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Together with Save the West Fields, the Coton Busway Action Group is organising a protest march on
Saturday 17 December at 11.30am
Meet on the Backs at the junction of Garret Hostel Lane and Queen’s Road.
Details and a map are available...
There are a wide range of transport projects proposed for Cambridge and the surrounding area under the City Deal. However, many of them have faced widespread opposition as they are not innovative enough to solve congestion and be truly sustainable.
Coton Parish Council is hosting two meetings
for Coton residents in the Village Hall
please come to one
Wednesday 2 November 2pm – 3.30pm
Friday 4 November 7pm – 9pm
To hear the latest on the City Deal proposals
To share your views on how it will...
Write to the Executive Board members of the City Deal before the City Deal board meeting on Thursday 13 October to protest against the proposed route for the Cambourne to Cambridge busway:
Lewis Herbert (Cambridge City Council): firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF COTON VILLAGE HALL
Tuesday 26 January 2016 at 7.00pm
COTON VILLAGE HALL, 56 HIGH STREET, COTON, CAMBRIDGE CB23 7PL
Approval of the AGM Minutes of 3 February 2015
Presentation of Directors’...
At half term we showed the animation Song of the Sea. The children who came were invited to write a review or create a picture inspired by the film. Here are the entries:
A review written by Livia Lucato Hadeler, age 8
Drawing by Livia Lucato Hadeler,...
The west ramp up to the M11 bridge has subsided, causing a substantial drop at the point where it joins the horizontal section. This is potentially very dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians, especially at night, as the footpath is unlit.
If you missed your chance to sign the paper petition in Coton in July, you can still sign the Online Petition at:
Save our West Fields Petition
The ‘West Fields’ of Cambridge occupy a large open area of farmland between the back...
We’ve received word that the area around Pendrick Close and the field may harbour dangers for pets: one cat has just had two days in intensive care, another cat was found dead recently, and two dogs in the street have been violently ill this week...