Fenstanton Parish Council

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UK’s first example of Roman crucifixion found in Fenstanton

The first example of a Roman crucifixion in the UK has been found in Fenstanton. Albion Archaeology discovered a large, previously unknown Roman roadside settlement in 2017 while carrying out an excavation in on behalf of Tilia Homes (previously Kier…

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Two initiatives this Winter you may find of benefit

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Greener travel in Cambridgeshire – have your say

The Greater Cambridge Partnership’s consultation on proposals to improve the way in which people travel around our area is now underway. ‘Making Connections: have your say on greener travel in Greater Cambridge’ asks for people’s thoughts on proposals to transform…

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Flooding in Fenstanton – new website section launched

Following last year’s flooding in Fenstanton, you Parish Council has undertaken extensive investigation into the causes and, working with a wide variety of agencies and organisations, looked at how we can take steps to minimise the impact of future events….

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Latest newsletter – Nov 2021

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Fenstanton Community Hero Award – 2020/21

Jean Ding Your Parish Council is delighted to award this year’s Community Hero Award to Jean Ding. Jean has been an inspiration. Throughout the pandemic she has collected and sold a wide variety of books, plants, jigsaws, toys, as well…

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‘20’s plenty‘ and other traffic measures – your views count

Please complete the questionnaire For further information on 20’s plenty, please see the attached

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Flooding in Fenstanton

Would you be interested in joining a Fenstanton Community Flood Group? In anticipation of the increased incidence of future flooding events, your Parish Council is looking to help establish a Fenstanton Community Flood Group. We are keen to hear from…

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Latest newsletter from your Parish Council

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Cambridgeshire County Council – travel to work survey

Employees can win a £50 Amazon voucher if they take part in Cambridgeshire County Council’s annual travel to work survey. The survey helps Smart Journeys (a project co-led by the council which supports the delivery of sustainable travel) understand how…

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