Which council is Huntingdon?
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What county is Huntingdon in?
Is Huntingdon a Shire?
Huntingdonshire (/ˈhʌntɪŋdənʃər, -ʃɪər/; abbreviated Hunts) is a non-metropolitan district of Cambridgeshire and a historic county of England. The district council is based in Huntingdon.
How do I contact Cambridgeshire County Council?
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What council is St Ives under?
Hayle and St Ives – Cornwall Council.
Where is Cambridgeshire County Council based?
Cambridgeshire County Council is the county council of Cambridgeshire, England. The council consists of 61 councillors, representing 59 electoral divisions. The council is based at New Shire Hall at Alconbury Weald, near Huntingdon. It is a member of the East of England Local Government Association.
How many district councils are there in Cambridgeshire?
Cambridgeshire is made up of five districts containing a total of 60 divisions. Your local district council is responsible for services including: council tax payments and benefits.
What council is St Neots under?
Local government in Cambridgeshire – Cambridgeshire County Council.
What council does St Neots fall under?
Homepage of Huntingdonshire District Council – Huntingdonshire.gov.uk.
Is St Neots bigger than Huntingdon?
The biggest town is St Neots in the south. The next, also on the Great Ouse, is Huntingdon itself: the county town.
Is Huntingdon north or south Cambridgeshire?
Huntingdon, town (parish), Huntingdonshire district, administrative county of Cambridgeshire, historic county of Huntingdonshire, south-central England. It is the administrative centre and county town (seat) of Huntingdonshire, and it lies on the north bank of the River Ouse (or Great Ouse).
What county is Peterborough in?
Peterborough, city and unitary authority, geographic county of Cambridgeshire, England.