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...

Neighbourhood Plan Result

After several years of hard work by Parish Councillors and residents of our villages, the Neighbourhood Plan reached its final stage on Thursday 6th May, the referendum stage, and we would like to say a huge thank you to all those who voted to adopt the plan. The Parish Council Planning Committee can now reference the plan in our  Read More...

Bike Events – Cambridge 100/60/35 mile Charity Cycle Ride

Bike Events are once again organising the Cambridge 100/60/35 mile charity cycle ride.  The ride will take place on Sunday 23 May 2021, starting and finishing at Impington Village College. The ride will start between 7am and 9.30am, with riders leaving in small groups between these times and returning throughout the afternoon.  The event itself will close at 6pm. The ride  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (24 Apr 21)

The good news is that the group of four infections which Histon & Impington recorded a week ago has now slipped out of the calculation of our infection rate. It now stands at 3 and in terms of the infection per 100,000 inhabitants it’s now at about the same level as South Cambs in total. The bad news is that  Read More...

Finance & Administration Committee

At its meeting this week the Finance & Administration Committee considered a request from Camel Projects, developers of the School Hill site, that it be allowed to lease a small part of School Hill Garden. This would enable the expected tenants of the adjacent unit to lay a patio and thereby to provide outside seating for their proposed business.  Read More...

Steve Campin celebrates 40 years of service

Earlier in the year, 23rd March 2021 marked the 40th anniversary of Steve Campin joining the Parish Council as Groundsman of the Recreation Ground, a date he himself had kept very quiet about. Due to the current restrictions, we cannot celebrate the occasion properly, so we will arrange a get together for everyone on the Parish Council and their  Read More...

HICovid19 digest (17 Apr 21)

On Sunday, 11 Apr 21, (at least) four people tested positive for Covid in Histon & Impington. Our infection rate as measured by the number of new infections recorded over the seven days up to 11 Apr 21 increased from three to seven. It’s nothing to worry too much about, it maybe relates to four new infections in one household,  Read More...

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...