Cambridge City Council
Cambridge was granted a Royal Charter by King John in 1207, which permitted the appointment of a Mayor, although the first recorded Mayor, Harvey FitzEustace, served in 1213. Cambridge was granted its city charter in 1951 in recognition of its history, administrative importance and economic success. Responsible for services including school education, social care and highways, since 2013 the County Council has had No Overall Control. There are a number of ceremonial items used by the Council which date to different periods of history.
Cambridge City Council complaints contacts
Visit Contact Page
Email Customer Services on firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Customer services on 01223 457000
Call Out of hours emergency on 01223 457457
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