Bourn, Cambridgeshire

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Welcome to our village

Welcome to the new Bourn Parish website, and thank you for visiting! Take a look around to learn about the village, its history, and what’s coming up in Bourn in the coming weeks and months.

Village noticeboard:

Apply for up to £1,000 from the Community Chest Grant

If you’re a voluntary or community group wishing to improve the quality of life in South Cambridgeshire this might be for you. These are small grants of up to £1,000 for one-off costs relating to a project or activity and are available now. They are likely to be snapped up quite quickly so do apply soon.  See here to make an application.

 

Could you be a Parish Councillor?

Bourn Parish Council currently has vacancies for two Parish Councillors. If you’re looking for an opportunity to serve the village and use your skills and experience to support the parish council in its work please email the Parish Clerk for details.

 

A428 Expansion

Highways England are proposing to improve journeys between Milton Keynes and Cambridge with a new 10 mile dual carriageway between the Black Cat roundabout and Caxton Gibbet junction. They’re also creating and improving a number of junctions including a new three tier junction at Black Cat roundabout, which will allow traffic to flow freely on.

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Upcoming Events

We’re happy to live in an exciting and vibrant community. Below is a selection of upcoming events taking place in Bourn. Alternatively, view all upcoming events in the Calendar, or submit your own event.

14.12.2019

Mulled wine and mince pies in the Great Barn

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17.12.2019

Tuesday Coffee Club

Originally set up for the residents of the Sheltered Housing community nowadays it is open to any residents of the…
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17.12.2019

Bourn Gaming Club

Join us to play board games, wargaming and role-playing games every Tuesday evening at the sports pavilion.
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21.12.2019

Village Christmas Carols

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The Parish Council

The Parish Council is the first stage in the democratic process, and aims to care for all the affairs of the Parish and ensure that at all times, statutory requirements are met.

In order to do this, close liaison is maintained with the rest of the local authorities, South Cambridgeshire District and Cambridgeshire County Council, the Environment Agency, Cambridgeshire Constabulary, and so on.

Agendas for forthcoming meetings are published here and displayed on the Parish noticeboards no later than three working days before each meeting to comply with current law.

Visit Parish Council page

Next meeting:

Date:
15.01.2020
Time:
19:30
Location:
Bourn Village Hall, Short Street, Bourn
Cambridge, CB23 2SG United Kingdom
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Local Government

To be determined!

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While the General Election period is in progress, South Cambridgeshire technically does not have a sitting MP. This section will be updated following the results of the General Election on 12 December.

Cllr. Tumi Hawkins

South Cambridgeshire District Councillor

Liberal Democrat party

Tumi represents the Caldecote ward which includes Bourn parish along with the parishes of Caldecote, Childerley, Kingston, Little Gransden and Longstowe.

See further details for Tumi’s role at South Cambs website page

Tumi can be emailed at cllr.hawkins@scambs.gov.uk

 

Cllr. Mark Howell

Cambridgeshire County Councillor

Conservative party

Mark represents the Cambourne division within the county of Cambridgeshire, which includes Bourn.

See here for further details about Mark’s role and interests.

Mark can be emailed at mark.howell@cambridgeshire.gov.uk