Recent Government updates:

4th July update – https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do-after-4-july

www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do

www.gov.uk/government/publications/staying-safe-outside-your-home/staying-safe-outside-your-home

UPDATE 1st June:

Following the Prime Minister’s statement on Saturday 28th May, there are a limited number of things you can do starting for Monday 1st June. Although it opens up the opportunity for greater exercise and outdoor recreation, certain areas remain closed including playgrounds and outdoor gyms.

SAGE advise that the risk of infection outside is significantly lower than inside, so the Government is updating the rules so that, as well as exercise, people can now also spend time outdoors too.

You can now spend time outdoors, including private gardens and other outdoor spaces, in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines (social distancing guidelines to remain two metres (6ft) away from people outside your household; good hand hygiene, and disinfecting – particularly with respect to shared surfaces).

People may exercise outside as many times each day as they wish. For example, this would include angling and tennis. You will still not be able to use areas like playgrounds, outdoor gyms or ticketed outdoor leisure venues, where there is a higher risk of close contact and touching surfaces. You can  exercise in a group up to 6 people from outside your household, so long as you can socially distance.

People may drive to outdoor open spaces irrespective of distance, so long as they respect social distancing guidance while they are there.

When travelling to outdoor spaces, it is important that people respect the rules in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and do not travel to different parts of the UK where it would be inconsistent with guidance or regulations issued by the relevant devolved administration.

These measures may come with some risk; it is important that everyone continues to act responsibly, as the large majority have done to date. The infection rate will increase if people begin to break these rules and this may trigger the need for further restrictions.

Additional documents have been issued to support the Plan above these include Staying alert and safe (social distancing), Staying safe outside your home and Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do.

Cambourne Town Council requests that you adhere to the UK Government’s  guidance for the safety of the residents and council staff.

 

Stay updated with the latest Government and NHS information on Coronavirus COVID-19

Cambourne Town Council Office, Facilities and Staff

The Town Council office and facilities owned and managed by the Town Council are closed until further notice.

The only exceptions are:

  • The Blue School to enable the children of key workers and those in need to attend the preschool and kids club
  • The Hub will be open on Monday the 13th April 2020 for the scheduled Blood Donors’ session

All play areas, MUGA’s, tennis courts and the 3G pitches are closed until further notice.

Council staff are working remotely, so the services they provide will be restricted. If possible, please use one of the following email addresses to contact the Council:

Alternatively, contact via phone:

  • 07875 999028

Ground staff are working a reduced schedule of work for three weeks to reduce the non-essential movements. They will be checking litter and dog bins, watering the new hedges/trees, checking buildings and inspecting play areas and reacting to emergencies. If you notice any damage this should be reported via office@cambourneparishcouncil.gov.uk

Mobile Post Office

The mobile post office will continue to attend the Hub community centre car park on Mondays 1.30pm – 4pm, and Wednesdays 12.30pm – 4pm. If circumstances change, we will update this page and our Facebook page.

Steve’s Seadish (fresh fish van)

  • Due to attend the Hub car park every Wednesday 8am – 2pm and Saturday 8am – 2pm. If circumstances change, we will update this page and our Facebook page.

Food Retailers on Council Owned Property

400 degrees pizzeria, Angie’s burgers, Flava’s and Kerief Catering are trading at the new cricket pavilion on Back Lane. To find out which days they will be trading, search for their Facebook page or website for updates.

Cambridgeshire County Council Updates

South Cambridgeshire District Council Updates

Stagecoach Bus Timetable Updates

Cambourne West Construction

  • This has been temporarily suspended. A section of the perimeter path (around Lower Cambourne) is due to the closed to facilitate the first part of construction. This has been postponed until construction restarts.