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  • If your minutia match the lender's obligations

    By benmariya3 at 06:35 on 03/12/13
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    , your lend would be allowed at one time. In most of the situations, it will not  take more than few hours to get the lend permitted and that too with smallest hassle.     Deriving direct money assistance can be a intimidating task. First of all, you have to be sure of the capital you are in need  of. Then, accordingly you have to gaze for an befitting intermediate, which will then allow you to...
  • Huntingdon Residents Can Help Cambs County Council Set Budget

    By MoonRambler at 09:55 on 06/10/12
    Help Cambridgeshire County Council set their budget
    Residents of Huntingdon are being reminded that they can have their say on the setting of Cambridgeshire County Council's annual budget. 'You Choose' is a county-wide survey, launched  from September 5, that is asking residents to put themselves in the position of councillors in making decisions about where to invest and save money.   Any residents who want to let the council know their opinions will have until October 17 to...
  • Five Years of Customer Service at HDC

    By LongBaker at 14:57 on 08/08/12
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    Monday 30 July 2012 sees the fifth anniversary of Huntingdonshire District Council's Customer Service Centre. The team, which was originally based in Centenary House and is now based in Pathfinder House, Huntingdon has provided help and assistance to over 240,000 people since opening in 2007. Staff in Customer Service have helped an average of 28,500 people with in depth queries, and a further 20,100 general queries each year. In a...
  • Evening Health Walks

    By LongBaker at 21:07 on 18/07/12
    Health Walks
    Huntingdonshire Health Walks Scheme has been holding free evening health walks in addition to its regular walks programme. The aim of the scheme is to improve physical and mental health and well-being. By including evening walks into the summer programme when evenings are lighter, it is hoped is to encourage those people who are unable to make the daytime walks to attend. The next evening walk is on Wednesday 25 July meeting at...
  • Wet Weather Hampers Grass Cutting

    By LongBaker at 08:57 on 27/06/12
    Cutting the Grass (Photo by Dan4th)
    Unseasonal wet weather has made it difficult for the grounds maintenance team at Huntingdonshire District Council to cut grass across the district. The large volume of rainfall experienced over recent weeks, combined with warm temperatures has meant that the grass is growing far quicker than would normally be expected. In some places, such as Riverside Park St Neots, there is still standing water in areas where at this time of year...

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