Do you live in Bluntisham…? Do you have a few hours to spare each month….? Do you love where you live….? Then why not join the proactive team of parish councillors and help with keeping Bluntisham the lovely village it is. If you’re not sure on what is involved, then give me a shout…..or why… Read the rest “Parish Councillor Vacancies”
The foodbank donation point will be closed for the next two weeks due to annual leave. We will be back collecting donations from Thursday 23rd September between 10.15 – 12.15 at Bluntisham Village Hall.
The data from the SID which has been located in Wood End for the past few months is now available. Click here to access. There are some alarming speeds but the average remains within the national speed limit.
The agenda for the next parish council meeting to be held on Wednesday 1st September is now published. Click here to access the full agenda. If you wish to book a seat at the meeting please contact the clerk no later than midday on Wednesday 1st September. PLEASE NOTE THE VILLAGE HALL CAR PARK WILL … Read the rest “Parish Council Agenda”
The Mobile Library visits Bluntisham on the 1st Wednesday in the month. It stops outside 9 Wheatley Crescent between 11.20am-11.40am. We have a wide selection of books and you can order books from our central stock. We also supply NHS Hearing Aid batteries, replace walking stick ferrules and recycle old household batteries. We look forward… Read the rest “Mobile Library – 1st Wednesday of the month”
The draft minutes from the parish council meeting held on Wednesday 11th August are now available. Click here to access.
Bluntisham Village Hall car park will be out of action from Tuesday 24th August – Thursday 2nd September. The reason for the closure is to resurface the car park. The village hall will still be available to use as will the football and cricket pitches, play park, dog walk and recreation area. Please beware that… Read the rest “Village Hall & School Car Park”
Cambridgeshire Council is about to begin investigation into potential options for traffic calming and speed reduction measures along key parts of the A1123 As part of this work we are proposing to consult with the parishes of Wicken, Stretham, Wilburton, Haddenham, Earith, Bluntisham and St Ives – but we’d like to hear from you now if … Read the rest “Cambridgeshire County Council invites residents support and ideas for traffic calming options work on A1123”
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 4th August in Bluntisham Village Hall. The meeting will start at 7pm. Attendees are encouraged to reserve a seat at the meeting by emailing the clerk ahead of the meeting start time. Agenda items include: Planning – ENVAR Composting Ltd – construction of a dry anaerobic digestion… Read the rest “PC Meeting”