The Vaccinations bus will be at the Bar Hill Tesco supermarket, 15-18 Viking Way, Cambridge CB23 8EL, from 11am to 4pm on Sunday 24 April. Vaccinations will be available for those aged 12+ for first, second (Pfizer) and third primary doses, with boosters for eligible patients who had their second dose at least three months ago. Please bring a face mask.
Please find attached an agenda for the Annual Parish Meeting, to be held at 19h00 in The Cabin, at St Mary’s
The draft minutes of the last Annual Parish Meeting are available on the website:
If you are a representative of a charity or village group or organisation shown on the agenda, it would be appreciated if you could present a report and/or accounts to the Annual Parish Meeting, and if possible please email the report/accounts to the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the meeting. Reports and accounts will not be recorded in the minutes but instead all written reports will be appended to the minute book.
The meeting is open to all parishioners who may by law discuss all parish matters, ask questions, put forward views and pass resolutions.
If any village group wishes to apply for a small grant, application forms are available on the website.
Please see attached from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Association of Local Councils (CAPALC) regarding two free prospective councillors sessions for any person living in the County.
Beginning over a year ago, Hardwick Parish Council has been in dialogue with Hills, the developers of Capstone Fields to improve the Lighting around the entrance to the development and along St Neots Road to the corner of Hall Drive. We are pleased to publish a schematic (see below) showing the extent of the new lighting. We originally asked for new lighting down to and including the corner of Millers Way but this has not yet been agreed.
Just so the village is clear, neither South Cambs District Council not Cambridge County Council support the installation of any new lighting in the village to remedy perceived dark areas and inform us they have no statutory duty to do so.Please bear in mind what is sometimes seen as poor lighting can be the interference of overhead tree cover. Let us know where you believe a tree is obscuring lighting.