Come and join in the fun at the Somersham lake. Free Angling tuition on offer, please book your space to guarantee a slot. Many other activities to join in with as well that do not require booking.
Please find attached road closures information for w/c 29 October, in relation to the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme
Please find attached a Highway Events remembrance diary special highlighting all the events likely to impact the highway on Sunday 11th November 2018. With over 30 events taking place and although many of these events are short in duration they may have an impact on you if you are travelling or are undertaking works on the 11th November. Please take a moment to review the diary and contact me if you have any questions in regards to any of the events listed or if you are aware of any other events that are taking place that are not listed.
REMEMBRANCE DAY as of 25.10 – Excel document
All events can also be found on our webpage at https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/roads-and-pathways/highway-events/
Whilst walking their dog a set of house keys were lost on Station Land (dog walking field)
They are a set of 3 Mortice keys and 3 Yale keys with a yellow “silver windscreen” keyfob.
If you have seen these or have these can you please contact us or post in our letter box at the Norwood Building, Parkhall road, Somersham, PE28 3HE – 01487 841359
so we can reunite them with their owner.
We are looking for a new treasurer to join our team.
Do you know of anyone who lives in Somersham and has experience of keeping accounts for e.g. a small business or school, etc.
The Victory Hall is used by over 400 people every week so plays an important role in the life of the village.
Our committee meets on the second Tuesday evening each month.
If you (or somebody you know) might be interested in volunteering for this worthwhile post, please phone Lesley on 841837 for more details.
There’s still time to get your garden under control for free
Ex-service personnel living in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough can call the Green Aiders to clear their garden this autumn.
The Green Aiders is a free, one-off garden clearance service run by community charity Groundwork Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, and there is still funding for more veterans and their families to benefit from the scheme.
It is funded by The Royal British Legion through its External Grants programme and is available to vulnerable or disabled ex-Service personnel or their spouses, partners, widows/widowers, children or dependants aged 65 plus.
Through a one-off visit, dedicated volunteers led by Groundwork staff make gardens more manageable, safer and more pleasant to spend time in. At the same time, clearing overgrown gardens makes it harder for criminals or fraudsters to identify occupants as potential targets.
Gary’s father James recently benefited from a Green Aiders visit. Gary says: “Dad is happier now – the fact that someone did something for him makes a difference. Green Aiders is the only gardening support that he’s had and they’ve done really well for him. It’s made me feel better, too, as I don’t need to worry – I know it’s under control now.”
Head of Social Policy & Grant Giving at the Legion, Steven Baynes, said: “We’re pleased to have awarded over £43,000 to Groundwork. The grant demonstrates the Legion’s continued commitment to working with other organisations to provide the best support possible to our beneficiaries. It will also enable Groundwork to use its expertise to make a real difference to those veterans struggling with the upkeep of their gardens.”
If you or someone you know could benefit from a Green Aiders visit, contact Groundwork Cambridgeshire & Peterborough on 01480 587141.