May 13, 2019

Hardwick Annual Parish Meeting Tue 21st May 2019 7pm

The Hardwick Annual Parish Meeting will take place on Tuesday 2st May 2019 at 7pm in the school. The meeting is open to all parishioners who may by law discuss all parish matters, ask questions, put forward views and pass resolutions. Please links below for the agenda for the Annual Parish Meeting and the minutes Read More
May 8, 2019

Feedback: Wooded area between Ashmead and Sudeley Grove

We’ve received some feedback about the wooded area between Ashmead and Sudeley Grove. Just a note of congratulation. The council recently cleared the wooded area between Ashmead and Sudeley Grove. What a lovely job, nice for the children and for the residents. Well done. Please extend my thanks to the whole committee. Paul Mantle Thank Read More
February 19, 2019

Agenda for Hardwick Parish Council meeting on 26th February 2019

The agenda for the Hardwick Parish Council meeting to be held on 26th February is available on the Village Noticeboard along with the minutes of the January meetings.  These will also be made available on this website but not until after the meeting has taken place.  Ben Stoehr normally does this but he is away Read More
February 17, 2019

Update on Hardwick Community Centre

In case you missed it here is the update from Hardwick Community Centre Working Group that was published in the February edition of the Hardwick Happenings   New Community Centre update.   Since our open public meeting back in November the Hardwick Community Centre Working Group (HCCWG) has been assessing the feedback from that meeting Read More
October 25, 2018

A new Community Centre for Hardwick – meeting Tuesday 6th November

An announcement by Hardwick Community Centre Working Group   Open evening in the school hall Tuesday 6th November between 5pm and 8pm   Did you know Hardwick will be getting a new Community Centre in the near future?   Did you know that the two proposed housing developments at Grace Crescent and St Neots Road Read More
October 8, 2018

Public meeting in Hardwick to air views on Bourn Airfield Development Tuesday 16th October at Hardwick School starting 7:30 pm

Residents of Hardwick should have received details from South Cambs DC of an outline proposal to build 3,500 dwellings at Bourn Airfield. Whatever your views on the development it seems clear that this development will have a big impact on Hardwick – after all that’s why you have been sent details of the proposal. Hardwick Read More
June 5, 2018

Hardwick Parish Council – Vacancies for Councillors

Vacancies for Councillors
Contact the Council
Gail Stoehr
Hardwick Parish Council

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