Author: Kim Loader
Following concerns raised around safety for pedestrians and cyclists, Fenstanton and Hemingford Grey Parish Councils are working closely with residents in the London Road area.
We are reviewing possible options on traffic calming and speed reduction along London Road, with a view to lobbying/ applying for Local Highway Initiative (LHI) grants from Cambridgeshire County Council. A key component of any... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 28 Jul 2021 11:06 by Kim Loader
Just a friendly reminder that the Commissioner's public survey on policing and crime priorities ends on 30th July.The survey is for members of the public of any age to share their views and priorities about policing and crime in the county. The survey feedback will be used to help shape the content of the Police and Crime Plan for the next three years.Thank you to those who have already completed... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 23 Jul 2021 08:22 by Kim Loader
Planning Committee meetings will be held in The Pavilion on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm until further notice.
The next meeting is due on Tuesday 21st September.
Posted: Thu, 22 Jul 2021 09:09 by Kim Loader
The High Street is now fully reopen to traffic.
Thanks to CCC Highways for filing what was apparently quite a large void under the middle of the road. There was no obvious immediate cause for the void - there were no exposed pipes in the hole or any surface or sewage water.
However the opportunity was taken to jet the surface water drain past the site and the connections to the road gullies - especially... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 19 Jul 2021 19:40 by Kim Loader
Due to the appearance of a hole in the middle of the road the police have closed the High Street adjacent to Budgens. - pedestrians and cyclists can still use the pavements.
The hole is not very large - yet! It has all the signs of being hollow over a much larger area. The police - and others - have alerted CCC Highways.
We do not currently have any indication as to when the road will reopen.
Posted: Sun, 18 Jul 2021 12:55 by Kim Loader
Thank You to all those who donated to, collected, organised or helped in anyway with the Food Bank Collection on Sunday 11th July.
Approximately 558kg of food items were donated - this is equivalent to 22 family parcels*, 28 for a couple or 35 for a single person.
* A parcel contains sufficient food for 3 meals per day for 3 days.
Posted: Sat, 17 Jul 2021 10:47 by Kim Loader
There will be roadworks at the junction of Vine Close and Hemingford Rd (UK Power Networks) from 15th - 19th July (5 days across the weekend).There will be multi-way traffic lights and a temporary footpath while work takes place. For up to information on the status of Highways in the local area use the Quick Link to go to Road and Traffic Information for Cambridgeshire .
Posted: Thu, 15 Jul 2021 11:51 by Kim Loader
Dews Coaches have announced that they will taking over the St Ives Market Day No 9 Bus service from Monday 16th August 2021 and operate it commercially.
They will be adding an extra journey to the service but will no longer receive a subsidy.
A timetable for the new service is available by clicking on the PDF link below or the DEWS logo in the left hand column.
Posted: Wed, 14 Jul 2021 18:36 by Kim Loader
The Parish Council are pleased to announce they were successful in their Local Highways Initiative bid and have secured funding from Cambridgeshire County Council to establish a 20mph zone in the village centre, which will include the primary school.
Posted: Thu, 08 Jul 2021 11:20 by Kim Loader
PLEASE SHARE WHAT YOU CAN SPARE
Items urgently needed include:
. Canned goods – no baked beans please!
. Tea & Coffee
. UHT milk
. Toilet rolls
You can leave your donation in a carrier bag on your doorstep/driveway between 10am-11am, Sunday 11 July, for collection by our volunteers, or you are welcome to drop off your donation at the Reading Room, High Street from 11am... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 30 Jun 2021 09:06 by Kim Loader