There is a community meeting regarding the above on Wednesdays 24th November from 18h00 till 20h00. This will affect Hardwick Parish.
The main reason for the meeting is to discuss future events for the parishes affected by planned development, especially given the current and future developments at Bourn Airfield and Cambourne West.
The Meeting will be online by Zoom: https://scambs-gov-uk.zoom.us/j/85448867038?pwd=ZzBrY3hTRGVLdmsxOUNZSFlsNFhsUT09
For more information, please see: https://www.scambs.gov.uk/a428-development-cluster-meeting/
If you are interested in tendering for the village maintenance contract please contact the clerk for the tender pack.
211116 grass cutting invite to tender
The Wildlife Trust is currently setting up a young people’s forum, and are especially keen to get volunteers from a diverse range of people aged 11-24 who are interested in environmental issues
If there any questions, please contact Rebecca Neal
The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) has today launched two public consultations on proposals to help people move in and around Cambridge easily and more sustainably.
The first – Making Connections – is asking for people’s views on proposals to radically enhance bus and active travel journeys, while the second – Cambridge Eastern Access – offers more specific proposals for improving cycling and walking journeys along Newmarket Road.
The Making Connections consultation closes on 20 December and more information can be found at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/making-connections-2021
The Cambridge Eastern Access consultation closes on 22 December and more information can be found at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/NewmarketRd2021
The agenda for the next Parish Council meeting is available. Meeting will be held in the Cabin @ St Mary’s church
We have some interesting news regarding street names of Capstone Fields – which is the new development of 155 dwellings happening on St Neot’s Road.
Hardwick Parish Council has asked the developers to name the streets in the development in memory of deceased former residents of the village.
The Parish Council has considered residents who have now sadly passed away but who it believes made a significant and special contribution to the village during their lifetime.
This Parish Council proposal has been agreed by the developers and by South Cambridgeshire District Council and the street names will be:
||In memory of
||Jagmohan Bhachu and Tejinder Bhachu
Any queries about the above, please contact the clerk
Please find agenda for upcoming Parish Council meeting on the 28th of September, at 19h00 in the Cabin, St Mary’s Church
We have been contacted by SCDC about the noise levels from the 2 festivals, there is a noise complaint hotline for residents to use when the events are live.
They can be contacted on 0203 475 0714 or you can contact them via email firstname.lastname@example.org