Histon Infants School: public meeting

The County Council has agreed to the holding of an open meeting to address primary school capacity issues in Histon & Impington. It will enable residents and especially parents of current and prospective pupils to understand current and expected increases in demand for school places, the options for responding to them and the decision taken regarding the provision of  Read More...

Annual parish meetings and AGM of Parish Council

The annual parish meetings of Histon and Impington and the AGM of the Parish Council took place last week at the Rec. At the annual parish meetings there were presentations from the Chair and from John Smith of Cambridge City Council about the City's 20mph speed limit program. Links to both presentations are given below. Members of the public asked questions  Read More...

Summer sporting Friday evenings at Histon Rec

Over recent years the Friends of the Rec have tried a number of new initiatives to encourage sports participation and are launching a brand new sports activity on the evening of Friday 5th June starting at 7.15pm. There will be an opportunity to try and out enjoy three different sports:

volleyball, ultimate frisbee and rounders

All equipment and coaches provided and everyone  Read More...

Enviro volunteers: hedge working party this Saturday

Many thanks to those who helped with the recent tree planting at Clay Close Lane pocket park and with the bonfire and tidy up event at the Gatehouse Allotments. We'll be meeting up again this Saturday,  16th May at 1:45pm at the Glebe Way allotments by the cemetery. This time we'll be weeding, mulching and trimming the hedge alongside the allotments and cemetery on Glebe  Read More...

Annual Parish Meeting for Histon and Impington Parishes

The Chairman of the Parish Council, David Jenkins, has called the APMs for the 2 parishes. They are to run concurrently on Monday 18th May from 7 p.m. at the Recreation Centre, Histon & Impington Recreation Ground, New Road, Impington. This is an opportunity to ask questions that concern you about life in our villages. Please come – all  Read More...

Darwin Green Development

The local plan examination is underway including this new development south of the A14 set to provide some 3,000 homes. An article appeared in yesterday’s News regarding feared traffic disruptions for residents in Histon & Impington from this and other significant developments in our area.   The News carries quotes from one of our representatives at the local plan examination, Councillor  Read More...

A14 Girton to Huntingdon Pinch-Point Programme – Update

We have received the following Works Information Notice from the Highways Agency: There will be need for further carriageway closures in the forthcoming week: Between Monday 4th May 2015 and Friday 8th May 2015 the eastbound carriageway will be closed between junctions 31 (Girton) and 32 (Histon & Impington). In addition there will be no westbound access to the A14 at  Read More...

Sir Graham Bright – Police & Crime Commissioner Public Surgeries

The Police Force are trying to make the PCC more accessible – this is an ideal way for people to get some of his time. As you may or not be aware, Sir Graham holds monthly surgeries across the county which the public can attend and speak with the commissioner face to face about issues that concern them. If you have  Read More...

WISER Collection 13th May

WISER have confirmed they will be carrying out another electrical kerbside collection in the villages on Wednesday 13th May. Look out for their advertisements in the next week detailing how to contact them to discuss any heavy items you need help with Histon & Impington have already recycled some 10 tonnes from the last three collections – Cambs County Council  Read More...

Youngman Avenue – Youngman Close

Following a meeting with the Parish Council we have received news from the County Council Highways Department: As part of the Transport Delivery Plan, Youngman Avenue & Youngman Close is due for carriageway refurbishment. These works are programmed for the 5th May 2015 and will last approximately 1 week. Works will take place between 07:30 and 17:30 however, no major  Read More...