Street Naming at Capstone Fields

Dear resident,

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:


Street name In memory of
Howells Way Lynne Howells
Lofty Close Ann Lofty
Turner Close Ken Turner
Bhachu Drive Jagmohan Bhachu and Tejinder Bhachu
Barker Way Ray Barker

Any queries about the above, please contact the clerk

Wildlife Trust Walks – Hardwick Wood and surrounding

Dear residents,

There are some interesting walks, planned by Wildlife Trusts, happening in our surroundings. All will be a sociable walk in small groups, looking at common wildlife. The Cambourne session is suitable for wheelchairs/pushchairs.

For more information, please visit:

Millenium Way Permissive Path maintenance

The permissive path of Hardwick Millenium Way has undergone a bit of maintenance recently – where the start and end of the permissive section has been marked as well as ongoing directional markers. Hopefully, this will benefit avid and new walkers…see recent photos and a map showing approximately the permissive path

More information about the Millenium Way is here:

SCDC: A new community safety toolkit

Free toolkit to keep caring for your community 
The South Cambs Community Safety Partnership – a partnership between South 
Cambridgeshire District and Cambridgeshire County councils; the Police, Fire and 
Rescue Services; the Probation Service; and the NHS – has created a toolkit to help 
local people keep caring for their community as the pressures of the pandemic ease. 
As we approach the final stage of restrictions easing, many volunteers are thinkingabout putting in place longer-term structures to build community cohesion, and to tackle some of the other concerns that residents have. 
The six packs within the toolkit cover: Combating loneliness and isolation; Reaching your community; Making the local environment safer and greener; Crime prevention in your community; Preventing antisocial behaviour; Tackling road-related concerns. 
The toolkit also provides advice on how to encourage fellow residents to join in, as 
well as how to find out what the community thinks about the issues in question, and offers case studies from community groups which have successfully taken similar action before. 
The toolkit is funded by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), 
which awarded the funding to the South Cambs Community Safety Partnership of 
which South Cambridgeshire District Council is a partner. 
Find out more about the toolkit or share the toolkit in your communities by taking a look at South Cambridgeshire District Council’s video on Facebook or Twitter, or visit their press release online.