From Cambridgeshire Constabulary:
As you may be aware we hold panel meetings for each South Cambs Sector every quarter, Residents, Councillors and Business Owners are encouraged to attend and share their crime and disorder concerns, thereby influencing local policing priorities for the next four months. Anyone can attend the meetings. The next South Cambs Police panel meetings are to be held as follows:-
Cambourne Sector – Panel Meeting – to be held on Wednesday 18/10/1017 at 7.30 p.m. at the Cambourne Village College, Sheepfold Lane, Cambourne, Cambridge, CB23 6FR
At the meeting you will find out what South Cambs Police have been doing and you will have the opportunity to ask questions or tell us about a problem in your area. From your input, we then decide at the meeting what problems the police will prioritise for the next quarter in your Sector.
A local council has bid for £2 million of Government funding to develop the High Street in Cambourne and deliver much-needed new affordable homes.
The bid by South Cambridgeshire District Council was lodged today (Thursday 28 September) with the Department for Communities and Local Government for funding available to get stalled developments moving.
Council waste bosses have confirmed there will be no need for South Cambridgeshire residents to use paper caddies from mid-December, in a move to simplify the recycling process.
From 11 December 2017, residents should place used paper directly into their blue wheelie bins for recycling.
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We have just heard from the Post Office that due to a failure of their computer systems they will be approximately 15 minutes late arriving at around 12.30pm and will only be able to provide a limited service. They will be able to weigh parcels, sell stamps and provide hand written proof of postage. They will NOT be able to take any card payments (cash only), do any Special Delivery or Signed for postage or any banking transactions.
At the Council meeting held on Tuesday 5th September 2017 Paul Mills and Sudhir Shivananjappa were co-opted to Cambourne Parish Council. The Parish Council would like to welcome Cllr Mills and Cllr Shivananjappa and look forward to working with them.