Welcome to the Cambourne Parish Council Website providing information about the three villages (Great, Lower and Upper) within the community of Cambourne in Cambridgeshire and the activities of the Parish Council.
The Parish Council is the tier of Local Government closest to the people. The next tier of Government for Cambourne is the South Cambridgeshire District Council and the final tier is the Cambridgeshire County Council.
On our website we outline the role and services provided by the Parish Council along with the details of our councillors. We provide you with the dates of our meetings and copies of the agendas and minutes.
This site will enable you to find out about our vibrant community and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Parish Council. It is our intention to enable more residents to play an active role in the community, participate in more activities, attend Parish Council Meetings, take advantage of our excellent sports facilities and thoroughly enjoy living in Cambourne.
All Meetings held at 'The Hub' start time 7.00pm unless otherwise stated
|05 May||Meeting||Planning and Annual Parish Meeting (the meeting of the electors)|
|19 May||Meeting||Annual Meeting of the Council (the start of the new municipal year – election of Chairman) followed by ordinary business of the Council and Planning Committee. Leisure and Amenities (Election of Chairman only) and Finance and Policy Committees (Election of Chairman only)|
23 April 2015
Cambourne Parish Council will be hosting its Annual Parish Meeting on Tuesday 5th May 2015. The Annual Parish Meeting is a meeting that town and Parish Councils are required to hold as part of their accountability to the local electorate. The meeting is open to anyone but only electorate of
13 April 2015
Cambourne Parish Council are proud to have once again assisted in organising the Cambourne 10K run held on Sunday 13th April 2015. The full results of the race can be viewed here
26 March 2015
Advance notice of partial road closure in Sterling Way. From Monday 30th March to Thursday 2nd April a section of Sterling Way will be closed to through traffic to allow some remedial works to take place to a manhole in the road. The closed section is shown on the attached map. We are awaiting