The Parish Council is planning to update the Village website as a whole, which would involve potentially a new design for the website. The main goal is to prepare the website for the future, making it more user-friendly, better integrated with other facilities and a useful communication tool for the village.
As such, the Parish Council is looking in the first instance, whether there is local interest from the village, from local web designers or developers, who would be willing to help with this project.
If there is any interest, please contact the webmaster or the Clerk, at the earliest. The deadline is until 2nd November.
As of today, 28th of September, we have 2 vacancies currently on the Parish Council, which can be filled by co-option. More information is available here
Please be aware that disposable masks and gloves need to be disposed properly, as most of them cannot be recycled.
See poster from the South Cambs council
You are welcome to join the next Full Council meeting, happening on the 22nd Sept…
More information about the agenda and joining instructions can be found here
Dear residents, and regulars of Hardwick wood,
Please be aware that there are large hornets at the Toft end of Hardwick Wood, and a family were stung badly on Sunday (6th Sept).
Be extra careful and don’t attempt to interfere with a nest, and if you know of any regulars of that side of the Wood, do let them know.
Households across Cambridgeshire will soon have the opportunity to club together to buy and install solar panels at a reduced price.
The County Council and District Councils have joined forces with Solar Together as part of the initiative to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
See more information by visiting : https://www.solartogether.co.uk/cambridgeshire/home
Please note that Stagecoach is altering some of their services from 30th August 2020, which might affect our village.
Full details of the changes can be found on their website and by following this link https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/east/august-30th-service-changes
The Recovery Phase of the Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund is now open to constituted community organisations throughout Cambridgeshire, who are helping the most vulnerable communities to recover from the impact of the pandemic and adapt to the new environment and community needs.
Note: The deadline for Round 1 is 9th September 2020.
For more information, check the grants page
There is a communities grant scheme currently open for application. The Parish Council encourages local groups to apply. Apply by: 30th September 2020