Cllr Pauline Wilson

Liberal Democrat Campaigner for Haddenham, Soham South, Stretham, Wilburton, Aldreth, Wicken & Little Thetford Learn more

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With your support on 4th May Pauline Wilson and Rod Cantrill will be the strong team that will deliver real change for local people. This May local residents here in Soham South and Haddenham have a huge opportunity to improve our area by backing the hard working local Lib Dem team. Community campaigner Pauline Wilson […]

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HELP PAULINE STAND UP FOR OUR AREA

by Pauline A. Wilson on 20 April, 2017

Together, we can deliver real change this May Local campaigner Pauline Wilson is standing for the County Council this May because she wants the Council to care about people whether they are young or old.  “Having lived in Cambridgeshire for 41 years, I am very aware of the issues that face a rural area,” said Pauline. “For the last 15 years I have […]

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Our plan for Cambridgeshire

by Pauline A. Wilson on 12 March, 2017

  Liberal Democrat members from across Cambridgeshire have worked hard to develop this manifesto. We have a plan for a county where residents are served by a listening, caring and responsible administration. Liberal Democrat Manifesto for Cambridgeshire    

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Pauline Wilson: Your County Council Candidate.

by Pauline A. Wilson on 20 February, 2017

Pauline Wilson to represent the Soham South and Haddenham Division on Cambridgeshire County Council. Having lived in Cambridgeshire for 41 years, I am very aware of the issues that can arise from living in a rural area. For the last 15 years I have lived in Haddenham, which is part of the Soham South and […]

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FOCUS ON HADDENHAM – TRAFFIC SAFETY

by Pauline A. Wilson on 16 November, 2016

Crossing needed on Hop Row The Parish Council is pressing to get a new pedestrian crossing on Hop Row. “Lots of parents and carers and their children need to cross Hop Row to get to school, nursery, preschool and the play park,” said Pauline. Parents ignored by County Council County Highways officials say this cannot […]

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  Introduction East Cambridgeshire District Council is small, but has some very big plans. Under twelve years of Conservative control, the council has come up with a number of large and very expensive projects, many of which they have been promising for years but none of which have yet come to reality. Meanwhile the council […]

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YOU HAVE THREE VOTES FOR THREE COUNCILLORS

by Gareth Wilson on 30 April, 2015

SANDRA SHARP Sandra moved to Haddenham after retirement from working in a stroke unit and cardiac ward. Sandra led the campaign and petition to keep the local bus service with the support of 275 fellow passengers and took the fight to the County Council. Like many grandparents Sandra takes her two grandsons to and from […]

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An anemometer mast was erected on 28th March, just days before the construction start date on their planning permission ran out on 10th April. The steel lattice structure, which is higher than anything else for miles around, is a completely different design to the columnar example shown to the Planning Committee. What is of major […]

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Dial A Ride Disaster

by Gareth Wilson on 9 March, 2015

Trustees move to close Ely & Soham Dial A Ride from 31 March Years of Tory council cuts take their toll Hope of transfer to keep service alive? Following a series of Conservative council cuts, members of Ely & Soham Dial A Ride recently voted to close the organisation from 31 March. Haddenham Liberal Democrat […]

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Ely public toilets lose their shine

by Gareth Wilson on 9 March, 2015

Ely’s toilets used to be award winners – but cleaning and maintenance have been reduced by Tory cuts. For a tourist city, well maintained and signposted public toilets are essential. East Cambs Tories stopped paying for the council to enter the ‘Good Loo Awards’. Entering the award helped keep up the standard of our loos, […]

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