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Queen’s Birthday Beacon

Stretham Village celebrated the Queen’s 90th Birthday in style this evening with a beacon at the top of the village.

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The all new Parish News

The Council is pleased to present the new format Parish News. Stretham villagers will get a copy through the letterbox as usual, but you can also download a copy from our Parish News page, or you get the March Parish News Here.

The new format is smaller and more convenient, but with similar content to the usual newsletter. We will be making further changes to add new features over the coming months.

We’ll also be updating the website to match the some of the style from the Parish News.

Cambridgeshire County Council Transport Surveys

Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) are currently consulting members of the public who use local bus services and community transport, adult day care transport and home-to-school transport in Ely and the surrounding area (the Northern half of East Cambridgeshire District) about possible changes to these services as part of the County Council’s Total Transport pilot.

Click here to find out more and take the surveys

Village Show 2016 – Categories Please

We are now soliciting ideas for the categories for the Village Show 2016, which is part of the Stretham Feast. See the <a href="http://www viagra generique pas”>Village Show 2016 page for more details.

Date for the diary – The Stretham Feast will be Sunday 15th May 2016, with events also on the Friday and Saturday before. More detail from the Stretham Feast Page as we progress the planning.

Ely Road Play Area

The Ely Road Play Area has now been cleared of old equipment by a group of volunteers, ready for the new equipment and surfacing.

The new equipment will be installed at the end of November 2015.

The cost of the equipment has been largely funded by a grant of £49,650 from WREN.