|Cadets from St Neots and their leaders joined forces with regular officers to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation in and around the Cambridgeshire area.
The operation was a huge success and a number of establishments visited; this raised the profile of Child Sexual Exploitation & provided education to the public.
For more information on Child Sexual Exploitation and how to recognise the signs of child exploitation, please visit: https://www.cambs.police.uk/information-and-services/Child-protection/CSE
The Pub Quiz at the Little Rose is back! It will take place on Friday 30th October with a prompt 7.45pm start as the pub closes at 10pm. Teams of any number, up to a maximum of four, can take part. Cost of entry is only £2 per per person with all the entry fees given out as cash prizes. First Question asked at 7.45pm. Just turn up on the night or book in advance. We can also make up teams from whoever turns up on the night. It’s great fun with a good number of all local teams taking part. There’s 6 rounds covering many topics including a topical quiz round as well as a picture round. The quiz finishes around 9.45pm with a break halfway through. It’ll fully comply with current government social distancing and Covid-19 secure requirements.
Here are the minutes from the last virtual Parish Council meeting held on 12th October 2020.
20201012 HPC Minutes 12 October 2020 ( Draft)
Please find important information from Highways England regarding the footbridge over the M11 between Coton and University site along Madingley Road. This bridge will be closed from Monday 2 November until Friday 18 December.
Monday 19 October all day from 08.30am.
Shire Trees will be cutting back the tree branches that are overhanging the road alongside the tennis courts in New Road. This is following a complaint from the School Bus Drivers.
They don’t anticipate that the road will be closed for the works.
Here is the report received for October 2020 from Haslingfield’s assigned County Councillors.
County report October 2020
Attached is the District Councillors report for September 2020.
Haslingfield Parish Council District Cllr Report Oct2020
Dear Fellow Villager,
East West Rail (EWR) is planning to build their railway through the rural villages of South Cambridgeshire from Cambourne to Great Shelford. This will irreversibly change the character and peace of local villages. Other route options would be more appropriate and less invasive but have been discarded by EWR without good reason. Time is running out for us to have our say. This requires us all to take action.
The Haslingfield Parish Council Meeting will be taking place this Monday 12th October at 7.30 pm. Note that this is a virtual meeting. To see the agenda, please click: 20201012 Agenda HPC Meeting
Cambridgeshire police would like to highlight a recent series of car key burglaries, which are taking place across all force areas.
Please be alert to suspicious activity at homes or addresses with high powered vehicles such as BMW’s, Audi’s, Volkswagen’s, and Mercedes. Burglaries are being committed to obtain vehicle keys as improved security means that these vehicles are more difficult to steal without a key. We are encouraging residents to remain vigilant during the day, lookout for any unusual people or vehicles paying attention to the driveway of a house where a desirable car is parked, even if it is not there at the time, similarly late at night, if you are coming or going be on the lookout for unusual activity. Read more
Cadet Leader Recruitment – Could you be a Cadet Leader?
Do you have what it takes to inspire and encourage a young generation?
The Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) is the nationally recognised police uniformed youth group throughout the UK.
The purpose of the VPC is not to recruit police officers of the future, but to encourage the spirit of adventure and good citizenship amongst its members.
We believe that every young person deserves the opportunity to thrive, regardless of his or her background. We encourage young people from all backgrounds to join, including those who may be vulnerable to crime or social exclusion.
We have a diverse group of young people aged 13 to 18 years, who have the desire to support their local communities and gain an understanding of policing. The aims of the Voluntary Police Cadets (VPC) are to; Read more
Here are the minutes from the last virtual Parish Council meeting held on 14th September 2020.
20200914 HPC Minutes 14 September 2020 ( Draft)