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John Fuller (NWN, Communications Administrator, Cambridgeshire)
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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
PLEASE HELP FIND OUR MISSING CAT – FUDGE.
Please check your sheds , garages etc . He went missing yesterday morning, usually he returns by the afternoon … but alas no show…. which is unusual for him. Many thanks.
I had hoped that the previous update would be the last until the New Year but we wanted to share with you all what this announcement will mean.
Firstly, the change does not affect Christmas Day. People can still choose to mix with two other households. However, as we have stressed before, the fact that people are allowed to do that does not mean you should. Less mixing and shorter celebrations will minimise the risk to loved ones and help ensure Coronavirus is not passed on. Please do share our Facebook posts within your communities to help encourage people to spend their Christmas Day as safely as possible:
- Cllr Bridget Smith shares her plans to have a smaller Christmas
- For anyone worrying about whether it’s safe to spend time together, it’s not too late to change plans
Here are the locations of the displays and the day from which they are shown: Advent Window Trail
The Haslingfield Parish Council Extraordinary General Meeting will be taking place on 5th January at 7.30 pm. Note that this is a virtual meeting. To see the agenda, please click: 20210105 Agenda HPC Meeting – EGM
The Haslingfield Greenway has been given the go-ahead by the Greater Cambridge Partnership with £8M funding. We will have 2 new cycle paths. One running from Cantelupe Road to Grantchester crossing the M11 at the footbridge and joining Grantchester at Burnt Close. It then runs along Grantchester Road to Newnham. The other starts at Porkers Lane and runs along the existing bridleway to Hauxton. Both schemes require considerable work by the GCP team so completion will possibly not be until 2025. You can read full details of the scheme at:
I will be in continuous contact with the GCP team throughout the implementation and will be very happy to pass on comments or suggestions
Lucian Hatfield – Lucian@haslingfieldparish.co.uk
This is to update you on the progress for the Full Fibre Project in Haslingfield to date.
Firstly, thanks for your pre-order and support on the project, it is great that you can all see the benefit in having the next generation of broadband brought to the village.
As it currently stands we are approximately 75% to the target, in the last month there has been 25 pre-orders submitted, if we keep this rate up we should meet the required threshold for Haslingfield in January/February. We also have a progress update personalised advert going into the village magazines January print, which should help get the project over the line. Read more