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Stuntney - Local Public Services





  • Bus Timetables
  • 13th May 2012

    These are the CURRENT bus timetables.


  • POLICE

    November 2011: This is the latest update of the police team that covers Stuntney.

    PC 1905 Den Williams EC23 07850 141156 7112143

    PCSO 7356 Alistair McKenzie EC121 07525 227462 7113229

    PCSO 7215 Jo Andow EC122 07872 357801 7111770

    PCSO 7042 Dan Stewart EC123 07713 997627 7111095

    It might be useful to know their mobile numbers if you wish to report or discuss a non-urgent community matter but the response obviously depends on the particular officer being on duty at the time of the call

    Please note that for Crimes or Emergencies Happening Now, 999 is the number to ring. The police have also stated that the new number for reporting suspicious events, or crimes that have happened, will be 101. This will publicly launch on November 14th 2011 in Cambridgeshire. (At present it is 0345 456 456 4)

    "Calls from land lines and mobile networks will then cost 15 pence per call, no matter what time of day or the duration of the call.

    For the first time ever, everyone calling the police for non-emergency matters will know exactly how much it will cost them and will be assured of equal access whether they are on a pay-as-you-go mobile or a home land line.

    For many, this will be cheaper than the current cost of calling the police when it is not an emergency - calls to some existing police non-emergency numbers can cost 40 pence per minute on pay-as-you-go tariffs."

    Rodney Vincent, Stuntney NW


    Anti-social Behaviour Co-ordinator Brian Tully (Tel 01353 656641 mobile 07736 087016).
    Mobile numbers are for non-urgent community issues only, not to report suspicious incidents or crimes.
    The Police will assess the urgency of your call and redirect it as necessary.
    You can also ask the call centre to put you in touch with an individual police officer based at Ely.
    If you are witnessing a crime in progress please dial 999.
    Visit the Cambs. Police website
    www.cambs.police.uk
    Or to sign up to join for E-Cops the local police interactive website select here
    Record your property online to aid police recover stolen items, free service www.immobilise.com

  • NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH
    Co-ordinator Rodney Vincent (664990), other N.W. contacts Nigel Bell, Jim Spinks or contact any member of the Stuntney Village Council.
    We have strong links with the East Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Association, also Ely police. An e-mail communication chain has been set up for speedily passing on matters of local concern, incidents, suspicious callers etc. If you are not already included on the circulation but would like to be, please contact Rodney on 664990.
    Whether or not you have e-mail, do pass on any unusual incidents, and try to get vehicle numbers or descriptions whenever possible. The message we need to get out to criminals is that Stuntney is not an easy touch.

    East Cambs Neighbourhood Watch Association Website (created September 2007)
    http://eastcambsnhw.googlepages.com/home

  • ELECTRICITY For power failures ring EDF Energy East Anglia helpline 0800 7 838 838

  • GAS
    If you smell gas or for other gas emergencies phone TRANSCO 0800 111 999
    Gas supply enquiries 0845 605 66 77

  • STREET LIGHTING
    Fault reporting. Phone Freephone 08002 53529 quoting the village and road name and the number printed on the light column.

    GOVERNMENT - NATIONAL & LOCAL
    M.P. for Cambridgeshire South East - James Paice (Con)
    East Cambs District Councillor for Ely East (including Stuntney) - Brian Ashton (Con). County Council Representative (Ely North and East) - Nigel Bell (Lib Dem) (Tel 01353 661448)

  • PUBLIC TRANSPORT
    Stagecoach Bus Services to Ely (via the Station) - from 14th February 2010
    Go to http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/around/buses/atoz.htm?R=CB++12+++ for official timetable.

    www.stagecoachbus.com Tel.01223 423 578

    Rail timetables from Ely

    Useful train time finder website thetrainline.com

    www.nationalexpress.com
    Or use the National Rail Planner http://ojp.nationalrail.co.uk/en/pj/jp

    DIAL-a-RIDE SERVICE (Ely, Soham Dial-a-Ride)
    This is a charity established in 2003 to help overcome day to day transport problems for those without a car or who have difficulties using public transport, providing a door-to-door service by minibus. Dial-a-Ride also offers its members many day excursions for pub lunches or to places of interest.
    All users have to be members which costs 7 a year or 12 a household. The return cost, for example to Ely, is 2.75 with a bus pass or 5.50 without. The cost for under 18s is 3.75 return. A door to door service is provided from Fordham up, so the individual can say where they want to go, eg. Princess of Wales hospital, Tesco, Market Square. For Stuntney the service is available on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and pick-ups and returns are normally between 10.00 and 15.00. Also provided are door to door excursions to places of interest eg. in Cambridge, St Ives and Bury St Edmunds, priced individually.
    For more details tel 01353 661161 email
    info@esdar.org.uk or visit the website www.esdar.org.uk

    A complementary service to Dial-a-Ride is offered by the East Cambridgeshire Social Car Service, which is operated by Voluntary and Community Action East Cambs, a registered charity. The service offers door to door transport to people who are unable to use conventional public transport. The aim is to help the frail, elderly, disabled and isolated get out and about. The scheme includes Stuntney.
    Passengers make a contribution per mile towards the cost of their journey which covers the driver's petrol costs and the wear and tear on the car.
    Voluntary and Community Action, 41e, Forehill, Ely, CB7 4AA. Tel. 01353 666553>/p>

    For local Taxi Services see the Trades and Services page

  • REFUSE COLLECTIONS
    From October 7th 2009:
    Ordinary refuse collections - weekly on Wednesdays.
    All Recyclable materials fortnightly on Wednesdays
    'Black Box' for newspapers, yellow pages, junk mail etc; Also to go in in Black Box : glass bottles & jars in plastic bags, separate plastic bags for food and drink cans (rinsed);
    Brown paper sacks for compostable materials - garden waste, cardboard, food waste;
    Clear plastic sack (supplied by Council) for plastic bottles without lids.
    Fortnightly collection dates to end of 2009: Oct.7th and 21st, November 4th and 18th, December 2nd and 16th.
    Boxes and bags should be ready for collection by 7 am.
    Customer helpline (01353 665555),
    email waste@eastcambs.gov.uk
    website www.eastcambs.gov.uk

  • PUBLIC ACCESS COMPUTERS
    Two public access computers together with printers are available in the Stuntney Social Clubrooms, installed by the Cambridgeshire Community Network using continuous broadband connections to the internet provided as part of the 27 million contract between Cambs. CC and NTL.
    The Stuntney Social Club acts as host to the computers and access is during club hours unless special arrangements are made. The Club is normally open from 8 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. No charge is made for access but as the Club has to stand the overhead costs of lighting, heating and insurance it would be appreciated if regular users would take out Club membership. The fees are very modest.

  • MOBILE LIBRARY
    Thursday 16th September 2010 marked the last of the fortnightly visits by the mobile library. From Friday 1st October the visits will be monthly, on the first Friday of each month, Stuntney (near Social Club) time 10 - 10.30 am.
    For renewals or enquiries ring 0845 045 5225 or website select here

  • TRADES & GENERAL SERVICES
    Go to the 'Trades & Services' page select here

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