It’s that time of the year again … time for the annual parish meetings. Sue and David try and go to most monthly meetings and of course the annual meetings are something extra special so we do our very best to attend those. We’ve already been to 3 this year. Cottenham was last week then Rampton at the beginning of this week and Oakington on Wednesday. Histon and Impington will be next month. Sue and David have sent in an annual report but they are still required to attend and answer questions. Read the rest of this entry.
It was a small victory for common sense this month; and a big benefit for local people.
Residents of High Street, Cottenham are often disturbed by night-time HCV movements. That’s no fun on parts of the street where the road runs literally feet from residents’ front doors. But a little light detective work revealed that the HCVs (lorries to you and me) are coming from Spalding in Lincolnshire to deliver fresh produce to Premier Foods in Histon. Read the rest of this entry.
We have just published our annual report for 2009 2010. Click here or go to the side bar on the left for a copy. Reports for previous years are also available.
The Chairs of Histon and Impington Parish Councils met members of the Histon FC board this week. Four directors attended the meeting and it has been agreed that further meetings should be scheduled, probably 4 times a year. Read the rest of this entry.
Our Mar 10 report is now available. Click here or in the menu bar on the left to access it.
Our Feb 10 report is now available. Click here or in the menu bar on the left to access it.
It was tree planting day at Oakington today when volunteers were invited to support the planting of a new wood on Cambridgeshire ‘county farm’ land to celebrate 100 years of Cambridgtshire’s county farms. The plot at Oakington will eventually be home to over 8000 trees and shrubs. Read the rest of this entry.
Our January 2010 report which we write for the parish councils is now available. Click here to see a copy. For previous months’ reports please refer to the link in the left hand column.
The County Council has just completed a review of its route network from the point of view of its use by HCVs. The review differentiates between ‘strategic’ and ‘local’ routes. Click here to visit the CCC web-site and view it on line. Alternatively click here for direct access to the map. Note that the consultation runs until 5 Feb 10. Read the rest of this entry.
The council workmen have worked hard to get the new crossing on the B1049 by New Road finished by Xmas but it’s not quite ready. However it’s already apparent that this crossing is a big improvement on what was there before. Read the rest of this entry.