HICovid19 digest (21 Nov 20)

Exceptionally the Parish Council posted a statement on its web-site on Monday which began: ‘Residents of Histon & Impington (including King’s Meadow) and Orchard Park may be aware that the rate of infection in our community (as reported on https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/) has risen in recent days. In South Cambs it has almost doubled and our rate locally is double that in  Read More...

Covid-19: continued vigilance necessary

Residents of Histon & Impington (including King's Meadow) and Orchard Park may be aware that the rate of infection in our community (as reported on https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/) has risen in recent days. In South Cambs it has almost doubled and our rate locally is double that in South Cambs. However both rates are still below the national average. It is possible  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (12 Nov 20)

We’re one week into Lockdown 2, the High Street is functioning well, people appear to be behaving, but there is an upward trend. We need to be wary.

We’re all epidemiologists and statisticians now so we can follow what’s happening in terms of both national  Read More...

Cambridgeshire Constabulary: Histon Speedwatch

Hello everyone The Histon Speedwatch team would like to welcome new volunteers to join them in educating road users to observe speed limits within the community. Volunteers offer as much time as they would like to - even as little as 2 hours once every 2-3 months would be great. Full support and training within the community is provided. Further  Read More...

Rose Beds at the War Memorial (formerly the Peace Memorial)

Earlier in the year it was noticed that nearly all of the rose plants that had previously been planted in 2017 in the beds at the War Memorial (formerly known as the Peace Memorial) had died, leaving just three remaining. The Parish Council is putting together a plan to replant the beds with new roses, preparing the soil in  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (3 Nov 20)

Well that was hardly a surprise. As our government says: it follows the science. It just takes a week or so to do so.

We’re in Lockdown 2 but for us it should be very different from Lockdown 1. This time it looks like  Read More...

Waterbeach to Cambridge Consultation Now Live!

The Greater Cambridge Partnership consultation for the Waterbeach to Cambridge Better Public Transport and Active Travel project is now live. The consultation runs until 14th December 2020. Click here for up-to-date project information on the consultation website. Waterbeach to Cambridge consultation page describes the four options they are seeking feedback on, has a brochure, maps and a video, and contains  Read More...

Congratulations Denis Payne

Many of you will have read in HI Hub, HI People and our Church Network magazine about the prestigious award of the Bishop of Ely’s Etheldreda Medal being awarded to our Parish Council Chairman Denis Payne in recognition of his outstanding and unselfish service to our Community. Histon & Impington Parish Council wanted to take this opportunity to congratulate Denis  Read More...

Commemorative Oaks at the Copse

In 2018, our village Tree Warden, Pene Nudds, was inspired by the efforts of the Village Society in creating the poppies for the anniversary of World War One, alongside the commemorative flags that were produced by Impington Village College. As someone who is passionate about trees, she thought it would be appropriate to acknowledge the soldiers who had paid  Read More...

New School Names Announced as Histon & Impington Primary Provision Moves a Step Closer

310 children to move over to new Buxhall Farm site in January 2021 The name of a new £16 million primary school in Histon and Impington, which is set to open its doors to children initially in January 2021, has been announced by its academy trust sponsor Cambridge Primary Education Trust (CPET). Histon and Impington Infant School will relocate from its  Read More...