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It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Cllr Geoff Pryke, who passed away on Monday 6th November 2023. Geoff contributed many years of continuous service as a Parish Councillor and Chairman of General Purposes Committee. Geoff gave of his time selflessly by engaging with and guiding a significant number of recent improvements to our village. In particular Geoff was committed to the safety, improvement and maintenance of the children’s play parks in the village and was responsible for the installation of many new benches and picnic tables. We wish to recognise Geoff’s contribution, his valued service, and support for the Parish, he will be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with Geoff’s family at this most difficult time.
Councillor Surgeries have now been running for almost a year. They have proved to be a great idea and a number of Parishioners have taken the opportunity to pop in to discuss matters that are important to them.
Due to current Councillor numbers the Parish Council has decided that in the New Year Councillor surgeries will be held once a month.
Councillor surgeries are held 10 am – 12 pm on a Saturday morning at the Hub, 6 High Street, Fenstanton.
Please pop in to discuss any concerns you may have.
|02.12.2023||Matt Tandy||Martin Hewitt|
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We are please to report that our Defibrillator has now been reinstated at the Church Centre and is in full working order.
Your Parish Council have plans to create a multi user park on the Hampton playing field and we are seeking parishioners views on the proposed changes. No decisions have been made and this is your opportunity to get involved and let the Parish Council know what residents want.
Funding for the project has not been finalised but will likely come from CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy) and charitable funding sources.
The proposal includes: Picnic areas, Pump track, Skate park, Five-a-side football pitch, Pétanque court, and Zip wire.
There is still time to have your say! Closing date 31.10.2023– Please complete the survey – link and QR code below:-
In order to eliminate multiple entries only identified submissions will be included in any decision making.
Huntingdonshire Futures is a new strategy that will shape a vision for the future of the District. Residents can have their say by coming along to the following events or by visiting www.huntingdonshirefutures.net. More events will be shared in due course.