Citizens Advice Rural Cambs

Posted 03 Jun 2021

Chatteris Town Council is now funding outreach sessions by Citizens Advice Rural Cambs at Chatteris Library on Wednesdays, beginning 23rd June 2021.

For full details please click on this poster: Chatteris Poster for CAB

Midsummer Festival 27th June 2021

Posted 02 Jun 2021

Please click here to view the Midsummer Festival poster giving full details of the programme: Festival Poster 2021 V.3

For information about the dog show classes, colour fun run, etc, please go to the Festival website: www.chatterismidsummerfestival.co.uk

Town Council Meeting

Posted 26 May 2021

The next Chatteris Town Council meeting, on Tuesday 1st June, will be the first face to face meeting in over a year. The meeting will be held in the annexe at the King Edward Centre as there is insufficient space to accommodate everyone safely in the Council Chambers.

Anyone wishing to attend the meeting is asked to take a lateral flow covid test ahead of the meeting and only attend if the test is negative and they are not displaying symptoms. Space is still limited so members of the public are being asked to book a place in advance by emailing chatteriscouncil@btconnect.com.

The meeting will begin at 7pm and the agenda is available to view under the meetings tab if you go to agendas.

Mayor for 2021/22

Posted 05 May 2021

Cllr Linda Ashley was unanimously re-elected as Mayor for a third term of office at the Annual Chatteris Town Council meeting on Tuesday 4th May 2021.  Members agreed that Cllr Ashley should continue in the role for a third year as the past year had been unprecedented due to the pandemic. Covid-19 meant she had been unable to undertake many Mayoral duties. Cllr Ashley assured members she had been working hard in the background for the good of the town during the past year but hoped to be able to get out and about in the coming year.

Cllr Ian Benney was unanimously re-elected as Deputy Mayor for a third year.