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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...
A notice was published this week in the Cambridge Evening News: Dorothy Susan “Dot” Wilson passed peacefully on Monday, 3rd September, 2012, aged 74 years. Much loved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Service will take place on...
Consultation on the Local Plan for Cambridge City Council closes on 27th July 2012. This is an opportunity to influence the decision making of the City Council on where new housing and new services should be located.
The Local Plan is used to guide...
Coton now has ‘superfast broadband’. You can sign up for it through the usual internet providers.
Many thanks again, to all those who worked so hard for the Madlingley exchange to be upgraded early.
Coton Countryside Reserve has organised a community orchard planting on Sunday 11 March from 11am until 3.30pm. Let’s get as many villagers as possible involved to dig holes and plant trees! Meet at the Martin Car Park.
Do you have a stake in the future development of Coton and other West Cambridge villages? Please read the attached draft vision document and get in touch with the Parish Council with your thoughts.West Cambridge Vision
The Public Library housed in the Village College is under review.
People from Comberton and surrounding villages attended a consultation meeting in Comberton Village Hall on 25th May and heard that the County Council will be encouraging greater...
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Solar photovoltaic cells (also called PV cells or panels) generate electricity through harnessing the energy of sunlight. The stronger the sunshine, the more electricity is produced. They provide a green and renewable way of powering the...
Water is a precious resource locally and globally. Rainfall in Cambridge has averaged only 557 mm annually over the last 30 years and Cambridge’s climate is classified as ‘semi-arid’. With the recent spring being the driest in over a century, it...