Please find below some information regarding waste collections during the Christmas and New Year period.
Collections will continue throughout the festive period but collection days will be changing for a few weeks. Residents can view their collection days via the online calendar at www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/bins.
All properties will be receiving a hanger on their bin in early December.
A complete list of materials that can be recycled can be found at www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/whatgoesinwhichbin
Real Christmas trees can be put alongside the green bin for composting in January. If it’s taller than the bin the tree will have to be chop down to the right size.
The Household Recycling Centre’s accept a range of materials for recycling and are only closed from 1pm Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Find out more at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk
A meeting of the Glatton Parish Council will be held on Friday, 30th November 2018 commencing at 7.00 p.m. in Glatton Village Hall. (Agenda etc. to follow)
Glatton celebrated a harvest theme of ‘Safely Gathered In‘ at the harvest service in St. Nicholas church. Colourful displays of fruit, flowers and vegetable, plus a trolley full of food bank items, delighted the congregation and visitors
After the service people feasted on homemade salads, jacket potatoes and cold meats, followed by delicious homemade puddings. The produce was auctioned after the meal. A total of £936.50, (£239 from the auction) was raised. Proceed from this will be sent to ‘Our Father’s House‘, which is a Brazilian charity for street children and the Indonesian earthquake fund.
Author: Joan Meiklejohn
Photographs: Paul Cole
We are writing to notify you that Whippet Coaches is to alter two of their services from 10th November 2018
We have taken this opportunity to break down the changes and their impact into the table above.
With regard the cancellation of both these services, the County Council is in discussions with bus operators over potential alternative services. As soon as we have more information we will be back in touch.
Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Passenger Transport Team
Phone: 0345 045 0675
Email: email@example.comPost: Passenger Transport Team, Box SH1013, Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge CB3 0AP
Thank you to everyone who supported Glatton Village Macmillan Coffee Morning, for baking cakes, donating prizes for the raffle and tombola and for sharing the event on Saturday morning, chatting and sharing a cuppa with a piece of cake, such a lovely atmosphere with the village coming together.
We raised £640.62 on Saturday, but additional monies have been received since and we hope to forward £700 to Macmillan.
Thank you to the businesses who supported us including:
The Addison Arms; The Bell Hotel, Stilton; David Beale for the banner; Eclat Sparkle; M&ARC Hair and Tillsons Autos. Thanks also to the Village Hall Committee for allowing us the use of the hall.
Helen had the idea to hold the Coffee Morning, with the other ladies, Doreen, Jacqui, Joan, Liza and Mandy coming on board, I think we done good girls!
See you all next time
Glatton Macmillan Coffee Team.
Author: Mandy Allen
Photographs: Paul Cole.
A new timetable has come into effect from October 2018.
Stagecoach have taken this opportunity to break down the changes and their impact into the table attached.
Stagecoach October 2018 service changes
Full details and copies of the timetable can be obtained by contacting Stagecoach directly on 01223 433250, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.stagecoachbus.com
Terry Brignall has put together this stunning video of our lovely village : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqteHqQq7Wo&hd=1
Wonderful Terry, thank you.
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Photo: Terry Brignall
The Parish Council are asking for local volunteers to help keep the community of Glatton moving in freezing weather. The council would like to thank the volunteers who took part in the Community Gritting Scheme during a very challenging winter season last year. We very much hope you will do so again this year.
For those hearing about the Community Gritting Scheme for the first time, it is a scheme where local volunteers can help to keep the community moving in freezing weather. Under this scheme, the parish council agrees specific routes in our area which are important to the local community and agrees them with the county council.
You will need to complete a Community Gritting Word Form and send it to our Clerk to the Parish Council, Helen Ford, so you may be included in this year’s scheme. Those who have volunteered before will need to complete a new form so as to ensure health and safety standards are being met. Please return your forms as soon as possible to enable Helen to return them to Cambridgeshire County Council by the end of October.
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