Step 2 – Roadmap out of Lockdown – from Monday 12th April:

The following facilities and activities are allowed to run:

  • The Hub Community Centre – currently occupied by the Rapid Testing Centre.
  • The Blue Space – for use by essential childcare services, support groups and children activity groups only.
  • Great Cambourne Cricket Pavilion and Green – used by Cambourne Cricket Club for training, matches and bar (table service only).
  • Bowls Pavilion and Green – used by Cambourne Bowls club for training and matches.
  • 3G (for organised sport)
  • MUGA (for organised sport)
  • Grass pitches (for organised sport)
  • Personal training and exercise groups (up to 30 people)
  • Tennis Courts (Back Lane and Monkfield Lane)
  • Basketball Court
  • Outdoor Gyms
  • Play areas
  • Open spaces

You can:

  • meet in a group up to 6 people OR 2 households outdoors
  • no household mixing indoors


Also re-opening from Monday 12th April:

  • Indoor leisure (gyms)
  • Outdoor attractions – zoos, theme parks, drive in cinemas
  • Libraries and community centres
  • Personal care premises
  • All retail
  • Outdoor hospitality
  • Domestic overnight stays (household only)
  • Funerals (up to 30 attend)
  • Wakes, weddings, receptions (up to 15 attend)
  • Minimise travel, no international holidays
  • Event pilots begin.



Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that all people in England should now have access to twice-weekly rapid tests please visit your community rapid test site at:
The Hub, High Street, Cambourne.
Monday to Friday 8am – 7pm
Saturday 9am – 5pm
(the testing centre will open on the Sunday before when there is a bank holiday Monday)
Twice-weekly rapid testing is a vital tool in identifying cases of Covid-19 that would otherwise be missed. With 1 in 3 people with coronavirus showing no symptoms and potentially spreading it without knowing, rapid testing helps to identify positive cases quickly, preventing the spread of infection.
On site testing available for adults and children over 12 under the supervision of a parent or guardian, providing results within 30 – 40 minutes.
At home testing kits are available for collection from your local community test centre.


We encourage everyone to keep safe and adhere to the rules set out at

Updates will be posted on the Town Council website and Facebook page.

Thank you


NHS Information and Advice:

Cambourne Town Council Office, Facilities and Staff

You must wear a face mask to enter the office reception.

Contact the office for information regarding the opening and use of facilities. Email

Cambridgeshire County Council Information

South Cambridgeshire District Council Information

Stagecoach Bus Timetable Updates