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HRH Prince Philip
In association with the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Association of Local Councils, Glatton Parish Council express their deepest condolences to Her Majesty the Queen, members of the Royal Family and the extended members of the Royal Household on the death of His Royal Highness the Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh.

He dedicated his life to serving the nation in particular supporting the Queen since her Accession in 1952. He has been Patron, President or member of over 750 organisations of which the Duke of Edinburgh Award may be best known by members in all our communities.

The United Kingdom will forever be grateful for all that he has done both at home and abroad. On behalf of all Glatton Parish Councillors and all residents of Glatton, Cambridgeshire, may he rest in peace.

We are also sharing a message from Reverend Becky Dyball, who writes, many of you will have heard the sad news of the death of Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, who has died aged 99. Our thoughts and prayers are with Her Majesty the Queen and with her family. Beyond the love and commitment of marriage and family life, Prince Philip has been a remarkable consort in his commitment for nearly 7 decades to the demands of public life. A rock of support in good times and bad. Let us now give thanks for his steadfast love of the Queen, their family and the nation that he served with pride. May God grant to him rest and peace and a share in the glory of the eternal life.

St Nicholas, Glatton is now open every day from 0800 to 1800 hours for quiet reflection and prayer. There is no book of condolence (Click Here) and please donate to charity rather than leave flowers.

You will find an online book of condolence via the Church of England and If you wish to light a virtual candle you can do so by following this link.

Neil Mundell-Phipps
Chairman
Glatton Parish Council

 

 

Welcome.  This is the official website of Glatton Parish Council.

The site contains some history of the village and the church, along with recollections and photographs of past events.

The website is updated weekly with St. Nicholas Church and Neighbourhood Watch E-cop newsletters and coming events.

Parish Council Agenda/Minutes/Planning Applications are published as and when the meetings occur.  Details of Church, Village Hall and WI functions are regularly updated.

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  1. A wonderful site that brings back many fond memories! My wife and I are from the US and lived in Glatton for two years (December 2003 to December 2005), renting Mychelles Meade at 40-42 High Haden Road. More importantly, two wonderful British Westies (Gillie and Belle) joined our household while we lived in the UK; both thoroughly enjoyed walking through the Village and visiting neighbors. In particular, Gillie and Belle liked to visit one home that had a little dog named Bobby; our two girls would stand at the front of Bobby’s house yearning for his attention. Joy of joys! on one occasion Bobby’s pet-parents let our girls visit and play with him! After that, rain or shine, we had to stop at Bobby’s gate until we coerced them to go back to our house. It late, but to Bobby pet-parents: we’re so sorry we spent so much time at your gate, but our girls were VERY smitten with your little guy! like I said — we have many fond memories of life in Glatton!

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