New Notice: July 2021
At its recent meeting the Parish Council supported calls from residents to ask all the community to respect trees, bushes and other vegetation.
Once again the Parish Council was also informed that some dog owners were still not clearing up after their dogs. Would all residents please respect others by doing this. It is an offence not to clear up after your dog and if offenders are identified prosecutions will follow.
Dog Fouling on the Playing Field
The spectre of dog fouling in the village has once again reared its ugly head. In particular, we are getting regular reports of dogs fouling on the Playing Field. This is doubly frustrating, because not only are dogs fouling on the Field and the mess not being cleared up, but dogs (except guide dogs) are not permitted to be on the Playing Field in the first place. We therefore take this opportunity to politely remind dog owners that they must not take their dogs onto the Playing Field. Nor should they use the footpath that leads from Green Lane to Causeway Close and passed the Pavilion to the school car park to “just cut through” as one dog walker recently replied when they were advised that dogs were not allowed on the Playing Field. The Playing Field is used by the children attending Piglets Pre-School and the Primary School, as well as families using the outdoor space to play and have a kickabout and it is totally unacceptable for them to be confronted with dog mess.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Great Staughton Parish Council.
Changes to village bus service
As from 15th July the 150 bus service to St Neots will be operated by Dews Coaches. Please look out for the new bus styles.
Monthly Quiz Night
Held on the second Tuesday of each month at the White Hart Public House at 7.30pm. Teams of 4, £1.00 per person to enter.
Hugh and Mary make everyone welcome and also provide food on the night and drink vouchers for the winners.
Please join us for an evening of fun.
Polite requests from Great Staughton Parish Council
The Parish Council has had on many occasions brought to its attention examples of inconsiderate and sometimes dangerous parking. The solution is in everybody’s hands could all residents please think about others when parking.
• Are you too close to a bend
• Are you too close to someone’s drive
• Are you too close to a junction
• Are you parking on the pavement stopping pushchairs and wheelchairs passing
I am sure others will have many other examples please think of others for everyone’s benefit.
The Parish Council has also had many instances brought to its attention of hedges overhanging and obstructing pathways. This often makes it difficult for people to walk comfortably and safely on the pavement. Could you please check and cut your hedge back if necessary.
Nicetri Local Events in 2019
Copy of Local cycling Events 2019