The date of the next Parish Council Meeting will be:

4th November 2019

7:30pm at the Village Hall


The date of the next Planning meeting will be:

None planned



A14 Junction Closure

Please note that the A14 Junction 27 Westbound will be subject to some overnight closures. The work is planned to start on Monday 14 October for approximately 3 nights and will require overnight closures of the A14 junction 27 westbound slip roads between the hours of 8pm and 6am. Traffic will be diverted as per the map in the letter below:

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Weekly Policing Update

Potton Road, Hilton – A cyclist was seriously hurt when he was knocked off his machine by a car which failed to stop, on Potton Road, Hilton, near the new A14 bypass at just after 6:00 am on Wednesday 2nd October. The road was blocked for a time whilst the emergency services dealt with the situation. The victim was attended at the roadside by a paramedic before being taken to hospital by ambulance. (Ref CC-02102019-0063)

Lattenbury Hill, Hilton – Police were called to a collision between two cars on Lattenbury Hill, Hilton, on Saturday lunchtime, 5th October. Fortunately no-one was hurt but recovery services were needed to remove both damaged vehicles from the road. Highways Authority staff then attended to clear the road of spilled fluids and debris. (Ref CC-05102019-0266)

Community Highways Volunteering Scheme

The Parish Council are looking into the Cambridgeshire County Council Community Highways Volunteering Scheme. If this is something that you would be interested in helping with, please contact the Clerk at clerk@hiltonparishcouncil.com.

Community Highways Volunteering

Message from Cambridgeshire County Council:

Residents planning to visit one of Cambridgeshire’s nine household recycling centres (HRCs) with a van or trailer from today (1 October) will need a free e-permit.

Back in May, Councillors approved plans to introduce the scheme to allow the Council to better regulate the use of vans and trailers at HRCs helping to ensure only Cambridgeshire residents’ household waste is delivered to sites.

E-permits need to be obtained using an online system beforehand from the Council’s website (www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/hrc-permits ). The system has been live for the past week allowing residents to register for an e-permit in advance of today’s launch. These e-permits will be limited to 12 visits per year. There will be an exemption to the scheme for trailers up to 1.5m (5ft) in length (excluding the towing mechanism bar) and 570 litre capacity, to allow larger household and garden jobs.

Cambridgeshire County Council’s Chair of the Highways and Infrastructure Committee, Councillor Mathew Shuter said “We want to prevent unlawful trade waste being disposed of at our HRCs, which is ultimately at a cost to the council tax paying residents of Cambridgeshire. Residents can still take their household waste to one of our sites in a van or trailer – but they’ll just now need one of the free e-permits to do so. It’s easy to apply and our site staff are available to help.”

Additional site staff will be available to help at all nine HRCs in the early months of the scheme being introduced.

St Ives Park & Ride

Please see poster below for details of the upcoming project to install a smart energy grid at St Ives Park & Ride.

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Hilton Parish Council would like to set up a email database to allow it to notify you of some of the more significant issues it deals with in a more timely manner. If you would like to be included in this database please send an email to our clerk:


Speed-watch Volunteers

As many of Hilton residents are aware, increasing levels of traffic through the village is having a detrimental impact. Hilton Parish Council is calling for volunteers to help with a speed-watch campaign. If you would like to volunteer please contact us by calling our clerk: 01480 830605 or leave a message via the Contact page:


Speedwatch Poster

Audit 2018-2019 

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