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JUNE 2010


Editors:               David and Monica Lilley



Distribution:       Tony Court                     

                                                                                                                  Hilary Rule            


All contributions please to 8 Brookhampton Street. 

Deadline for next Edition –  12th June 2010



Refuse Collections during June

Tuesday      1st June             -        Black bin collection

Monday         7th  June             -        Green Bin & boxes (papers, bottles, tins & plastic)

Monday       14th  June             -        Black bin collection

Monday       21st  June             -        Green Bin & boxes (papers, bottles, tins & plastic)

Monday       28th  June             -        Black bin collection

Please note Tuesday collection due to Bank Holidays

Bins and boxes must be placed out by 7.00 a.m. on your designated day of collection.


Annual General Meeting of Parish Council Meeting on 19th May.  Terry Sadler was elected Chairman for the forthcoming year, with Lewis Duke being elected as Vice Chairman.  The new Chairman wished to pay tribute to Robin Driver for his substantial contribution as Chairman over the years to the Parish Council.

Parish Council Meeting 19th May - Some of the items discussed:

Planning application(s) received from SCDC: Tim Pavelin declared an interest in the following application.   S/0595/10/F – Dwelling – Land to the north-west 27 Frogge Street + AmendmentRevisions to design of front boundary wall, inc; reduction in height by 4 brick courses and a splay adjacent to the neighbour.

The Councillors discussed the plans including the amendment, which had been received today.  The Chairman also invited Hilary Wentzell (neighbour) to state her views.  After discussion, it was agreed the Parish Council would approve the plans but with the following points made:

S/0477/10/4 – Roof light – 9 Brookhampton Street - Approve

S/0572/10/F – Removal of agricultural occupancy condition of planning permission SC/0222/60/F – 33 Church Street  Approve

Jane Hurst declared an interest in the next planning application and left the room.

S/0542/10/F – Extensions & Alterations – 36 Abbey Street – Approve

Jane Hurst rejoined the meeting.

Bird scarers - There has been some disturbance from bird scarers, but we understand the problem has been resolved.  If there are any further occurrences, please report them to the Parish Clerk.


Land adj. Stump Cross – Mr Clive Onslow had lodged a Notice of Appeal with Essex County Council and we are invited to respond by 16th July 2010.  It was agreed that we would respond and Lewis Duke would draft a letter.                                              

The Environment Agency had sent various documents and had held a meeting (Mike Bodell and Anthony Clayton) this week with Mr Clive Onslow and Douglas Synes.   An E-mail had been received from the Environment Agency (which had been circulated) outlining the details.  This situation is still to be closely monitored.

Drain top of Mill Lane – Nothing further had been heard from Network Rail.  The Clerk will make contact before the next meeting and report back.                                 

Abbey Street opp. Methodist Chapel – CCC Highways reported that this project is currently on hold.  Their budget is currently allocated to roadway patching and pothole repairs (plus a little for emergencies such as jetting etc). This item to remain on the Agenda.





Abbey Street/Butcher’s Hill - CCC Highways had written to Mr J Gildersleeve (Caldrees Manor) seeking permission to jet the storm drainage system, which crosses his property.

Grass cutting of protected grass verges by Countryside Services Team:  Peter Wombwell and the Clerk had contacted CCC regarding the cutting of the protected grass verges on April 30th.  We had understood that the cutting would take place in the autumn and not the spring.  It is now understood that the Countryside Services Team were going to undertake another survey.  It was agreed to write a letter asking them to let us know when the cutting schedules are planned in the future.   

Other items of interest:

Cambridge Lawn Tennis – Half term Tennis Camp 31st May – 4th June.  For more information telephone (01223 312500 or e-mail info@cambridgeltc.com or visit the website www.cambridgeltc.com

NHS/Addenbrooke’s Hospital is currently looking at new ways that their Governors can engage with the public.  Anyone wishing to speak to a Governor should make contact by telephoning: (01223 256256 or e-mail: foundation.trust@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Cambridge Trading Standards Service is carrying out a survey amongst the residents of Cambridgeshire to identify what they would like Trading Standards to focus on in their local area and to identify any particular trading issues affecting residents.  The survey can be found at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/consumer                                    Jocelyn Flitton – Parish Clerk




Priest-in-Charge            Rev Dr Jessica Martin           (01223 832137

                                      Email address                        hinkledux@googlemail.com

Churchwardens            Simon Casement                   

                                      Rosemary McKillen                

Prayer Ministry              Jackie Casement                   

Lay Ministers                Julie Baillie                    

                                      Judith Wright                          


Services for June

            Thursday 3rd

 11.30 a.m. Holy Communion





              Sunday 6th

  8.00 a.m. Holy Communion (BCP)


          1st after Trinity             

10.00 a.m. Parish Eucharist with Sunday  School



  6.30 p.m. Evening Prayer





            Thursday 10th

11.30 a.m. Holy Communion





              Sunday 13th

  8.00 a.m. Holy Communion


           2nd after Trinity

10.00 a.m. Parish Eucharist Duxford



  6.30 p.m. Evensong





           Thursday 17th 

 11.30 a.m. Holy Communion





               Sunday 20th

   8.00 a.m. Holy Communion BCP


            3rd after Trinity     

 10.00 a.m. Parish Eucharist



   6.30 p.m. Evening Prayer with Laying on of Hands





           Thursday 24th

 11.30 a.m. Holy Communion





               Sunday 27th

   8.00 a.m. Holy Communion (BCP)


            4th after Trinity   

 10.00 a.m. Patronal Songs of Praise



   6.30 p.m. Evensong (BCP)




On Sunday 25th July we will celebrate our annual Patronal Festival by having a ‘Songs of Praise’ service. There will be a clip board in Ickleton Church, where you can choose your favourite hymn, and on the night, we would love it if you would like to share the reason for your choice with us.              Judith Wright






It’s beginning to be possible to imagine the summer.  Even though the weather seems to veer from May back to February and then forward again, everywhere there seems to be the extraordinary beauty and promise of late spring – apple blossom showing last of all of the blossoming trees, the elusive, incense-like smell of wisteria, irises beginning to come into bloom, fields of buttercups, and bluebells, in their glory as I write. In church we’re beginning to think about the patronal festival in July, and the service that will go with it – a ‘Songs of Praise’ where anyone who’d like to can choose a hymn and explain why it’s important to them.  And in the Sunday School the children are turning their curiosity and their compassion outwards to the wider world.  Gordon Woolhouse told them about the work of Traidcraft, and they made the most amazing chocolatey brownies (and some brilliant flapjacks) with the fairly traded goods they had by them.  And we’re planning to support schools in rural Ethiopia through a local charity, the Jean Grove Trust, so as to get some idea of what life is like for these children who battle gallantly with shortages and hardships, with heavy loads of adult responsibility, with hunger and poverty and slender chances.  It gives us some sense of how our own little corner of the world joins up with the whole wide rest of it, which is important. We hope that as we and our children thrive and flourish in the unfolding summer, we can also help other people to thrive a little more in other parts of our beautiful world.                                                                                                                                                                               Rev Dr Jessica Martin


DOT BIRD 1914 – 2010

Francis would like to thank everyone for the lovely cards and letters when Dot passed away. Thanks for all the kind offers of help, which was a great comfort at this time.

Also, I would like to thank the girls from Care Plus who cared for Dot so well before she went into Home Close Nursing Home.

Dot passed away 8th May. The service was in West Chapel on 21st May.                                  Francis Bird



We plan to have an arts and crafts display in the church on the afternoon of the fete. This will include patchwork quilts, paintings by several local artists, photographs, flower arrangements and other craft work, including an extended version of last year’s knitted village!

If you have any art and craft work you would like to display, or appropriate items to sell, please get in touch.  Also please contact us if you know of anyone we should contact to add to the display.

There is another way in which you can help.  We want to draw up a rota of stewards to help us protect exhibits lent to us for the event and we would be grateful for volunteers who could spare half an hour during the afternoon.                                                                          John and Christina Taylor

                                                                                                             email jandc.taylor@bitinternet.com



Although we have been offered a few items for this year’s silent auction, PLEASE, PLEASE can we have MORE so that we can make it as successful as last year when, due to your generosity, there were some amazing bargains to be had and the bidding was fast and furious.

So, just to remind you, we are appealing for good quality items – things which you may not be able to use any more, for instance, but which someone else would really like to have.

Please have a hunt round and see what you can find for the auction.

If necessary, we can come and collect your contributions - and it would be helpful to have them before the fête so that we can mark them up with reserve prices.

Thank you very much, in advance, for your support. And thanks again to all of you who made last year’s auction such a success, either by giving us goods or by bidding for them.

Rosemary and Colin Hayes, Durham’s Farmhouse, Butcher’s Hill




I know of many new families that have moved into the village since the last village photo (which you can see in the meeting room of the village hall).

Everyone who lives in Ickleton is invited.

The plan is simple – you need to phone me and pre-order your photo.  It will be about £20 – then on fete day, 26th June, turn up to the rec at 1.30 p.m. The seating will have been set up for you and it didn’t take long last time – I will deliver your photos shortly afterwards – so bring your best smile!  I need to pre sell 38 photos for the photographer to come free of charge.                            Anne-Marie Hoare






As you’ll have seen from the advert in the last Icene, plans are well advanced for the summer fete. The stalls are different from last year and with the Arts and Crafts in the Church there is a lot going on. There will be some additional stalls to normal (not all listed) and some of the usual ones which, as ever, need your support as you’ll see from the list below.

Books: Judy Holt is collecting your first editions or just your well-thumbed paper backs!

Bottle stall: Any donations to Neil McKillen who’s promised not to drink them beforehand.

Cakes and home produce: Homemade produce like cakes, biscuits, jams and chutneys is gold-dust for the fete so if you have some let Catherine Cocks know.

CDs, DVDs and computer games: Mandy Jeffrey is collecting these and she’s had a great eclectic selection of items in the past so keep them coming.

Plants: Cali Holberry is collecting plants (and you can leave them on her lawn) but please try to label them.  3 Bird’s Close.

Silent auction: Rosemary and Colin Hayes are on the look-out for quality items for this very successful event.

Tombola: Cynthia Rule would like to receive items in advance of the fete.

The grand raffle: Tickets available from Neil and Rosemary McKillen.

Teas: Courtesy of the Ickleton Society – contact Sheila Birch to provide help on the day or just yummy cakes!

Unused gifts: You know those presents you’ve been given and never used – well here is your chance to get rid of them! Contact Mary Woolhouse.

Toys and puzzles: Always popular so please bring them along or contact Sarah Mila.

Arts and Crafts in the church: we need volunteers to help steward the event so please contact John and Christina Taylor.


Items for any of the stalls can be dropped off on the morning of the fete or by arrangement with the stall holder in advance.


Other important events

There will also be:

Pet show (weather permitting) and no cats please – contact Hilary Rule

Flower arranging competition – contact John and Christina Taylor – have your entries to the Church before 3.00 p.m. on the day of the fete.

an inflatable assault course                           a coconut shy,

a Wellie-boot throwing competition,      fencing and trampolining demonstrations,

a penalty shoot-out,                                      ride-ons for the little ones,

an eco-stall covering recycling and sustainability,

Traidcraft products and information,      a picnic stall,

a display of the village archive.




Your fete needs you!

If you want to help at the fete please either make contact directly with a stall holder or contact me (Keena McKillen) as we’ll certainly be able to find you something to do.


Fancy being a Sponsor?

We’ve been very lucky to have generous sponsors in previous years and this year the sponsorship will be even more obvious as we’re putting signs on sponsored activities. So, for example, if you want to demonstrate your feelings for a partner why not sponsor the coconut shy with a sign saying ‘Darling, you’re a smasher!’ Alternatively, we can put pictures on the coconuts!



For any other information contact:

Keena McKillen  email keena.mckillen@ntlworld.com

John and Christina Taylor  email jandc.taylor@btinternet.com

Anne-Marie Hoare  email anniehoare@talktalk.net
















Don’t forget the Safari Supper on Saturday 12th June; just a few tickets are left at the beginning of June, so book when you read this if you haven’t already got a ticket.  We look forward to seeing you at the village hall at 7.00 p.m. to find your core group, route plan and buy wine.

Contact Caroline, Jackie  or Mandy.



At the AGM on 5th May, Lawrence Wragg stepped down after 29 years as a member of the Committee.  Lawrence was the Society’s first chairman from 1981 when the Society was formed, primarily to stop the first expansion of Stansted airport, until 1999.  As a token of appreciation for all his work for the Society and for Ickleton over the years, the Society gave Lawrence a gift of wine.  Clare Driver was voted on to the Committee.  We welcome Clare who, we’re sure, will be a great addition to the Committee. 

After the AGM and wine and refreshments, 20 members enjoyed a fascinating talk – or rather a highly compelling rendition – by Mike Petty about the 1947 floods in the Fens.  Mike is, of course, a well known local historian and his telling of those terrible events really brought them to life.  To illustrate his talk, Mike gave us a slide show of dramatic photographs all taken at the time by one man, Walter Martin Lane of Ely, who subsequently donated them to the Cambridgeshire Collection.          Rachel Radford



Although I have lived in Ickleton most of my life my work took me overseas and to London, making it really difficult for me to take part in many village activities.  Since I happily stopped commuting and started my business in the village Iast year I have been on the lookout for something I could get more involved in to give back something to the village I love.  A chance email from one of my family has led to me becoming the new Committee member for the Ickleton Society. 

The strangest thing is I am not even a member and looking at the list of members I am pretty sure most people reading this are not either.  I was not sure what the Society actually did, so I was really amazed to see that as well as looking after and expanding the village archives including wonderful photos they also act on the behalf of the village in seeking to preserve things by being involved in planning issues such as Hanley Grange, Stansted and Linton Wind Farm.  In addition to this they organise social events and talks of interest with refreshments provided- all either free or at a small cost to the members.  You can keep up to date on the village website http://www.ickletonvillage.co.uk/

Whether you are new to the Village or your family have been here for generations I would urge you to support this society which is preserving the past of the village and looking out for its future. It is really easy to become a member to support the group even if you don’t want to actively take part in things, although I will be trying to tempt you out to some of the socials. I would love to invite those individuals and families who like me have not yet become members to get in touch with Rachel rachel@fern-cott.freeserve.co.uk.  It’s £12 for families and £5 for an individual and really great value.

Call me if you do not have access to the internet but want more information or want me to come round.                                                                                                                      Clare Driver



Our May meeting was one of pure nostalgia. We were taken back to the days of our youth with wonderful film clips taken from the days of Bing Crosby, Nelson Eddy, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Judy Garland,  Doris Day and many more, and we knew the words to the songs!

On July 12th at 2.30 p.m. there will be cream teas in the President Evelyn Lilley’s garden in aid of Marie Curie and W I Funds (open to all).

On June 16th the speaker Enid Ashpole’s subject is Costume Jewellery and Brooch Clips.

The competition is your favourite brooch. Please note this will be held in Great Chesterford Chapel and not in Hinxton as advertised.                                                                                            Cynthia Rule



On Sunday 9th May we were lucky enough to have a wonderful trio come to the village and perform a selection of classical music. I went by chance and I am no music buff and have only just recently started listening to Classic FM.  The ladies - Susanna, Judith and Julia - spoke of the instruments (one was over 500 years old and cost more than my house).  They told us about the composers with great passion and played so beautifully.  I am not sure how we manage to get these fantastic performers coming to our little village, but I would encourage anyone to go next time as it was truly a gorgeous afternoon.  It is also amazing value as for £5 we were entertained for two hours by world class musicians, and then had cups of tea and delicious cakes served by Pam, Jos and lots of other volunteers.  Thank you to everyone involved in organising this.                                                                                                           Clare Driver






The date this year for the Christmas Spectacular Show at Thursford is Wednesday November 24th for the afternoon performance. I know this is a long way ahead but I am taking bookings now.

If you would like tickets could you please let me know.                                          Betty Willmott



50th Anniversary Celebrations

As part of the school’s 50th Anniversary year we have some exciting events planned for this summer.

Open Day for All - Friday 18thJune

The school will be open during the day from 10.00 -11.00 a.m. and 1.30 - 2.30 p.m. for anyone to come and see school life in 2010 and also to look back on the last 50 years!

Anniversary Fête - Saturday 19thJune 1.00 - 4.00 p.m.

Come and join in the fun; Grand Prize Raffle; trampoline and gym displays; Morris dancing; jazz band; steel band; large vehicle display; face painting; traditional stalls and activities;  beer tent; barbeque,  as well as afternoon teas and homemade cakes served in the marquee. followed by:

Grand Opening of our 50th Anniversary Garden at 4.00 p.m.

After the garden opening the celebrations will continue with live music and food available until the early evening.  We will be welcoming back current and past pupils and their families, current and past staff and governors, as well as everyone from the local community.

We would be thrilled if you could come and join our celebrations.



Over the past few months the practice has been making a number of changes as part of an ongoing process to improve the service offered to the community.

The priorities for the practice in making these changes include:

1.      Improving urgent access for patients who need to be seen on the day

2.      Managing patients with long-term health conditions to ensure planned care is delivered by the multi-disciplinary team working together with the patient

3.      Making appointments available for patients who wish to book in advance (up to 4 weeks)

4.      Matching patients with the most appropriate clinician in the first instance, so that the clinical resources in the Practice are used effectively

5.      Improving the effectiveness of doctors’ appointments so that an appropriate amount of time can be spent with patients especially on planned follow-up appointments

A key part of the changes has been the introduction of the Rapid Access Clinic to assist with ‘on the day’ appointments for urgent medical problems.  Now that the system has been running for a few months, we have recognised that there are some medical conditions for which an appointment with the Rapid Access Team can be made by our reception team.  For other conditions we have established a system whereby a member of the Rapid Access Team will telephone you to make an initial assessment of your medical condition and, in discussion with you, the most appropriate action will be decided.

In order to assist our reception team in directing your request it can, therefore, be of considerable help if you are able to indicate the general nature of your condition during your initial contact with the surgery.  Our reception staff are fully aware of the importance of patient confidentiality, however, you are not obliged to divulge information if you prefer not to; we will still try our best to offer the most appropriate service.

We hope that the changes to our systems will lead to better access to the most appropriate medical care for all our community; including both rapid access urgent care and more routine consultations which can be booked in advance. We are always pleased to learn of your experience, and any comments about how we may further improve our services can be sent to either Gerard Newnham or Jenny Parker.  Alternatively we have a comments box in reception.           The Doctors at Sawston Medical Practice



Improve core strength, flexibility, improve posture and strengthen your back.  Please book Pilates in advance.  Group sessions as below or 1-1.
At Ickleton Village Hall: Monday 8.00-9.00 p.m. for Beginners, Friday 11.00 a.m.-12 noon  Mixed Ability.
At Duxford School: Thursday 8.00-9.00 p.m. for Improvers
Body Conditioning
Aerobics (without running around the room), toning tums and bums using weights and bands.  Just turn up on Thursday, 7.00-8.00 p.m. at Duxford School
Chair Dance
This is the latest craze to hit the keep fit industry, burlesque style.  Please book your chair.  Monday, 7th June 6.45 p.m. at Ickleton Village Hall. 
For more information contact Disa Bennett disa_bennett@hotmail.com
(01223 729604 or facebook
Register of Exercise Professionals






The meeting held on 5th May was well attended and enjoyed. The speaker George Thorpe, Head Gardener at Trinity College, Cambridge, took us on a tour of famous Chinese gardens he had visited, showing how they used unusual shaped rocks as part of their garden architecture, as well as the pagodas.  The use of flowers all familiar to us was a surprise!

A reminder of the visit to Ickleton allotments and Rectory Farm on 9th June at 6.30 p.m. was given, also Peter Beale’s Nursery on June 18th and Madingley Hall Gardens on July 1st at 6.30 p.m.

Schedules are now available for the Mini Flower Show on 7th July.

Ten Littlebury Gardens will be open on 13th June from 2.00 - 5.00 p.m. Admission £3.00.

The next meeting on June 2nd will be a talk on Herbaceous Borders by a member from RHS Gardens, Hyde Hall. Competition: one rose. Visitors welcome.                                             

Cynthia Rule



Hinxton Village Fete will take place on Saturday 12TH June at 2.00 p.m. at Hinxton Village Hall/Recreation Ground. There will be a raffle, books, plants, Hinxton home-made stall, and much more, including men’s flower arranging competition!                                                                                                          

Ros Smith



The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge - Saturday 26th June, St John’s Church, Duxford.

This is an exciting opportunity to see and hear this world famous choir in the beautiful surroundings of St John’s Church, Duxford. Three years ago this wonderful choir enthralled a packed St John’s with an hour of choral music on a summer evening, and we are lucky to have that opportunity again this summer. 

The Choir has a worldwide reputation. As well as its primary task of leading chapel services, Clare College Choir gives frequent concerts, both in the United Kingdom and abroad. It has toured throughout Western and Eastern Europe, the United States of America, Russia, and the Middle and Far East, frequently performs in Britain’s major concert halls with many of the UK’s leading orchestras, and regularly contributes to the Choral Evensong broadcasts on BBC Radio 3. Under the direction of Timothy Brown it has become world-renowned for the range and flexibility of its choral sound, and for its broad repertoire.

In 2000 it became the first mixed-voice choir from Cambridge or Oxford to perform at the BBC Proms, singing Bach’s St John Passion, and made a further appearance at the Proms in 2003, in a performance of Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ with the Monteverdi Choir. In July 2009, the choir was one of the choirs performing in a BBC Proms concert to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the founding of Cambridge University. Last December, it performed in a gala celebration of the same milestone, at Gotham Hall, on Broadway, New York City.

Timothy Brown has been Director of Music at Clare College, Cambridge, since 1979. He began his musical career as a chorister at Westminster Abbey, became a member of King's College Choir, Cambridge, under the legendary Sir David Willcocks, and spent some years as a professional counter-tenor, including a spell as a founding member of The Scholars Vocal Ensemble. His work with the choir of Clare College, Cambridge, and with his professional chorus English Voices (of which he is the founder/director) has earned him an international reputation as a choral director, renowned both for his attention to technical detail and for the breadth of his musical interpretations. This concert at St John’s Church, Duxford will be among Tim’s last with the choir in the UK, after 31 years as Director of Music. Classic FM has said of him, “The sweeping energy and rich detail of Tim Brown’s interpretation draw out the best from his young singers”.

The concert begins at 7.00 p.m. and the bar will be open from 6.15 p.m. Tickets (£8, children under 12 free) can be bought from the Duxford Post Office, Jill Steinberg (01223 833202), Jenny Marks (01223 837337 and Clare Delderfield (01223 837742. Proceeds will be given to St Peter’s Church.

More information about the choir can be found at http://www.clare.cam.ac.uk/life/choir



Future Events

Sunday 6th June                               Military Vehicle Show

Sat 12th & Sun 13th June                 The Duxford Cup Aerobatics Contest      

Sat 10th & Sun 11th July                   Flying Legends

Sat 24th & Sun 25th July                   Large Flying Model Day

Sunday 1st August                            Classic Car Show

Friday 20th August                            American Air Day

Sat 4th & Sun 5th September           Battle of Britain Air Show

Sunday 26th September                   Showbus

Sunday 10th October                       Autumn Air Show





Annual Parish Meeting held on 26th May 2010 in the Village Hall.

The Chairman welcomed our speakers Andrew Shepperd (who gave a talk on the village website) and Ann Gardner (who spoke about the 50th Anniversary of Duxford C of E Community Primary School).  Twenty residents and our County and District Councillors attended the meeting, along with a short visit from the Police.

Residents raised the following items:

The Chairman gave his annual report which can be found on the website.

The Chairman paid tribute to his predecessor Robin Driver, who had stepped down from the Parish Council last week.  He has put in many years of service as a Councillor at both the District and County levels, and became a leading player on the local political stage.  He was able to give the Parish Council the bigger picture, and to put all of his considerable experience at our disposal.  He will be sorely missed.  The Parish Council would like to thank Robin for his substantial and prolonged service to our community and wider area, and wish him all the best for the future.


Vacancy for Parish Councillor – As required by law, a notice of casual vacancy has been displayed on the village notice board.  If a by-election is not called by 10th June, the Parish Council will be seeking to co-opt someone to sit on the Parish Council.  People interested in being co-opted should contact the Parish Clerk or the Chairman.  You need to be aware that next year there will be an election of the whole of the Parish Council.                                                                Jocelyn Flitton – Parish Clerk                                                                                                                                                                       josflitton@tiscali.co.uk


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                                                (  0345 456 4564





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                 June  2nd

Gt. Chesterford and District Gardening Society Meeting 8.00 p.m.


          Chapel, Carmel Street, Gt. Chesterford


Ickleton Allotments Open Evening 6.30 p.m. Coploe Road - All Welcome


Safari Supper 7.00 p.m. start Village Hall


Hinxton Fete 2.00 p.m.


Mobile Library


Parish Council Meeting 7.30 p.m. Village Hall


W. I. Meeting 7.45 p.m. Chapel, Carmel Street, Gt. Chesterford


Open Day at Duxford School to celebrate 50th Anniversary


Duxford School Fete and Opening of 50th Anniversary Garden


Midsummer Tea 2.30 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. Hinxton


Church Fete – Village Photograph 1.30 p.m. Fete 2.00 – 5.00 p.m.


Clare College Choir Concert 7.00 p.m. St John’s Church, Duxford


Mobile Library


Church Coffee Mornings every Tuesday 10.00 a.m. – 12 noon