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:

Church Services Update

Following the relaxation of the lockdown requirements we are making a gradual and cautious approach to restarting services in church buildings. The main mid-morning gathering will continue in the ZOOM Chapel for the next 3 Sundays (Until 19th July) at 10.00am; as will the telephone based service at 11.15am. We will also be holding some church based services in July. Morning Prayer ZOOM Chapel - Mondays to Saturdays 8.15am. Compline ZOOM Chapel – Thursdays 9.00pm. Team Sunday services ZOOM Chapel - 10.00am. Telephone-based services at 11.15am. Services in church buildings                                         July 12th 2020 Bourn – Holy Communion at 8.30am Boxworth – Holy Communion at 8.30am Elsworth – Evening Prayer at 6.00pm Please also look on the church page of the website for opening times for private prayer. Please look for the guidance notes as you enter to ensure safe use of the building in these times. There is a new letter from Revd Nigel di Castiglione on the letters page - Taking ourselves seriously  Women's study group via Zoom next meeting on Friday 10th July  at 10.30am for prayer, bible study and encouragement  
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Roadworks – Caxton Road, Bourn to Bourn Road Caxton 3 – 5 August 2020

working hours 8am to 5pm with 2 & 3 way traffic lights for 24 hours for installation of electric cabling. Some diversions may be in place
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Covid-19: NHS Test and Trace in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

A new guide to the NHS Test and Trace service is now available. This describes the model being used to contain and control the virus.  Please click here to view or download it.
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Vintage tractor road run 12 July

The largest vintage tractor parade in 20 years will be passing through Bourn on Sunday 12 July. Organised by Ray Parcel, it will feature dozens of vintage tractors as it passes through local villages, starting in Caldecote at 10:40am and finishing in Bourn around 2:50pm. Donations in aid of the NHS can be given to passing marshals. See the route and further details in events.
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Old North Road, Bourn (A1198) road resurfacing

Cambridgeshire County Council are going to be carrying out resurfacing works on Old North Road, Bourn (A1198) on 10th and 13th July, which include replacing damaged signs, reinstating road marking and studs. These works will be carried out between the hours of 1900 -0600, with a diversion route in place for any through traffic. Diversion Route: B1046, B1040, A428, A1198 and vice versa.
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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.

12.07.2020

Vintage tractor parade

Come and watch a parade of vintage tractors passing through Bourn on Sunday 12 July. Details below.  
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14.07.2020

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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14.07.2020

Bourn Gaming Club

Due to Covid-19, we are currently not running gaming evenings at our normal home, the Jubilee Recreation Ground Pavilion. Instead,…
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15.07.2020

Bourn Parish Council meeting

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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.

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Local Government

Anthony Brown M.P.

Member of House of Commons

Conservative Party

Anthony Browne was elected MP for South Cambridgeshire in the 2019 General Election.

See further details for Anthony’s work on his website page

Anthony can be emailed at [email protected]

Constituency office:

Broadway House, 149-151 St Neots Road, Hardwick CB23 7QJ

T: 01954 211 444

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 [email protected]

 

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 [email protected]