After the first stage in March, further lifting of the rules will happen if certain conditions are met – such as the vaccine rollout going to plan. The aim is for all restrictions to be lifted, which will happen by 21 June at the earliest.
More detail can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-response-spring-2021/covid-19-response-spring-2021-summary
Hungry villagers – Over the next couple of weeks there will be a food van in the village hall car park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 17:00-20:00.
Different cuisines will be catered for from different companies. This Thursday 25/2 will be Caribbean from Kerief Catering on Friday 26/2 will be pizza from La Biga (every Friday) and on Saturday 27/2 will be Gourmet Burgers from Apple & Jalapeno.
More details to follow….
The Parish Council have become aware that with the increased dog ownership during lockdown our pavements and public/dog walking areas are regularly being fouled and irresponsible owners are not picking up after their dogs.
PLEASE can you consider others and show responsible behaviour when out walking your dogs so we can all enjoy our lovely village. Thank you
Cambridgeshire County Council have informed us they will be carrying out carriageway resurfacing on Fountain Lane and New Road between 1 -12 March. Road closure times are 7:30 – 18:30. The diversion is New Road – Church Street – High Street and vice versa.
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John Fuller (NWN, Communications Administrator, Cambridgeshire)
In the case of a Village or Community Emergency please contact one or all of the following:
|Title: Emergency Planning Officer|
|24hr telephone contact: 01223 870037|
|Title: Parish Clerk|
|24hr telephone contact: 01223 870269|
|Telephone contact: 01954 713070|
Please find details from South Cambridge District Council on the 3 types of site for vaccinations: There are 3 types of site for vaccinations
A new email group has been set up for residents Haslingfield and Harlton so that we can exchange information and views about the proposed East West Rail line and how it might affect the villages of Haslingfield and Harlton. You can of course stay in touch with wider issues on cambridgeapproaches.org and also on the excellent Haslingfield and Harlton facebook group.
To be added to the email group please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you.
Scammers continue to take advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to commit fraud. Fraudsters are sending fake text messages, claiming you are entitled to a dose of the newly-approved vaccine. Bogus message states that you are entitled to a vaccine and to receive more info should click on the link. Unfortunately, these texts are fake. Once you click on the link, you find a webpage, branded to look like a genuine NHS page, which requests to see ‘proof of ownership of address’ in the form of your bank account, sort code and a full bank card number. Do NOT give your bank or card details to make payment for a vaccine or to prove your residential address.
Coronavirus vaccines are FREE and the NHS will never ask for any money or your bank details.
Further information about scams is available here.
Nigel Sutton Cyber Protect Officer Cambridgeshire Police