OPENING HOURS

Due to the current energy crisis, the Town Council is trying to reduce its costs.  With effect from 21 November, the Town Hall will only be open to the public on the following days,   Tuesday Wednesday Thursday from 8.30am to 1.30pm   Staff will work remotely on Mondays and Fridays.  If you wish to…

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COMMEMORATIVE OAK PLANTING

On a rather wet November day, the Mayor swapped his robe and chains for a hi-viz jacket and a spade to plant a tree on Queens Walk. The commemorative ‘Quercus Robur Fastigiata’ oak was planted in memoriam of Queen Elizabeth II following her passing in September and will take pride of place on the recreation…

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LOGWORLD LOGS OUT – UPDATE

Last month we posted the message below to advise residents that the children’s wooden climbing equipment, know as Logworld would be removed.  This proved to be an emotive subject with many people taking to social media to express their feelings.  The removal work was put on hold until Council were able to discuss the matter…

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REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY PARADE

The Town Council will be holding its annual Remembrance Day parade from 10.30am -11.30am on Sunday 13 November.  The Civic party will process from the Town Hall car park to the War Memorial on Post Street where a short service will be held.  All are welcome. The roads leading to the War Memorial will be…

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WHAT DO YOU THINK OF HDC’S SERVICES?

Huntingdonshire District Council (HDC) are inviting residents across Huntingdonshire to have their say on local services as they look to plan and prioritise services that are important to people given rising costs and financial pressures.   As well as gathering opinion on how well services are run, the survey seeks to understand overall satisfaction levels…

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