Planned maintenance for period 1 – 15 February 2019. Click here
This years village litter pick has been arranged for Saturday 16th March. Meet at the Baptist Hall at 9am for your instructions. All equipment provided and maps issued. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments provided on your return. Help keep the village tidy.
Save the date to come and meet your parish councillors at Bluntisham Village Hall on Saturday 9th March from 10am – 12.00. Check out what goes on in the village and meet some of the organisers of these groups:
Bluntisham Baptist Chapel
Football – TBC
Cricket – TBC
Scouts – TBC
This email was sent late on 17.1.19 from HDC Environmental Health. Ward Members and Parish Clerks, I am providing a further update on the fire at Envar, Woodhurst following today’s TCG teleconference. Envar have continued work on site to move unburnt compost away from the current fire to, firstly, prevent further material adding to the… Read the rest “ENVAR UPDATE – 18.1.19”
The latest newsletter from the A14 communication team can now be found by clicking here. Another great read for all.
The latest SID results from the period 27.11.18 – 10.1.19 can now be found. Please note the position of the camera means the incoming direction is heading towards Earith and the outgoing direction is heading to Station Road and doesn’t see the speed on the camera. High level results show the following: Average speed –… Read the rest “SID results – Rectory Road”
The latest planned maintenance schedule for period 16 – 31st January 2019 Click here to access. Any queries please direct to CCC Highways.
are returning to Bluntisham Village Hall on Friday 22nd March. Tickets available on their website: Click here This was a sell out last time, so get in early…. Bar will be stocked 😉
Further updates received via email from HDC: Ward Members and Parish Council Clerks As an update following a multi-agency teleconference this morning, involving Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue, Cambridgeshire Police, East of England Ambulance Service, Public Health England, the Environment Agency, and representatives of District and County Councils. The Fire and Rescue service have been monitoring… Read the rest “ENVAR Fire”