Covid-19 impacted on most events of 2020 and our tribute to those who lost their lives was no different. Despite guidelines advising that large scale events couldn’t take place, Bluntisham was able to put on a very short and simple remembrance service. Thanks to those who laid a wreath and respected the social distance rules… Read the rest “11.11.20 – A Remembrance to remember”
The Christmas tree will be delivered and decorated from the 5/6th December and all lights around the barograph and bus shelter will be put up at the same time. Village advent will take place and a list of all addresses will be published here ahead of the 1st December. Rotary Santa will be visiting Bluntisham… Read the rest “Christmas Events”
Bluntisham Village Hall will be open on Thursday’s from 10.15am – 12.15pm for any donations for the St Ives Food Bank. At the moment we need: tinned potatoesBags for lifeTinned ready meals or Pot NoodlesChristmas Caketinned ham / corned beef We DO NOT need: pastaricebaked beansteacerealtinned souplong life milk We kindly ask that the following… Read the rest “Bluntisham Village Hall – Food Bank drop off point”
The draft minutes from the PC meeting held on 4th November are now available to view. Click here to access. Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
The latest SID data for the period 7 – 30 October is now available. Click here to access. The SID has been moved but remains on the High Street for a further month before it will be moved again. Any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
The agenda for the next full parish council meeting has been published. Click here for the full agenda. All welcome to attend the meeting via zoom. Contact the clerk for meeting password no later than Tuesday 3rd November.
The schedule for the period 1 – 15th November is now available. Click here to access. Note the road closure from the top of Wood End from 2 – 13th November for the services to be connected to the new development site. Any queries please contact CCC Highways.
Cambridgeshire hubs offer support to vulnerable families during half term After the government’s decision not to continue to fund free school meals over the holidays – the County Council is reminding people in Cambridgeshire that there always has been and there still is support for those who need it. The County Council and District and… Read the rest “CCC Support hub – supporting families during half term.”
The schedule of planned maintenance for period 16 – 31st October is now published. Click here to access. Any questions please direct to CCC Highways.
The latest data for the SID located in Wood End is now available. Click here to access. Note the incoming relates to vehicles seeing the data and outgoing is where the data is recorded but the vehicle doesn’t see the speed. The SID is now located in The High Street for the month.