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St Mary's Church, Buckden

Come and enjoy an evening talk all about Swifts -
The Sound Of an English Summer

by Dick Newell

Friday 1st April 7.30pm

£5 per person, including a complimentary glass of wine

Our MP, Jonathan Djanogly, writes about Hinchingbrooke Hospital, the risk of a merger with Peterborough and asks people to sign his petition:

Protecting our hospital

Earlier this year Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust and Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust announced a collaborative working agreement between the two Trusts.

Lisa Jablonska , Elections and Democratic Services Manager, Huntingdonshire District Council is seeking people to canvass properties who have not responded to forms asking who is resident in the property. For more info:

The outline planning application for 180 houses off Luck’s Lane submitted by Gladman’s has been received by HDC, and stakeholders, including residents of Buckden, can comment on the proposals. It would be very helpful for the Huntingdonshire District Council to hear your views when they are making their decision. Please note that comments will not be confidential.

Buckden Parish Council has received notice of a speculative outline planning application to build approximately 180 new homes adjacent to Buckden.

It is proposed that the estate would be built in the fields behind The Osiers and Springfield Close, with the access in Lucks Lane just after the Springfield Close junction.

Kids' summer football and multi-sports fun days in the summer holidays. More information:

Owing to problems at the printer, the delivery of the April 2016 edition of the Buckden Roundabout will be delayed by a few days.

The East Anglian Film Archive is organising a free event at Buckden library to show material from the film archives about the region.

St Neots Timebank will hold a coffee morning Sat 2nd April 11:30am - 1:30pm, St Mary's Curch Hall, Church Walk.

In October the Care Quality Commission will inspect Hinchingbrooke Healthcare NHS Trust. Prior to the inspection the CQC inspection team are really keen to hear from people who have used the services at the Trust. A public listening event will be held on Tuesday 20th October to give people the opportunity to share their experiences with the inspection team  – please see the attached poster for more details.


The independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers is reminding the residents across Cambridgeshire to be aware of doorstep crime during the long days of summer and autumn and to report any suspicious activity.

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