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Cambridge Greenways Consultation

We want to hear your views on two proposed Greenways in Barton and Haslingfield. These two schemes will provide attractive routes from Barton and Haslingfield into the city. Enabling sustainable travel for cyclists, walkers and where possible equestrians.

We would like your input to help in creating a community-led scheme that local residents can be proud of and use frequently. You still have a couple of days to respond but all responses must be submitted by 20th August.

Drone Survey of Haslingfield Church

Chris Burgoyne of Emmanuel College and Dr Michael Ramage of the Dept of Architecture are conducting a photogrammetry survey of Haslingfield Church, with the agreement of the Vicar.  We have taken a large number of photographs from ground level but wish to take more photos from an elevated position to see details that cannot be seen well, or at all, from below.  Read more

Harlton Hog Roast

To round off the Harlton Village Fete there will be a traditional hog roast on 14th July at 7:15pm.

Bring your own glass, drink, knife, fork and plate and have a great time. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance.

More details when you click the poster.

Harlton Village Summer Fete

The Harlton Village Summer Fete is almost upon us. It will be on Saturday 14th July at 2:30pm on the field next to the village hall.

More details when you click the poster.

Greenways Consultation Event

You have all been sent a leaflet on the Greater Cambridge Greenways – Cycles route to Cambridge ,which shows there will be a public exhibition in the Haslingfield Village Hall.

This is incorrect and the meeting will take place at 4:00-7:00 pm on 4th July  in the Haslingfield Methodist Church ,25 High St. , Haslingfield , Cambridgeshire , CB23 1JW

Haslingfield Speedwatch

In June our Speedwatch team was joined, for one session, by a PC with responsibility for casualty reduction in Cambridgeshire, the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and the County Speedwatch Co-ordinator.
There are now 150 Speedwatch teams working throughout Cambridgeshire, each team returns their data on speeding vehicles directly to the Police. Session results are then actioned by the Police.
We were pleased to learn that the Police also use the combined data from County teams for a variety of purposes. Read more