Displayed here, in reverese chronological order (latest first), are expired Local News items that were entered by website members form St. Ives in Cambridgeshire more than a month ago.
Warnings still in force for Ellington, Hamerton and the Alconburys. River level still rising slowly at Brampton. More rain forecast so keep an eye on the Environment Agency infromation. Follow the link below...
Be aware that there are Flood Warnings in force around Hamerton, Coppingford, Alconbury Weston, Alconbury, Brampton and Ellington and areas west of Huntingdon.
Keep an eye on the live Environment Agency flood alert data - follow the link below
We welcome St Neots Foodbank as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Alan and the other volunteers to add further information about the St Neots Foodbank over the coming weeks.
We welcome CareUK as new members of the Huntingdonshire websites. We look forward to working with Toby Swallow and the management team to add further information about CareUK's new Field Lodge Care Home in St Ives over the coming weeks.
The web addresses of all our Huntingdonshire parish websites has changed. The old names will still work well into 2015 but if you have saved any old links to us you should renew them over the next three months or so. The new names are really easy, its the village or parish name followed by "cambs.info" like this "http://www.warboys.cambs.info/" or "http://www.abbots-ripton.cambs.info/"
These is more detail and an explanation on our Facebook page. Follow this link...
Another major upgrade underway to all our Huntingdonshire websites which may cause temporary interruption to individual websites as we work on them. Once we have completed all the foundation work we will explain what we are doing and why we are doing it.
We apologise if you experience an issue whilst using the websites. We will try to keep the downtime to a minimum
The heritage Vulcan is due to fly over Huntingdonshire in half an hour. Grab your cameras and listen for the roar!
Article excerpt from my blog on accountingWEB
"There's an important VAT exemption for public interest bodies. But in recent years, HMRC have won a number of Tribunals, arguing that their activities fall outside the exemption. Since there is often very little input tax to recover in these cases, the result is a quite a VAT burden." Read on . . .
Article Excerpt from CRE Buzz edition ahead of CRE North Exhibition (Manchester) on the 8th & 9th October 2014
"Consider a construction project in a local church,' said Les. 'Quite rightly, church leadership teams recognise VAT presents a significant burden, especially if they get it wrong! There are some basic questions that I ask, and which determine the extent to which VAT becomes an additional cost to a project. These principles apply as much to a 1K project as a 10 million pound project and everything in between." Read on . . .
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