Christmas lunch at the Walnut Tree brought a festive end to the year for our Group. We have a full programme for the months ahead and, once again, Lent Lunches take the lead. All very informal and we hope you will come and join us; you will be most welcome.
There has been a recent series of incidents whereby fraudsters either phone or attend the home address of elderly members of the public, claiming to be police officers. The fake officer/s will claim that they are investigating a fraud which they believe the elderly person to be a victim of.
The Tennis Club would like to thank Chippenham Lodge Stud, Becca Nicolle and the Parish Council for their generosity towards the new courtside club house. The autumn opening event brought together around 45 people from the local community for juniors’ coaching (including an under 5s session), a children’s art competition,
The Lent Lunches were again most successful raising approximately £350, all of which will be donated to Charities, both local and overseas; these will be determined at our next Committee Meeting. Thank you to all who supported us so generously; the donations we make do, in some small way, help
Remember. Celebrate. Change lives. A leading cancer charity has created a special place where people can remember and celebrate the lives of loved ones they have lost to cancer. Losing someone you love can leave you feeling lost, particularly with Father’s Day approaching. So, Macmillan Cancer Support have created a
Advice from Trading Standards In the last 5 years it is estimated that £1 million has been paid to rogue traders by older residents living in Cambridgeshire. In most cases the rogue trader will have called at the customer’s door offering to do work on their house or garden, and
I would like to let you know about our Eel Festival coming up 2nd-5th May 2014 http://tourism.eastcambs.gov.uk/content/elys-eel-festival-2014 There will be: Food Safari – All Weekend, Friday 2nd to Monday 5th May Take a trail around the city stopping off to sample some eel inspired dishes at as many venues as you
The details of our local Mobile Library services are as follows Monthly on the 1st Thursday of every month Chippenham Village Hall 11.05 – 11.35 More information – http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/directory/mobile.htm
On local roads approaching the Fiveways roundabout, we will have temporary 40mph speed restrictions placed on them 24 hrs per day. In addition, the A11 northbound leading to the roundabout will have the existing 50 mph speed restriction moved further back, to allow a further reduction of the 40 mph
The Community Champion Scheme has recently been rolled out across the county thanks to a partnership between Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service (CFRS) and Cambridgeshire ACRE. The scheme has been designed to promote home fire safety throughout Cambridgeshire and Peterborough using local volunteers who are known as Community Champions. Community