November Full Council

The Full Council meeting will be held on Monday 19th November when Rob Campbell, CEO Morris Educational Trust will be updating the meeting on developments at the Impington Village College site, including the main project, The Cavendish School. Click here to view the agenda Refreshments are available from 7pm, all are welcome!  Read More...

Centenary Flags to Mark the Ending of World War One

On the 11th November 1918 the Armistice was signed with Germany, bringing to an end World War One – a conflict in which an estimated eight million civilians and 25 million servicemen died. Three hundred and ninety two people from our village served in World War One and Eleanor Whitehead of the Village Society has identified the 35 roads in  Read More...

Remembrance Day – Sunday 11 November 2018

We have received the following details from St Andrew's Histon: On Sunday 11 November, we will be having a service at St Andrew's Church, Histon at 9am, when we will be marking the completion of the new Roll of Honour recording those who fought in the First World War and would we would be very pleased if you can join  Read More...

New Staff Appointments for Histon & Impington Community (HICOM)

We have received the following news from HICOM: Over the last three months HICOM has been recruiting for two part roles including one new position namely Histon & Impington Dementia Support worker. HICOM is pleased to advise that Margaret Reed Roberts has been appointed, Margaret is an Impington resident and a social worker by profession. Margaret looks forward to starting on  Read More...

Neighbourhood Plan Consultation launched

Residents and Councillors have been working on the Neighbourhood Plan for the last 3 years, and it has now reached an important milestone. The "Pre-Submission Consultation" (also known as the Regulation 14 Consultation) has just been launched, and runs from today, October 1st, to November 16th. Once through this stage, and after reviewing  Read More...

September Full Council

September Full Council Full Council was held on Monday 17 September, with just one member of the public present to listen to the debate.  For draft minutes look here.   Items of note: Neighbourhood Plan The Council agreed to support the Neighbourhood Plan Group in taking the plan forward and embarking on the “regulation 14 consultation” starting on the 1st October,  Read More...

Advice from our Tree Warden

Please be aware of possible dangers walking beside wooded areas when its windy. There maybe a risk of falling dead wood and in extreme cases trees either fracturing or becoming uprooted after the severe winds yesterday. There are a number of trees near cyclepaths and highways so please also be extra cautious when driving or cycling around the villages.  Read More...

New Histon & Impington Village Older Peoples Worker sought

We have just received the following from Histon & Impington Community (HICOM): This part time role first established in 2011 is to continue the work of the development of services, support and activities for older people in Histon and Impington and to improve the quality of their lives. The present person role holder, Jean Newman is retiring in late Autumn and  Read More...

Theories of Home – Histon & Impington Public Art Project

Design a Jelly Workshop

Come along and enjoy a session designing your own jelly, swapping jelly recipes and having a good time! Workshops will be lead by artist Charlotte Howarth, all ages and abilities are welcome to come an take part. Join us at the shop at 10 School Hill (formerly Les Ward) on Wednesday 1st August 10.30am - 12.30pm and 2pm  Read More...

Local Highways Initiative

Every year the Parish Council Highways Committee submits an application to Cambridgeshire County Council for a Local Highways Initiative scheme. These schemes are jointly funded by the applicant (The Parish Council) and County Council. The work completed recently on key footpaths was delivered under this scheme. This Year’s Submission: The Highways Committee will shortly be submitting an application to continue the  Read More...