Entries by Clerk

Busway Closure

Information received from Cambridgeshire County Council: Following the report of a lifting beam between Windmill bridge and Longstanton Skanska have checked the area and we have a total of 3 lifting beams which need re-setting.  We have mobilised emergency crews to come in to do this work between midnight Friday 23 October and 05:00 Monday […]

Hilton Bonfire Plans – 7th November 9am – 1pm

Although this year’s bonfire & fireworks display have been cancelled due to the current government recommendations, Hilton Parish Council will still be allowing residents of the village to dispose of any suitable burnable garden waste as they have done in previous years, this is aimed at those who are unable to dispose of it in […]

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no offences or incidents affecting your community to mention in our Policing Summary this week, covering the period 6th to 12th October. However, here are details of a police appeal, and a link to the latest information on the Coronavirus situation that might be useful: Police Appeal For Information: Police are […]

Weekly Policing Update

There is one item to mention in our summary of offences and incidents affecting your community this week, covering the period 29th September to 5th October: Hilton – Police stopped a suspicious black Audi car in Hilton late on Saturday evening, 3rd October. When officers noticed a strong smell of cannabis a search was carried […]

Trim Trail Survey Results

Hilton Parish Council would like to take this opportunity to thank those parishioners who completed their recent survey regarding the trim trail. A copy of the survey results can be viewed below. Hilton Parish Council Survey Analysis for website In light of the results of the survey, the council have resolved to take this proposal […]

Experimental Traffic Regulation Order Detailed Update

The following information has been received from Cambridgeshire County Council:   As the conversation with the DfT (Department for Transport) on the matter of compliance with the Emergency Active Travel Fund (EATF) guidance was by phone, I have confirmed with them by email that my understanding of their position in detail in relation to the […]

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no offences or incidents affecting your community to mention in our Policing Update this week, covering the period 22nd to 28th September.

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no offences or incidents affecting your community to mention in our Policing Update this week, covering the period 16th to 21st September.

Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders Update

We have now received the decision of the CCC Highways and Transport Committee as follows: It was unanimously resolved: a) To ask Officers to take away the B1040 Lorry ban proposal and consult with the Department of Transport for further consideration of whether it, and any further schemes ,are appropriate for inclusion in the current […]

Experimental Traffic Regulation Order

The government has passed legislation for County Councils to implement Experimental Traffic Regulation Orders (ETROs) to promote cycling and walking. Under these measures councils can “restrict certain roads to certain types of travel”. Some measures have already been implemented in Cambridge city such as prohibiting motor vehicles through the width restriction in Storeys Way. There […]