Guided walks on the Abbey Fields during Feast Week

Guided walks on the Croft Close Set Aside and Long Meadow - come along to learn more about the wildlife and natural habitats found in these special green spaces. Booking is essential. Croft Close Set Aside:  6pm on 5th July Long Meadow: 12 noon  on 7th July Croft Close Set Aside: 6pm on 8th July Croft Close Set Aside: 12 noon on 9th July Suggested  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (18 Jun 21)

Since the last digest we’ve enjoyed a long spell in the infection white zone (less than 3 new infections over a seven day period) before suddenly seeing a leap at the end of last week. It’s been up to 12 and now it’s at 9. That of course is in the context of the national surge driven by the  Read More...

Big Rec survey

The Parish Council has initiated a survey in order to find out what the community does by way of recreation, how COVID has impacted this and what it anticipates doing in the future. The results will enable it to plan its response and the extent that this will involve other stakeholders. And specifically it will give it an evidence  Read More...

Abbeyfields Practical Volunteer Event

Join us to help clear some of the paths at Abbey Fields. This task is to clear branches reaching across the main paths at the Croft Close Set-Aside, so that people can walk there safely. Please see poster (click here) for details.  Read More...

Histon Mobile Library Van: new site, extended opening times

For information, the Histon Mobile Library Van now has a new home at the old infant school, New School Road, Histon CB24 9LL. They have also extended their opening hours to 10am-6pm on Mondays and Thursdays.      Read More...

Road Safety, Parking and Traffic Management at Histon and Impington Park School

Ros Hathorn, Edd Stonham and Yvonne Murray have been talking with Mr Jonathan Newman of Histon & Impington Park School about the traffic at the new school in Glebe Way, Histon. The school have been asking parents and carers at the school to contribute to their traffic and travel survey.  168 responses have been received which will feed into their  Read More...

Further work at the Brook Tuesday 25th May

South Cambs District Council's team will be working at the Brook at about lunchtime on Tuesday 25th May so please keep the area as clear as possible. They will be putting more silt into the new beds, and then later in the year the Parish Council will be sorting out planting areas and plants for the new beds.  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (23 May 21)

It’s nothing to worry about but the infection rate in Histon and Impington has been back up to three before returning to the white zone. That’s a total of less than three new infections over a seven day period and that last such period was up to and including 18 May 21. Across South Cambs the rate remains low  Read More...

Annual General Meeting of Histon & Impington Parish Council

Histon & Impington Parish Council held its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 4th May, draft minutes from the meeting can be read here. Noting the change of legislation to remote meetings for Local Government,  no formal meetings of Council will be held on Zoom. Delegations have been approved for Officers working with Committee Chairs to ensure approved projects  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (11 May 21)

The infection rate in Histon and Impington has been ‘white’ for several days now. Neighbouring villages are also white and the overall rate for South Cambs has gone down enough that on the NHS map it’s now showing as yellow. That’s all round good news which rather suggests that we can enter the next phase of the release of  Read More...