The agenda for the next PC meeting is now available.
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- Beer festival
- County & District Councillors
All welcome to attend. Meeting starts at 8pm and is held in the village hall.
Bluntisham Parish Council has a half allotment plot which has become available with immediate effect. If anyone is interested in having a year of growing their own produce then for the bargain price of £20 what have you got to lose.
If you are interested in finding out more detail then please contact the clerk: email@example.com or 07725 308115.
Bluntisham Parish Council are working with St Ives Town Council and surrounding villages to gather evidence around the local bus service which is at risk of being abolished from April 2019.
If you could complete the survey per household and not per person no later than 31st October 2018 that would be a great help.
Click here to take the survey
Bluntisham Parish Council have purchased a mobile speed detection camera in order to monitor speeds travelled at certain key areas within the village. The data used can help the parish council with their bids for funding to help improve road safety and is useful information to keep.
The parish council have the following unit: Evolis Radar Speed Sign which is capable of logging speeds from vehicles travelling in both directions and displaying the speed travelled with text.
The unit has spent its first month in Wood End and data from this period can be found below. The next location is Rectory Road.
We are currently looking for volunteers in all areas of Cambridgeshire who would be willing to offer 2 – 3 hours a week to support families with young children in their local community. Volunteers receive full training and support families who may be struggling for a variety of reasons.
Click here for further details.
F103/F104, Upper Pendrill Court,
Ermine Street North, Papworth Everard,
Cambridgeshire CB23 3UY