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Annual Parish Meeting Weds 12th April

APM2017The Annual Parish Meeting held on Weds 12th April heard updates from various village organisations and charities as well as a detailed report on Parish Council business over the past year.  The Chairman updated the meeting on the major housing development applications currently going through the planning system and a short presentation was heard on Read More...

Annual Parish Meeting Weds 12th April, 7.30pm

APM2017Everyone is welcome to attend the Annual Parish Meeting, Weds 12th April, 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall, High Street

Find out how the Neighbourhood Plan is progressing and hear an update on where each of the various major housing development proposals are within the planning system

Plus… village annual reports from:   Parish, District & County Read More...

A14 Improvement Scheme Update

Ouse River CrossingProgress on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon scheme – River Great Ouse crossing taking shape.   Three months into main construction on the A14’s £1.5bn upgrade in Cambridgeshire, Highways England’s project manager is giving a sneak peek into progress made so far – including technical innovations and archaeological finds.   Website update Read More...

Speedwatch – would you like to help?

Speed signHelp to reduce speeding through your village
The Speedwatch scheme allows you to get actively involved in monitoring the speed of vehicles travelling through your neighbourhood. If you would like to be a part of a Speedwatch Team please contact the Parish Council. We will then arrange for a training session here in Swavesey. The data compiled through Read More...

New 40mph speed limit zone

Ramper RdThe Parish Council has been successful in its Local Highway Initiative bid to Cambs County Council to change the speed limit along a section of Ramper Rd between the village boundary and the double bends, from 60mph to 40mph.  The change was requested to bring vehicle speeds down for traffic travelling towards the village to Read More...

National Funding Formula for Schools

Are South Cambridgeshire Pupils Worth Less?

Heidi Allen MP has launched a joint campaign with local Head Teachers for Cambridgeshire pupils to be given a fairer deal in the Government’s National Funding Formula. Under the current funding proposal, 27 schools in S Cambs will be even worse off; in real terms by at least 8%.  All schools will Read More...