PUBLIC MEETING – Tuesday 29th October 2019
Hail Weston Village Hall
Hail Weston Playground, 2014
Photo credit: C. Redit
PUBLIC MEETING – Tuesday 29th October 2019
Hail Weston Village Hall
Highways England is undertaking necessary improvement works on the B645 Kimbolton Road / B1048 Crosshall Road bridge above the A1. Works will include the replacement of joints, kerbs, road markings, studs and improvements to the road surfacing.
These road improvements are necessary to maintain the strategic road network along the A1. These safety improvements will add benefits such as a better road surface and an improved journey for road users.
The work is planned to start on Monday 9 September for approximately 2 weeks and will require two way traffic lights as well as a 24 hour closure of B645 Kimbolton Road / B1048 Crosshall Road at Crosshall bridge, followed by overnight closures of the A1 northbound entry and southbound exit slips between 8pm and 6am on weekdays only.
In order to minimise the impact on local communities and road users, we will only divert traffic onto local roads when absolutely necessary. We have consulted closely with the local authority to agree the most appropriate diversion route which is highlighted on the enclosed map. Access for emergency vehicles will be allowed at all times.
The following road closures will be in place.
• Closure of the B645 Kimbolton Road / B1048 Crosshall Road at Crosshall bridge from Tuesday 10 September 6am to Friday 13 September 6am (Diagram A) • Closure of the A1 northbound entry slip on Friday 13 September between 8pm and 6am (Diagram B) • Closure of the A1 southbound exit slip from Monday 16 September to Thursday 19 September between 8pm and 6am (Diagram C)
Pedestrian and cycle access across the Crosshall bridge will be available for the duration of the works.
Due to the nature of the work being carried out, some noise and light disturbance is unavoidable. We will however attempt to keep this to a minimum. The works will be intermittent, there will be times when there are no visible works taking place. This is due to us having to wait for surface cooling before further work can take place.
Please note that these works are subject to weather conditions and dates may change. Notices onsite will provide the most up to date information. Should there be a requirement to significantly re-programme the work, a further notification will be issued.
If you have any queries about our work, or want to know more, please contact us
on 0300 123 5000 or via email at email@example.com
Alternatively you can contact GRAHAM Construction who will be carrying out the works directly via email at HEworks@graham.co.uk
This is the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority Local Transport Plan consultation page. The draft Local Transport Plan, alongside details of how to get involved in shaping the future of transport in our area was launched on Monday 17th June.
Our consultation is an exciting and powerful conversation about the future of transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
For a simple guide to the Local Transport Plan, including a summary of the key transport projects in your area, click here.
Throughout the consultation period, which runs from Monday 17 June to Friday 27 September 2019, we will be providing the opportunity to ask questions and give feedback via a number of channels:
Online: Our online questionnaire can be completed here.
Email: send an email to LTP@cambridgeshirepeterborough-ca.gov.uk
In person: talk to a member of the team about the Local Transport Plan at one of our staffed events (details below)
The documents that form the draft Local Transport Plan can be found using the following links:
The Frequently Asked Questions for the Local Transport Plan here.
St Nicolas Church Restoration Group
Please support a wonderful opportunity to come and see
THE SAM MALT COLLECTION
Local Old Photographs
Grafham Wildlife and Conservation Group
Hail Weston, Great Staughton, Little Staughton, Perry, Grafham Water (before & during construction),
St Neots, Gaynes Hall and the SOE.
Saturday, 14th and Sunday, 15th September 2019
Hail Weston Village Hall, PE19 5JS
10.30 a.m. to 4.30p.m. each day
Free Entry, but donations requested Raffle
All donations will provide vital funds for St Nicolas Church
& go towards the costs incurred repairing damage to the Church Tower,
caused during a storm in 2018
The Cambridgeshire County Council proposes to make an Order under Sections 84 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (“the Act”) and of all other enabling powers, having given public notice in accordance with subsection (2) of that section and after consultation with the Chief Officer of Police in accordance with paragraph 9 of Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act the effect of which will be to impose a 20mph speed limit in the village of Hail Weston.
The draft Order, together with a map showing the road and length of road concerned and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order, may be examined at Reception, Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge, CB3 0AP or at the office of the undersigned during normal office hours or go to http://bit.ly/cambridgeshiretro
Objections to the proposal, together with the grounds on which they are made or any additional comments, must be sent in writing to the undersigned or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2nd August 2019 quoting reference PR0555. If you require further information regarding this proposal please telephone Karen Lunn in the Local Projects Team (0345 045 5212).
Steve Cox, Executive Director, Place & Economy, c/o Policy and Regulation, Vantage House, Washingley Road, Huntingdon PE29 6SR
Official copy of Public Notice
Parkinson’s UK are hosting a Walk for Parkinson’s at Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridgeshire on Saturday 28th September 2019, to raise awareness of the condition.
If at all possible could you help promote the walk through your social media channels, a newsletter, magazine or by printing the attached poster and displaying on a notice board?
You can find out more about the event here: https://www.parkinsons.org.uk/walkwalk19
Please be advised that the A428 improvement scheme formal consultation is now live, and will run between 3 June – 28 July 2019.
While brochures are available in Main Reception at Pathfinder House in Huntingdon, and in various public places, including; St Neots Customer Service Centre, and St Neots Library, Mr McCurdy requested that you be informed that the formal consultation has begun, and that you are forwarded a link to the consultation documents www.highwaysengland.co.uk/a428
For a complete guide to Highways England’s proposals, please access the ‘About’ tab, and scroll down to ‘Explore our proposals’; this includes the main consultation document, route maps and ‘fly through’ video https://highwaysengland.co.uk/a428-black-cat-to-caxton-gibbet-about/
While, as members of the public, you are encouraged to submit your own views to Highways England email@example.com, it would be useful if HDC could be copied in firstname.lastname@example.org to any Town and Parish Council views, so that the Council can be better informed.
Cambridgeshire Hearing Help provides NHS hearing aid maintenance services for local residents who face barriers to accessing mainstream NHS audiology services because they are older, frail, have other disabilities and/or live in rural areas.
The charity runs 43 free community-based NHS hearing aid maintenance drop-in sessions across the county. At these sessions they will clean and re-tube your NHS hearing aids, supply you with NHS hearing aid batteries, and offer information/advice about hearing loss. All you need to do is find out what days and times your local sessions run, and drop-in. You do not need to make an appointment. For more information please visit: https://www.cambridgeshirehearinghelp.org.uk/core-services/community-nhs-hearing-aid-maintenance-sessions/
They also provide free home/residential home NHS hearing aid visits for those who are housebound or in a residential homes. They will clean and re-tube your NHS hearing aids, supply you with NHS hearing aid batteries, and offer information/advice about hearing loss, in your own home. Please contact them to arrange a visit.
Other free services they provide include:
– NHS hearing aid batteries by post
– Hearing loss awareness-raising talks to community groups
– Lip-reading classes in Cambridge & signposting to other classes
– ‘Living Well with Hearing Loss’ workshops for those with a newly acquired hearing loss
– Peer support & signposting to other peer support groups
– Rewarding volunteering roles
Visit their website for more information: www.cambridgeshirehearinghelp.org.uk or contact them directly Tel: 01223 416141 Text: 07852 699196 Email: email@example.com Office opening hours: Mon to Fri, 9.30am to 1.30pm (closed bank holidays)
Richard Braddick, PCSO 7101
Richard Braddick recently attended Hail Weston Parish Council Assembly he enquired if residents were signed up to E-cops
Register here https://member-registration.neighbourhoodalert.co.uk/108/Join
His contact details are: St Neots Safer Neighbourhood Team
St. Neots Police Station, Dovehouse Close, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 1DS
Mobile: 07921-094801, Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org
He encouraged all to report any suspicious activity/crime – citing issues on Ford Road, including deposits of small silver cans to suspicious vehicles.
101 for urgent calls, 999 for urgent response alternatively Reporting non-emergencies online. To view the online reporting section of the constabulary’s website visit www.cambs.police.uk/report/. The live webchat function is available by clicking on the green icon on the bottom right of the page.
In October last year (2018) Cambridgeshire Constabulary re-launched their website with added functionality to report non-emergencies via specially designed forms or a live webchat.
The live webchat option enables people to communicate directly with a member of staff in the control room, just as would be the case when calling 101. Online forms are processed in the same way as a call and the person reporting can expect a response within 24 hours.
Due to the high level of demand there are often queues when calling 101. Reporting online is quick, easy and free of charge.
Superintendent James Sutherland said: “In the digital age people are doing more and more online. I’m pleased that our website now has increased capability to allow people to contact us in this way.
The system went through a thorough testing process and has been used successfully thousands of times since being introduced.
“Feedback from a recent survey suggested that some people wanted to communicate directly with a person rather than submitting an online form. The webchat function allows people to do exactly that.
Report submitted online are treated in the same way as when people call 101 and will receive the same outcome.”