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:

Have you heard more aircraft noise recently?

Many of you will have noticed an increase in passenger jets flying over Bourn over the last few months. We...
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Cambridge & Peterborough Combined Authority – Have Your Say!

Cambridge and Peterborough Combined Authority are developing a renewed plan for better transport in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. The Local Transport and...
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Road Closure from 25th April – Caxton Road, Bourn

A road closure order has been approved by Cambridgeshire County Council which is to stop any vehicle from proceeding along...
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Bourn Platinum Jubilee Festival update

“Well is Spring here or not? I seem to remember a beast from the east, hopefully we will not get...
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Bourn Sports Club Summer Term 2022

With Emma Gallacher, LTA coach level 2   This course is aimed at improver-level tennis players, not new to the...
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Tennis Open Day

At Bourn Sports Club Jubilee Recreation Ground, Alms Hill, Bourn, CB23 2SH   All ages and abilities welcome, including complete...
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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.

24 May 2022

Tuesday Coffee Club

All South Cambridgeshire District Council's Sheltered Housing Communal Halls have been closed until further notice due to the Covid-19 pandemic.…
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24 May 2022

Tuesday Coffee Club

All South Cambridgeshire District Council's Sheltered Housing Communal Halls were closed until further notice due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This…
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31 May 2022

Tuesday Coffee Club

All South Cambridgeshire District Council's Sheltered Housing Communal Halls were closed until further notice due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This…
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07 June 2022

Tuesday Coffee Club

All South Cambridgeshire District Council's Sheltered Housing Communal Halls were closed until further notice due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This…
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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:
15.06.2022
Time:
19:30
Location:
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Local Government

Anthony Browne MP

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 anthony.browne.mp@parliament.uk

 

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

Cllr Tumi Hawkins 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

Cllr Mark Howell 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