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The police have leaflet-dropped all residents here (and car windscreens) this afternoon as follows
"We have had a spate of motor vehicles stolen from this location (Royston rd and the Station car park). Four vehicles have been stolen on separate occasions between 30 June and 15 July 2015 during the hours 0645 and 2115. The vehicles targeted at the moment are FORDS with key-less entry access.
To secure your vehicle further we would advise using a steering wheel lock.
If you see anybody acting suspiciously in the area call police immediately on 101 or 999 for emergencies.
If you have any information re any of the vehicles stolen please let us know quoting CC-16072015-0262."
Reception children in rural Cambridgeshire may be forced take taxis to schools up to 10 miles away due to "insufficient" space in village classrooms, it is feared.
Parents in Whittlesford are having to fight for their child to attend the local village school – where their older child already attends – after being allocated a place six miles away at Fowlmere Primary.
The anxious parents have told county councillor Peter Topping that such a decision would mean their 4-year-old would have to travel to school by taxi.
Meanwhile, according to Cllr Topping, another family from Ickleton has narrowly avoided having to send their child 10 miles by taxi to Linton Infant School.
Read more: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Insufficient-places-South-Cambridgeshire-primary/story-26774305-detail/story.html#ixzz3ePlfYCyE
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Since 2008 South Cambridgeshire District Council has been helping Parishes to explore carbon-reduction and energy-saving strategies through the Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership. Sustainability has become a major area of research and growth during the past decade. With this in mind, SCDC is looking to review its sustainability programme to ensure it best meets the needs and interests of Parishes, Residents and Communities.
Take the survey at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/SPEP
The Parish Council has four single plots currently available.
£12 per year & £3 per year for water usage and a deposit of £50 & water key fee of £5 ( both refundable if key returned and plot left in good condition ).
Please contact the Parish Clerk - Roy Warnes on 07772 792241
or email : email@example.com
The Big Village Tidy Up Begins Here ......
If you are able to help on Sunday 14th June between 11am - 1pm, please meet at the Sports Pavilion on the Lawn just before 11am.
The Parish Council have arranged a team, sponsored by local business McDonalds .....
who have offered to come along and help with a keep Whittlesford tidy campaign, ready for the National Open Gardens the following weekend in our village.
Everyone Welcome, Any Age, Rendezvous at the Lawn, where all litter picking gear will be supplied.
Refreshments of Drinks and Doughnuts will be available afterwards back at the sports pavilion.
Thank you in advance for your help !
Anyone for Tennis ?
Just imagine its midsummer and you're strolling on the Lawn on a Saturday afternoon.
There before you is a group of tennis players of varying ages running around the village courts.
They are getting exercise, keeping fit, having fun, competing, winning, losing, all the while enjoying the warmth of the summer sun.
Why don't you join them on Saturday afternoons and Tuesday mornings and reap the rewards that come from taking part. You will be made welcome whatever your standard of play.
Annual Subscriptions : Adults - £35 Families - £55 Under 18's - £10 Primary School children - Free !
Call Neil ... on (01223) 837259 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
At the conclusion to the season in April we are happy to report that the club finished runner up in the Cambridge Carpet Bowls League. We actually came out joint winners on points, but lost out from first place on the overall shots for the season. Truly a very creditable result for our village club.
We have had three new members this season who soon managed to play themselves in. We would welcome anyone who would like to give carpet bowls a try when we restart in the Millennium Room on Monday 7th September 2015.
Do pencil the date in your diaries, so you have something to look forward to when the long dark nights return !
Full details of the event, including various other photographs of the bikers, local scout group and dignitaries present can be found at http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Whittlesford-news-Magnificent-World-War-centenary/story-26384193-detail/story.html - the weekly Whittlesford News column in the free website www.cambridge-news.co.uk/your-community