Category: News

Street Lighting Changes

The proposed plans for the new street lights have been posted on the website listed below http://www.lightingcambridgeshire.com/newlighting.aspx Overall the net loss from the village appears to be 4 lights, 3 from Cow Lane and 1 from Church End. The new lights will be brighter and have a wider spread than the old ones. Comments can be fed…

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Stray Cat Found

A black, female cat, with  a white throat and paws has been found. She was found around the stable areas near the bungalow at the end of the village (Willingham end). She is very tame. If anyone either knows who she belongs to or owns her, please contact Mr Currington on 250557.

Friend’s of All Saint’s Church

All Saints Day Concert: The concert given by Jennifer Thompson, Gordon Hewlett and friends raised £102 for Friends funds for the renovation and repair of the church. During the evening a cheque for £4400 was presented to the PCC from the Friends to cover the outstanding balance of the most recent restoration work. In the…

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RVH Lottery Winners October – December 2013

October 93   £30;  122   £20;  13   £10;  53   £10;  99   £5;   119   £5 November 11   £30;   60   £20;  172   £10;   1   £10;    41   £5;      27   £5 December   171   £60;  185   £40;  86   £20;   13  £20;   169  £10;   135   £10

Calling all Cow Lane Residents …

Despite installing cable broadband to the pack house building, Virgin Media are not intending at present to connect the houses on Cow Lane. This is really disappointing news. ADSL (over the old phone lines), as we currently have, is very poor in the modern world. It doesn’t matter if you swap between providers; it is…

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Rampton Horse Show Update

Rampton Horse Show Committee, have been able to make donations of £100 to all our nominated charities; Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group – Papworth Hospital, Magpas, The British Heart Foundation, World Horse Welfare and Rampton Village Hall. We are delighted to be able to make these donations, considering the adverse weather conditions before and during the…

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Adult Social Care Update

Did we get it right? The Cambridgeshire Health and wellbeing board has been reviewing local pharmaceutical services – services that help you get and use medicines or medical equipment safely. Our views about these services are written up in the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment. We want to know if you agree with what we have written.…

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Cambridgeshire County Council needs you to help change the lives of local children and young people.

Foster Carers provide a stable family support network for local children and young people when they are unable to live with their own family. Every year we have over 425 children and young people looked after by Cambridgeshire County Council. The shortage of Foster Carers means that children and young people are placed with (independent…

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Christmas Recycling Plea

Christmas is fast approaching and the Cambridgeshire County Council Refuse and Recycling Department are already preparing to deal with the extra waste which is generated during this time. Over the Christmas week there is an extra 750,000 tonnes of waste in England alone compared to the rest of the year – or in other words…

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Doctors Surgeries

WILLINGHAM AND LONGSTANTON SURGERIES Reception Tel: Willingham 01954 260230 Longstanton 207600 Dispensary 260073 Out of hours cover: Urgent Care Cambridgeshire 0330 123 9131 Website: www.willinghammedicalpractice COTTENHAM SURGERY Address: Lewis House, 113 High Street, Cottenham, Cambridge, CB24 8SE Reception Tel: 01954 250079 Fax: 01954 206078 Out of hours cover: Urgent Care Cambridgeshire 0330 123 9131

Rampton Car Care Scheme

The scheme provides lifts for people who do not have transport or where suitable public transport is unavailable. Cost to passengers is 30p per mile with a minimum charge of £3. All journeys must be booked with the coordinator phone 250311. As much advance notice as possible would be appreciated.

September Speedwatch Report

Two events last month, the results are as follows: Thursday 5th September 10am-10:55am – High Street by the allotments (traffic coming from Willingham). 111 cars counted: 13 were speeding (nearly 50% of the 13 over 40mph, 1 registered at 52mph) Tuesday 10th September 10am-11am – High Street by the allotments (traffic coming from Willingham). 117…

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