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

Haslingfield Parish Clerk

Haslingfield Parish Council are delighted to announce the arrival of our new Parish Clerk, Vicky Crowden. Vicky has previously worked extensively in retail banking and management consultancy and starts with immediate effect. May we also take this opportunity to offer our thanks to our previous clerk, Frances Laville.
We continue to welcome communication from our parishioners. Vicky can be contacted by email (clerk@haslingfieldparish.co.uk) or by phone 07495 435029.

Jenny Jullien – Chairman, Haslingfield Parish Council

CCC Library Van

The Thursday 3rd May 2018 visit was postponed because of staff sickness. 

The Library Van visit to Haslingfield will now be on Wednesday 9th May 2018 at the usual time.

Haslingfield Parish Council Parish Clerk

I am sorry to announce that Frances Laville, the Parish Clerk will be leaving her role during May 2018. She has been appointed as Parish Clerk for the village of Caldecote. We would like to thank her for the sterling work that she has done for the parish, we will miss her greatly but wish her every success in her new role.

We are now in need of appointing a new Parish Clerk. Please find details here.

Jenny Julien – Chairman – Haslingfield Parish Council

Parish Council Elections

Parish Councils will hold elections this year on 3rd May.  Parish and district council elections will now occur every four years simultaneously. The Election Timetable is here.  If you would like to stand for election or would like further information please contact the Clerk for a nomination pack at:

Frances Laville, 32 High Street, Great Eversden, Cambridge CB23 1HW – Tel: 01223 264360 or email:  haslingfieldparishclerk@gmail.com

Results of the Phase 3 Traffic Calming Ballot

The votes were checked and counted by Frances Laville, Parish Clerk and Jenny Jullien, Chairman and validated against the Electoral Register. There are 1,272 people on the register of whom 500 voted, 39%.
Of the 500 votes cast;

  • 182 voted YES, 36%
  • 290 voted NO, 58%
  • 28 votes cast were invalid.

Therefore, phase 3 of the traffic calming scheme will not be implemented.
Thank you to everyone who took part in the ballot.  Jenny Jullien – Chairman, Haslingfield Parish Council

Remember ballot papers need to be returned by 31 OCTOBER 2017

 Phase 3 of the Traffic Calming Scheme

http://haslingfieldvillage.co.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/TC-Phase-3-Ballot-Paper.pdf

If you have mislaid your ballot paper or are having difficulties returning it to one of the Parish Councillors, then please let me know and I’ll either get another copy to you or collect your completed ballot paper or even both.  You can also get a copy here: TC Phase 3 Ballot Paper

01223 872848       07450910015      jenny.jullien@icloud.com

Jenny Jullien