Council’s office at Begdale Road, Elm.
Agendas for Parish Council meetings, which include an Open Forum of 15 minutes duration, are published on the Parish Council’s notice boards in each of the villages/settlements: the locations of the notice boards are: the Pocket Park and outside the village store opposite the Cemetery in Elm; adjacent to the Clocktower at Fridaybridge; the “bus shelter” layby at Coldham; the bus shelter on March Road at Rings End.
Agendas and minutes are also published on this website. Next meeting is scheduled for May 24th.
In addition to monthly meetings, the Parish Council holds an Annual Assembly, in April each year, to which members of the public are invited to engage with the Parish Council and raise any issues of community concern.
Cambridgeshire County Council budget proposals for 2016/17. News releases outlining how different areas of the council are likely to be affected.
TOUGH CHOICES FOR CAMBRIDGESHIRE TO MEET £41 MILLION SAVINGS
PROPOSED SAVINGS SET OUT FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND ADULT SERVICES
PROPOSED SAVINGS SET OUT FOR CORPORATE SERVICES
BUDGET PROPOSALS FOR ECONOMY, TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE
CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL’S PUBLIC HEALTH BUDGET PROPOSALS ANNOUNCED