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Closes March 6th
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF COTON VILLAGE HALL
Tuesday 3 February 2015 at 7.30PM
COTON VILLAGE HALL, 56 HIGH STREET, COTON, CAMBRIDGE CB23 7PL
Approval of the AGM Minutes of 17 February 2014
Cambridgeshire County Council has provided contact details for who to call in a flood emergency, along with information on riparian owner responsibilities for those living next to watercourses.
The County Council strongly believes that this will help...
We have been informed by the Cambridgeshire County Council that Brasely Bridge in Granchester is going to be replaced.
Mill Way (the main route through Granchester) is going to be closed to vehicles from 2nd February for 24 weeks until July/August...
We recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Coton Countryside Reserve. It is time to review the master plan for the site as we consider further enhancements benefiting farming operations, wildlife as well as visitors to the Reserve. In late January...
Coton residents meeting to discuss changes to village streetlights. 23rd September, 5pm to 7pm, Village Hall
The police have reported two thefts recently from cars parked in the Martin Car Park in the Coton Countryside Reserve on Wheatcases Road out of Coton. This car park seems to be vulnerable to thefts at the moment – if any walkers or cyclists see...
What is CFT?
Cambridgeshire Future Transport (CFT) is a programme that is working with communities to design local transport solutions.
Transport solutions will be applied in all areas across Cambridgeshire that receive bus subsidies from the Council.
District Councillor Francis Burkitt has organised a group to produce this handy map of local footpaths.
You can view and print out a copy here:
PDF of local footpaths
Girlguiding Toft District is calling on residents of the Coton area to give some time to allow local girls and young women to enjoy a wide range of exciting activities, as well as acquire new skills and experiences themselves.
Coton Brownies are on...