Christmas Lights

Hopefully everyone will have enjoyment from the new addition to our lights on the Green.  Barry Starling took this lovely picture last night. The lights have been part funded by the Chop shop raffle held last Christmas together with the Parish Council Environment Committee budgets. Thanks are due to our groundstaff  Trevor Smith and Alex Hale who ably assisted the contractor,  Read More...

South Cambridgeshire District Council – The Corporate Plan

South Cambridgeshire District Council are consulting on what there priorities should be over the next five years. To help people have their say they have put together a draft set of aims and objectives Have your say by Friday 20 January 2017 using there online survey.

Existing Corporate Plan

Corporate Plan 2016-2021 sets out priority objectives for the next five years, and the  Read More...

Update: Works to Minimise Flood Risk

We have been notified by South Cambridgeshire District Council, the works planned to remove some of the silt from the Brook this morning will be re-scheduled due to unforeseen circumstances.  A date is yet to be confirmed for the works, but we will let you know as soon as we do! For the full article click here  Read More...

Work to Minimise Flooding Risk

We all know and love it as the "Duck Pond" - but some may not know that it's not a pond, should properly be called "The Brook" and that it fulfills a vital role in helping to drain the village and therefore keep us clear of flooding. Water from the south (including beyond the A14), east and north flows into  Read More...

Histon & Impington Community Charity AGM

Histon & Impington Community Charity (aka HICOM),  is holding it's AGM on Wednesday 7th December at 8.15pm in the Recreation Ground Centre. This is an important meeting as HICOM will be able to provide an update on the initiative to provide a  Village Mental Wellbeing Champion with the objectives to

  • Increasing mental health awareness and breaking down barriers

Neighbourhood Plan survey results

Enventure, the company which ran the Neighbourhood Plan survey for us presented its findings at the parish council meeting this week. Click here for a copy of its presentation (or go to the Slideshare link below) and click here for a copy of its report. Click here for its earlier report on the focus groups which  Read More...

A day in the life of our Youth Worker…

Wow, what an exciting day of youth work! We had 10 new members at Youth Club on Monday. The Community Room was a hive of activity - pool; table tennis; hama beads; bacon/cheese wheels being baked; connect 4; football on the muga; activity on the gym equipment - I love seeing young people having fun with friends! Then, the Generation Game  Read More...

Environment Committee News

A meeting of the Environment Committee took place on 25 October, see minutes here Elaine Farrell was elected as Committee Chair following the stepping down of Cedric Foster from this role The Council is delighted that Pinders Circus have booked to return to Homefield Park at the end of March.  Look out for details in the new year! Representatives of HICOP  Read More...

Events at Histon Library

We have received the following from HistonImpington Library Friends: We have two super events coming up at Histon Library, organised by Cambridgeshire Libraries and supported by HILF. On Saturday 5th November from 10:30 to 11:45, author and illustrator Caroline Rabei will read from her book 'Crunch' and demonstrate how she draws Crunch the guinea pig. This free drop-in event is aimed at children  Read More...

Concessionary Bus Pass Renewal

We have received  the following advice from Cambridgeshire County Council: Some of you have been asking about the renewals of free concessionary bus passes and why we are encouraging people to do it online. Over the next 12 months around 80,000 people across Cambridgeshire will need to renew their concessionary bus pass. If all of these went through the contact centre  Read More...