HRH Duke of Edinburgh

Following the sad news of the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh it has been requested by the Royal Family that floral tributes are not left in his memory but that if you wish to do something you make a donation to charity - as this was the wish of Prince Philip. Online books of condolence will be opened  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (9 Apr 21)

Our infection rate as measured by the number of new infections recorded over a seven day period is back in the white zone. For the seven days to 4 Apr 21 it was below 3 again having been 3 or 4 for most of the week. Statisticians and public health professionals will no doubt continue to assure us that  Read More...

HRH Prince Philip

The Palace has today announced the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The Parishes of Histon and Impington express their deepest condolences to Her Majesty the Queen, the Royal Family and the extended members of the Royal Household. The Prince and Queen Elizabeth have been married for 73 years and between them have seen 14 Prime Ministers in office during  Read More...

Neighbourhood Plan leaflets ready to go …

A short Neighbourhood Plan summary leaflet will be delivered to every house in Histon & Impington north of the A14 next week or so. For those who want to read the plan in full click here to download it. And if your impatient to read the leaflet click here to download a copy. The referendum to accept the  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (2 Apr 21)

Our infection rate as measured by the number of new infections recorded over a seven day period continues to be low but we are still seeing a new infection being reported on most days. For the seven days to 27 Mar 21 it was back up to 5 again having been down below 3 on previous days. Statisticians and  Read More...

Neighbourhood Plan referendum called by South Cambs

South Cambs District Council has just posted the following: Notice of Referendum Referendum on the adoption of the Histon & Impington Neighbourhood Plan 1. A referendum will be held on Thursday, 6 May 2021 to decide on the question below: ‘Do you want South Cambridgeshire District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Histon & Impington to help it decide planning applications  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (26 Mar 21)

Our infection rate as measured by the number of new infections recorded over a seven day period appears to be stable. For the seven days to 20 Mar 21 it was back below 3 again having been up to 3 and 4 in the previous days. Statisticians and public health professionals will no doubt assure us that this sort  Read More...

Council agrees support for Abbey Fields

At its meeting on Monday the Parish Council unanimously agreed to support the acquisition of Long Meadow and the Croft Close Set Aside for and by the community. The Parish Council will set up a charity which will raise funds to buy these fields and which will then be responsible for ensuring that they continue to be accessible by the  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (19 Mar 21)

After a few days in the white zone our infection rate has crept up again first to 3 and then yesterday to 4. That’s not in itself a problem because at those levels the indicator is very sensitive with just one new infection every day or so. But it does mean that a sequence of one infection days can  Read More...

Short term road closure tomorrow (19th March)

As part of the work by SCDC of clearing and desilting the watercourses in the villages, they are going to work on the culvert on Park Lane, at the bottom of Bell Hill. They have scheduled the work to be completed this Friday 19th March. They have applied to Highways to close the road for a 15 minute window  Read More...