A428 Caxton Gibbet to Black Cat Improvements

The supplementary consultation is launching on Wednesday 24th June – please see the information poster below:

A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet improvements scheme Supplementary Consultation Poster

Ford

The Parish Council are aware of the dangerous situation with regards to the slipperiness of the Ford and the danger to cyclists and other users. The Parish Council have been in dialogue with Cambridgeshire County Council, who are responsible for the Ford, to try and resolve this situation. Officers from Cambridgeshire County Council have recently decided to install warning signs to ask cyclists to dismount. In the meantime, Hilton Parish Council have put up some temporary signs.

The Clerk has also been in contact with the water company to address the leaks along Church End, which have been preventing the Ford from emptying in the summer and allowing the algae to flourish.

Cambridgeshire County Council are also looking into other measures to address the surface of the Ford and Hilton Parish Council will continue to liaise with them.

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Against Scams Partnership (CAPASP)

Hilton Parish Council has resolved to become a supporter of CAPASP and we would urge you to become a ‘Friend against Scams’ by completing the 20 minute ‘express’ online training at www.friendsagainstscams.org.uk/elearning/Cambridgeshire.

Anyone completing the training is eligible for a free Friends Against Scams pin badge – please contact  .

For further information please visit their website: https://cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk/capasp/

Recent alerts:

Firstly, some good news! Our Twitter account is available again, under a slightly new guise, @CAPA5P,  and eagerly awaiting some new followers for those of you who use social media.

Secondly, we have had some new reports in the county (particularly in the north west) of doorstep callers using the coronavirus situation to try to gain entry to people’s properties by pretending to be local government officials from the county council’s Coordination Hub, or indeed medical professionals. Exact details are sketchy at this stage, but as ever, we urge people to be vigilant and to satisfy themselves that people, no matter how official they might look, are who they say they are.

A good mantra is: Lock, Stop, Chain, Check:

  1. Keep doors and windows locked – it is easy, for example, to get distracted at the front door and to leave the back of the property exposed, particularly as we move into the better weather.
  2. Don’t feel you even have to open the door to an uninvited caller.
  3. Use a chain when opening the door, if there is one, but leave it off at other times.
  4. Check ID thoroughly and don’t be embarrassed to leave someone on the doorstep with the door closed, whilst you phone the organisation they say they are from to confirm their credentials.

The first example is what we call a subscription scam. In this case the victim saw an advert online for ‘Zeto’ tablets, supposedly endorsed by Dragons Den, which suggested you could receive a free sample of tablets that would help you lose weight. Like many of us, the victim fancied losing some extra pounds without changing anything about his lifestyle  and so he gave his bank details for the postage and packaging charge to receive the tablets. However subsequently several lots of £80+ was requested from his bank account. Fortunately on this occasion the bank became aware and contacted the victim and the sums were stopped.

Please beware of too-good-to-be-true offers for free weight loss supplements, beauty creams etc. – especially at this time of year when we want to look our best or treat others. Usually, buried in some small print somewhere, is a declaration that it is a subscription, it is just not made clear and obvious in the advert. And as the victim’s wife commented “we are usually very scam savvy but it shows how easy it is to be fooled when they touch a soft spot”.

The second report was a scam that came to the victim through an e-mail address already known to her so she did not question it to begin with. The e-mail asked the victim to purchase some iTunes vouchers as her friend was in a conference and could not get them.  The victim tells me that she did indeed buy the vouchers as requested but that something niggled at her about it and so she phoned her friend’s wife who said they were on holiday and that the e-mail was a scam. Thankfully the scammers did not get any money out of the victim but she is now left with several iTunes vouchers that she didn’t otherwise want. The scammers have also continued to contact her many times asking for the vouchers.

We are grateful to our informant for sharing their story with us. It’s a great example of an e-mail being spoofed (i.e. made to look like another) just as phone numbers can be. The victim states “the first e-mail received was so convincing”. This example also perfectly illustrates how important it is to do independent research to verify if requests for personal information or ‘money’ are legitimate. Requests for vouchers and money transfers should serve as particular warning bells as these are a common tactic used by fraudsters because they are much harder to trace than banking channels.

 

This message is to warm you about two scams involving HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)  that have been reported to the police recently.

HMRC Arrest Warrent Scam

A resident in our district has reported receiving three automated phone calls supposedly from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) telling them that HMRC is filing a lawsuit against them, has issued an arrest warrent, and that they should to press “1” to speak to a caseworker to make a cash payment.

Similar scam calls have been reported across the country, often targetting elderly and vulnerable people.

HMRC advice is:

  • the calls are NOT genuine;
  •  the correct action is to hang up on the call;
  • HMRC will NEVER contact anyone using an automated phone call.

More information on this and other HMRC scams is available of the Government website
www.gov.uk/government/publications/phishing-and-bogus-emails-hm-revenue-and-customs-examples/phishing-emails-and-bogus-contact-hm-revenue-and-customs-examples

HMRC Corona Virus Scam

Criminals are also exploiting the current Corona Virus situation. There have been reports of people receiving scam emails saying that they can claim a tax refund to help protect themselves from the Corona Virus outbreak.

HMRC advice is:

  • Do not reply to any suspicious emails;
  • Do not open any links in the message;
  • HMRC will NEVER send an email notification about tax rebates or refunds.

An example of the scam email is shown on the Government web-site at –

www.gov.uk/government/publications/phishing-and-bogus-emails-hm-revenue-and-customs-examples/phishing-emails-and-bogus-contact-hm-revenue-and-customs-examples

MEMBERS of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Against Scams Partnership (CAPASP) are warning people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to be vigilant against scammers who are taking advantage of Covid-19.

As Covid-19 spreads rapidly across the world, various reports have emerged about fraudsters seizing the opportunity to defraud.

In the UK, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has reported that victims have lost over £800k to scams relating to the coronavirus since February 2020.

Many of the scams involve criminals contacting victims by email, phone or text message posing as genuine organisations such as banks, police officers or health providers. The fraudsters may claim to provide medical guidance, investment opportunities or a safe place to transfer and keep money – using coronavirus as a cover story. Alternatively, victims are tricked into disclosing personal or financial information or clicking on links which could contain malware.

In Cambridgeshire, doorstep scammers are reported to have been visiting residents purporting to be from Red Cross or other legitimate organisations, and offering to provide coronavirus testing kits – for a hefty fee.

Some examples of other coronavirus scams to watch out for are:

  • Flight cancellation scam. If you have had a holiday cancelled, beware of individuals or organisations making contact asking for bank details to refund your money. Your travel agent or airline should refund directly by the original payment method.
  • Fake email or website scams. Watch out for authentic looking websites or emails seemingly from official channels such as Public Health England or WHO (World Health Organisation). These may look very convincing and offer enticing information for a fee or a single click on a link or attachment. Clicking may install malicious software which can monitor the victim’s every move and provide the details to criminals. Recent examples include e-mails or websites claiming to be able to show local cases of Covid-19 but which are in fact designed to infect the victim’s computer with malware to steal banking and log-in information.
  • Online offers for vaccinations. There are currently are no vaccines, pills, potions, lotions, lozenges, prescriptions or over-the-counter products available to treat or cure Covid-19 coronavirus. DO NOT send money, buy bitcoin or vouchers to anyone offering this.
  • Bogus charity callers. Fraudsters may pose as charitable organisations claiming to help individuals or businesses in these challenging times. Check the authenticity of any caller on the phone or doorstep by contacting the organisation on the number you know to be correct. If the caller was on the phone make sure you wait at least 10 minutes or use a different handset to conduct your authenticity check.
  • Tax refund scam. E-mails purporting to be from HMRC or GOV.UK are being sent by scammers with the promise of a tax rebate ‘for dealing with the coronavirus outbreak’ at the click of a link. The link is likely to infect the device with malware and allow private information to be stolen.
  • Good Neighbour scam. People in self-isolation have been approached by criminals offering to help with shopping who take the resident’s money and never return.

Acting Police and Crime Commissioner, Ray Bisby said:

“In these difficult times, there are many genuine people and organisations offering to support people’s health and wellbeing needs within their local community, such as shopping, collecting prescriptions or providing a friendly conversation over the phone.

“These people will carry official documentation or identification and will ask YOU to contact THEM if you need any help.

“Remember, always check ID of people knocking at the door – do your own, independent research to contact the organisation in question rather than using any contact details on the ID itself.

“Please stay safe and look after one another.

“Visit the CAPASP website for more help and advice on how to avoid scams.”

Benches

Thank you to everyone who came to our bench working party on Saturday. It was hard work but the benches look fabulous. We’ve even had our inaugural picnickers! 😁

 

HPC meets A14 Delivery Team

Minutes

Meeting – Hilton Parish Council and A14 Delivery Team 06.04.18

Hilton Village Hall 2.00pm

Present:

A14 Delivery Team- Pam Hobson (Stakeholder Director), Dave Forbes (Construction Manager),  Jason Robinson (Senior General Foreman).

Parish Council – Graham Baradell (Councillor) & Jo Perez (Clerk)

  1. A14 traffic through the village.

The A14 delivery team explained the reasons why Hilton has been experiencing heavy volumes of A14 construction traffic and what they are setting into place to stop this issue continuing.

Bad Weather has meant that the haul road has been impassable for some time and therefore vehicles are using main roads. The route A14 construction vehicles should be using is the current A14 and vehicles should not be using the Village unless the A14 is closed.

The wording that had been given to all employees has been ambiguous and not entirely clear. This will change. New wording with warnings will be given to all employees and this will include all suppliers/contractors working on the A14 project.  All A14 workers will have in their vehicles details of the route they should be taking when the haul road is impassable. The new wording will clearly state that there is NO vehicle access through the Village unless the A14 is CLOSED. This means that even if the A14 traffic is slow or a lane blocked they will still have to use the current A14. If the PC has reports of vehicles through the village, and the vehicle registration can be provided so the driver identified, then employees will be removed from the project.

If a vehicle is stopped they must produce the new wording that all employees will be required to carry in their vehicles and we can insist that this is adhered to.

All managers and supplier managers are to be briefed on the new wording. Monitoring will take place over the next two weeks and then as and when required. Current monitoring is being carried out in different areas of the village in order to make sure everyone is abiding to the rules.

The PC Clerk will be informed when the A14 is closed and the Village is likely to see an increase in A14 construction traffic.

It is hoped that by September 2018 that the section of the new A14 between Godmanchester and St Ives will be sufficiently progressed that all construction traffic can then use the new alignment

  1. Verges and road edges.

The Parish Council advised the A14 delivery team that there has be significant damage caused to our roads and verges. In places it is clear that the large A14 construction vehicles have mounted verges and caused damage. There has also been an increase in pot holes and exposed pavement/road at the road edges. The A14 delivery team expressed that as a gesture of goodwill that they will make repairs to the verges where necessary. This will hopefully happen early autumn once there is uninterrupted access through the works and there is no longer a possibility of A14 construction traffic using the Village.

  1. NMU Path on the B1040 Bridge.

The Parish Council has requested that the NMU Path on the B1040 Bridge be to the east side. This would hopefully make the possibility of the Parish Council securing a Footpath/cyclepath out of the Village a lot easier.

Unfortunately the NMU has already been planned for the west side of the B1040 and utility companies have already laid cables to the west. Therefore it is too late to make any changes as this would be too costly and delay the opening of the bridge and potentially the new A14.

This is very disappointing news as the PC has been asking for this information since at least November of last year and even recently the clerk was advised that this “ could be discussed at this meeting and we can go from there”,  this implied that nothing was set in stone.  At the meeting it was advised that it would not have been possible to change the bridge design back in November, but this was not made known to us.

The PC has asked for further information on the NMU planned on the Hilton Road.

  1. 2m bund between the road and Village.

Bunds will be in place 1-2years ahead of the opening of the new A14. Some bunds have already been formed and planting will take place between September 2018- March 2019. The plants will be smaller plants to give them a better chance of establishing themselves and surviving.

  1. General progress

It is hoped that the Bridge on the B1040 will be open sometime in June 2018. Hilton Road Bridge should not be too far behind. There are no lights on either of the Bridges.

 

Local Plan to 2036 – (Hilton Parish Council Response)

HPC-Response to Local Plan to 2036-03

HPC-Response to Local Plan to 2036-Proposed Submission-04

Hilton Parish Council (HPC) – 12th January 2018

Ref: Huntingdonshire’s Local Plan to 2036 – Proposed Submission

This representation was discussed in a public meeting held on 16th January 2018 and was voted unanimously in favour of its submission to Huntingdonshire District Council (HDC) by Hilton Parish Council.

Representation:

Hilton Parish Council (HPC) submitted a detailed response to the Consultation Draft of this document, Huntingdonshire’s Local Plan to 2036, on the 21st August 2017. Since then we have received a revised version of the Local Plan to 2036, referred to as the Proposed Submission, which Huntingdonshire District Council (HDC) will seek to adopt.

This representation addresses the material differences between the Consultation Draft and this latest Proposed Submission version of the Local plan to 2036 and determines the new draft is no longer sound. Specifically policies which directly affect the village parish of Hilton, both in terms of the scope for future development within the village or development which would directly affect the village such as surrounding infrastructure, large developments nearby, traffic policy etc.

LP1 Amount of development

The policy states: “In Huntingdonshire in the period 2011-2036 provision will be made for at least 20,100 new homes (both market and affordable), and approximately 14,400 additional jobs”.

To put this into context there are approximately 70,000 households in Huntingdonshire, (CCCRG Estimate2009). St Neots has approximately 12,000 households. Residents are already experiencing the effects of development and the pressure this applies to local infrastructure and services.

HPC acknowledge that the number of new houses required is a result of national pressures; however we do look to Huntingdon District Council (HDC) to ensure the development in services and infrastructure will keep pace, especially in regards to the increase in traffic.

LP2 Strategy for Development

The policy states “Approximately a quarter of the objectively assessed need for housing, together with a limited amount of employment growth, will be permitted on sites dispersed across the key service centres, local service centres and small settlements to support the vitality of these communities and provide flexibility and diversity in the housing supply”.

Including Small Settlements in this group is new and indicates a change in thinking by HDC. It appears for the first time that HDC are making provision in new planning policy to expand Small Settlements despite making clear in previous drafts that this would not be supported.

Previous drafts have stressed the importance of concentrating new sustainable development in Spatial Planning Areas and Key Service Centres, where there is the potential to provide, the most comprehensive range of services and facilities and not expand small settlements which would result in more journeys. This seemed eminently sensible and had the support of HPC.

LP8 Key Service Centres

Fenstanton has been identified as a key service centre and as such housing development would be supported.  The policy states “A proposal for development on land well-related to the built-up area may be supported where it accords with the specific opportunities allowed for through other policies of this plan”. There is no definition in the Local Plan as what well-related means. As Hilton is close by to Fenstanton could Hilton be considered well-related?

LP10 Small Settlements

The new version of this policy indicates a change in tone and appears to acknowledge housing development in small settlements may be beneficial. Gone is the line from the policy “small settlements have a limited role in delivering sustainable development” replaced by a number of paragraphs in the reasoning section outlining “the potential benefits of promoting some growth within Small Settlements”.

There are now only three criteria limiting the level of development:

  1. level of service and infrastructure provision within the settlement;
  2. opportunities for users of the proposed development to access everyday services and facilities by sustainable modes of travel including walking, cycling and public transport;
  3. effect on the character of the immediate locality and the settlement as a whole

In the ‘reasoning’ section the statement does not give a specific definition as to what level of service, facilities or infrastructure would be required for development to be acceptable.  There is no specific guidance for planning other than to say each site application will be judged on its merit, vis-a-vis the above criteria. This guidance is now subjective and open to interpretation and could have adverse effect on all small settlements in Huntingdonshire.

LP11 The Countryside

The policy undertakes to “protect the intrinsic character and beauty of the countryside” but then goes on to say “avoiding the irreversible loss of the best and most versatile agricultural land(Grade1to3a) where possible”.  The expression where possible is vague and open to differing interpretations of when is possible or not. If the objective was to truly protect the countryside and the rural economy the expectation would be that all productive agricultural land would be protected from development.

Conclusion

The original principle of concentrating housing development in locations which provide the greatest potential for a comprehensive range of services is valid and the latest draft still supports this. However there is a softening in the guidance in respect to Small Settlements which indicates HDC are prepared to support development under certain, much more subjective, conditions. Considering this change of tone together with the recent Housing & Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA), it is hard not to come to the conclusion that in order for CCC/HDC to meet its national housing targets it is casting the net wider for suitable sites which now includes Small Settlements. This would be a mistake and we urge HDC to adhere to its original principles in the allocation of sustainable development sites.

For these reasons Hilton Parish Council does not support this latest version of the Local Plan to 2036 as it is no longer sound. We formally object to these changes and ask for this representation to be presented to the inspector.

END

Flood warning

A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency.

Flood Alert in force: Lower River Great Ouse in Central Bedfordshire, Bedford Borough and Cambridgeshire.

Flooding is possible for: Lower River Great Ouse from Wyboston to Earith including Hen and Fox Brooks, Brampton Brook, Back Brook, Hall Green Brook, Parsons Drove Drain, Swavesey Drain and Wadsbys Folly.

 Be prepared.

 This message has been issued due to the heavy rain experienced on Tuesday 26th December and Wednesday 27th December over the Great Ouse Catchment. This means that the river levels in the River Great Ouse remain high as water travels down the catchment.

The forecast is for patchy showers today and over the weekend.  We are expecting river levels to remain high over the weekend.

Locations most at risk are River Great Ouse from Wyboston to Earith including Hen and Fox Brooks, Brampton Brook, Back Brook, Hall Green Brook, Parsons Drove Drain, Swavesey Drain and Wadsbys Folly.

The Environment Agency are monitoring river levels and have staff in the field checking for and clearing blockages.

Take care near the areas of concern and monitor your local weather conditions. 

Take care on riverside roads and footpaths.

To check the latest information for your area

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* Visit the GOV.UK website to see the current flood warnings, view river and sea levels or check the 5-day flood risk forecast: https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/target-area/052WAFLOOUSE

* Or call Floodline on 0345 988 1188 using quickdial code: 212060.

* Follow @EnvAgency and #floodaware on Twitter.

* Tune into weather, news and travel bulletins on local television and radio.

What you should consider doing now

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* Monitor local water levels and weather conditions. 

* Get ready to act on your flood plan if you have one.

* Move your car or other vehicles to higher ground, if it is safe to do so.

* Prepare a flood kit of essential items including a torch with spare batteries, mobile phone and charger, warm clothes, home insurance documents, water, food, first aid kit and any prescription medicines or baby care items you may need.

* Check that you know how to turn off your gas, electricity and water mains supplies.

* In rural locations, farmers should consider moving livestock and equipment away from areas likely to flood.

* Avoid walking, cycling or driving through flood water. 30 cm of fast-flowing water can move a car and 6 inches can knock an adult off their feet.

* Flood water is dangerous and may be polluted. Wash your hands thoroughly if you’ve been in contact with it.

 

Bus User Survey – Autumn 2017

Hilton Parish Council would like to thank all those who participated in the recent bus survey. The survey was conducted so the council could fully understand the effect the loss of a service through the village would have.

You can find the conclusion to the survey below and also the timetable for the new Dews service, although please bear in mind, this service is only temporary.

Bus Survey Conclusions Nov 2017

Dews 9 timetable

 

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon – Notices

A14C2H closures w.c 06.12.21

A14C2H closures w.c 29.11.21

A14C2H closures w.c 22.11.21

A14C2H closures w.c 15.11.21

A14C2H closures w.c 08.11.21

A14C2H closures w.c 01.11.21

A14C2H closures w.c 25.10.21 v2

A14C2H closures w.c 18.10.21

w/c 11.10.21 – No closures

w/c 04.10.21 – No closures

w/c 27.09.21 – No closures

w/c 20.09.21 – No closures

w/c 13.09.21 – No closures

w/c 06.09.21 – No closures

A14C2H closures w.c 30.08.21

w/c 23.08.21 – No closures

A14C2H closures w.c 16.08.21

A14C2H closures w.c 09.08.21

A14C2H closures w.c 02.08.21

A114C2H closures w.c 26.07.21

A14C2H closures w.c 19.07.21 v2

A14C2H closures w.c 12.07.21

A14C2H closures w.c 05.07.21

A14C2H closures w.c 28.06.21

A14C2H closures w.c 21.06.21

A14C2H closures w.c 14.06.21

A14C2H closures w.c 07.06.21

A14C2H closures w.c 31.05.21

A14C2H closures w.c 24.05.21

w/c 17.05.21 – No closures

A14C2H closures w.c 10.05.21 v2

w/c 03.05.21 – No closures

A14C2H closures w.c 26.04.21

A14C2H closures w.c 19.04.21

w/c 12.04.21 – No closures

A14C2H closures w.c 05.04.21

A14C2H closures w.c 22.03.21

A14C2H closures w.c 15.03.21

A14C2H closures w.c 08.03.21

A14C2H closures w.c 01.03.21

A14C2H closures w.c 22.02.21

A14C2H closures w.c 15.02.21

A14C2H closures w.c 08.02.21

A14C2H closures w.c 01.02.21

A14C2H closures w.c 25.01.21

A14C2H closures w.c 18.01.21

A14C2H closures w.c 11.01.21 v2

A14C2H closures w.c 04.01.21

A14C2H closures w.c 21.12.20

A14C2H closures w.c 14.12.20

A14C2H closures w.c 07.12.20

A14C2H closures w.c 30.11.20

A14C2HClosures w.c 23.11.20

A14C2HClosures w.c 16.11.20

A14C2H closures w.c 09.11.20

A14C2H closures w.c 02.11.20

A14C2H closures w.c 26.10.20

A1307 Eastbound closure diversion

A1307 Westbound closure diversion

A14C2H closures w.c 19.10.20

A14C2H closures w.c 12.10.20

A14C2H closures w.c 05.10.20

A14C2H closures w.c 28.09.20

A1 resurfacing works

A14C2H closures w.c 21.09.20

A14C2H closures w.c 14.09.20

A14C2H closures w.c 07.09.20

A14C2H closures v2 w.c 31.08.20

A14C2H closures w.c 24.08.20

A14C2H closures w.c 17.08.20

A14C2H closures w.c 10.08.20 v2

A14C2H closures w.c 03.08.20

A14C2H closures w.c 27.07.20 Rev1

A14C2H closures w.c 20.07.20

A14C2H closures w.c 13.07.20

A14C2H closures w.c 06.07.20

A14C2H closures w.c 29.06.20

A14C2H closures w.c 22.06.20

A14C2H closures w.c 15.06.20

A14C2H closures w.c 08.06.20

A14C2H closures w.c 01.06.20

A14C2H closures w.c 25.05.20

A14C2H closures w.c 18.05.20

A14C2H closures w.c 11.05.20

A14C2H closures w.c 04.05.20

A14C2H closures w.c 27.04.20

A14C2H closures w.c 20.04.20

A14C2H closures w.c 13.04.20

A14C2H closures w.c 06.04.20

A14C2H closures w.c 30.03.20 rev1

A14C2H closures w.c 23.03.20

A14C2H closures w.c 16.03.20

A14C2H closures w.c 09.03.20

A14C2H closures w.c 02.03.20

A14C2H closures w.c 24.02.20

A14C2H closures 17.02.2020

A14C2H closures w.c 10.02.20

A14C2H closures w.c 03.02.20

A14C2H closures w.c 27.01.20

A14C2H closures w.c 20.01.20

A14C2H closures w.c 13.01.20

A14C2H closures w.c 06.01.20

A14C2H closures 30.12.19

A14C2H closures w.c 23.12.19 and 30.12.19

A14C2H closures w.c 16.12.19

A14 Monthly Parish Newsletter Nov to Dec 2019

A14C2H closures w.c 09.12.19

Latest A14 Update:

Please find below road closures information for w/c 2 December, in relation to the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme.

This includes the closures required for us to open the Huntingdon Southern Bypass on Monday 9th December.

Please note, once the bypass is opened, the existing A14 between Godmanchester (current junction 24) and Spittals (current junction 23) will be closed in both directions.

A14C2H closures w.c 02.12.19

A14C2H closures w.c 25.11.19 Rev1

A14C2H closures w.c 18.11.19

A14 Monthly Parish Newsletter October to November 2019

A14C2H closures w.c 11.11.19

A14C2H closures w.c 04.11.19

A14C2H closures w.c 28.10.19

A14C2H closures w.c 21.10.19

A14C2H closures w.c 14.10.19

A14 Monthly Parish Newsletter Sept to Oct 2019

A14C2H closures w.c 07.10.19

602028 Stakeholder Letter

A14C2H closures w.c 30.09.19

A14C2H closures w.c 23.09.19

A14C2H closures w.c 16.09.19

A14C2H closures w.c 09.09.19

A14 Monthly Parish Newsletter August-September 2019

A14C2H closures w.c 02.09.19

A14C2H closures w.c 26.08.19

A14C2H closures w.c 19.08.19

A14C2H closures w.c 12.08.19

A14C2H closures w.c 05.08.19

A14 Monthly Parish Newsletter July – August Final

A14C2H closures w.c 29.07.19

A14C2H closures v2 w.c 22.07.19

A14C2H closures w.c 15.07.19

East of England w.c 08.07.19

A14 Monthly Parish Newsletter June – July 2019 FINAL

A14C2H closures w.c 01.07.19

A14C2H closures w.c 24.06.19

A14C2H closures w.c 17.06.19

A14C2H closures w.c 10.06.19

A14 Parish Newsletter – May to June 2019

A14C2H closures w.c 20.05.19

HUNTS 16 – 31 May

A14C2H closures w.c 13.05.19

A14C2H closures w.c 15.04.19

A14C2H closures w.c 08.04.19