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July Parish Council meeting postponed

As you are undoubtedly aware, the stage 4 date for the government’s Covid-19 roadmap has been extended to Monday 19th July. Therefore, the planned meeting of the Parish Council on Monday 5th July will also need to be postponed. The new meeting date will be published once the official stage 4 date has been confirmed […]

Your St Ives, Your Say

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has set up a website which maps out the options to deal with the congestion in St Ives so visitors can compare the benefits and choose the solution they prefer. It isn’t the formal statutory public consultation demanded by law – that comes much later when a decision on […]

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no items to mention in our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community this week, covering the period 5th to 10th June. An Item Of Local News From The Police Web-Site: A St Ives man was sentenced to 2 years and 4 months in jail at Peterborough Crown Court […]

Letter from Buckingham Palace

Hilton Parish Council has received correspondence from Buckingham Palace in reply to their letter expressing both the Council’s and the wider Parish’s condolences following the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh.

Could you represent the Parish Council on the Town Trust?

Background The village of Hilton benefits from land and assets endowed over the centuries. The most recent definition of the charities was confirmed by a Deed dated 1899. We operate two Charities. The land and assets are held by the Estate Charity, the senior charity of the two. The 1899 deed requires that half of […]

Highways England Roadworks Notification

A1307 Westbound Fenstanton to Huntingdon: resurfacing A141 Westbound Huntingdon to Brampton Hut: resurfacing   I write to inform you that we’ll be carrying out essential resurfacing work between the above locations. During these works, we will also be renewing the road markings and studs.   We plan to complete this work over 6 weeks from […]

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no items to mention in our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community this week, covering the period 29th May to 4th June. And Finally … Burglary Prevention Advice Now that summer is here, the warmer weather brings opportunities for burglars to take advantage of open windows, doors left […]

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no items to mention in our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community this week, covering the period 22nd to 28th May. However, here are two messages from the police, relevant to local incidents, taken from Police Logs and official Social Media posts this week: E-Scooters A man walking […]

Rabble

3 organised sessions of RABBLE!* FREE On Hilton Green Starting on Thursday 10th June 4.15-5.15pm Suitable for age 11+.  Only 12 places. Pre- booking essential. *Team sports with a twist! Inspired by playground games like British Bulldogs and Capture the Flag, Rabble mixes high-intensity exercise with fun and social team games. Hilton Parish Council successfully […]

Weekly Policing Update

Very happily, there are no offences or incidents affecting your community to mention in this week’s ‘Policing Update’ for your community, covering the period 16th to 21st May. However, you may be interested to see information about a police campaign to raise awareness of ‘County Lines’ drugs dealing: ‘County Lines’ Awareness Campaign All this week […]