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Green bin collections suspended

Green bin collections suspended

News release Thursday 19 February 2020 Green bin collections suspended Green bin collections across Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire will not take place between Monday 23 March and Monday 4 May.   The Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service,...
Launch of Coton Network

Launch of Coton Network

Coronavirus has reminded us that we’ve been thinking for some time of setting up a village network to help each other out if we run out of essentials or if we’re ill. If your usual network of friends and relatives isn’t available, please ask the...
Busway Protest March 8 February 2020

Busway Protest March 8 February 2020

Saturday 8 February 10.30am Meet at Junction of Wilberforce Road and Adams Road at the end of the Coton Footpath. The march will end in the centre of town in the Market Square. OR Meet other marchers at 10.45am at the junction of Queen’s Road...
Coton loves Pollinators – in the beginning

Coton loves Pollinators – in the beginning

  Coton Loves Pollinators is a grassroots project which was set up by a group of Coton residents to enhance the village of Coton and the 300 acres of the Coton Countryside Reserve for pollinators. Coton Loves Pollinators is working with a range...
How the Busway will affect Coton village

How the Busway will affect Coton village

Here are some “before” and “after” photographs of the landscape around Coton which will be affected by the current Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) plans to build an off-road busway next to the village.
New Playground on the Rec

New Playground on the Rec

We really need your help! Your Parish Council is applying for a grant for new equipment for the playground on the Rec. This is a suggested new layout (a big picture of this scheme can be seen on the Parish Council noticeboard opposite the Village Hall). Please...
Petition to Sign

Petition to Sign

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’s...
Busway meetings in Coton Village Hall

Busway meetings in Coton Village Hall

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 NOW to the City Deal

Write NOW to the City Deal

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): lewis.herbert@cambridge.gov.uk Francis...
City plans to close roads will increase traffic through Coton

City plans to close roads will increase traffic through Coton

The Citydeal plans increase traffic through Coton   The City Deal plans to close The Backs (Queens Road) and Grange Road to through traffic at peak times.  This will force the north-south traffic through Cambridge along the M11 and through Coton....
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