Below are the latest items circulated by DryDrayton.net Village E-Mails on 6 Mar 2019. To subscribe to the E-mail list e-mail email@example.com
Possible changes to local footpaths.
The Parish Council have been approached and asked for their views on possible changes to public footpaths around Rectory Farm. The Parish Council welcomes the views of residents on the proposals and will consider this at their Meeting on Tuesday 14th May 2019. Full details of possible changes, including maps, are on the Parish Council website www.drydraytonpc.org.uk. Please send any comments you wish to make to the Parish Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambourne to Cambridge Public Transport Route – Have Your Say
With just weeks to go, the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) wants people to have their say on proposals for part of a new link between Cambourne and Cambridge. The GCP Project Team has been sharing proposals across the surrounding area, with a good turn-out at Dry Drayton Village Hall on Tuesday (6th).
The Project’s Communications Lead, Laura Gates, said: “We’re really keen to get to gather views as widely as possible, in particular from those in villages close to the proposed route and P&R sites. Views will be used to shape plans for an end-to-end route and P&R site, which will be presented to the GCP Board in the Autumn for final decision. We’ll also be attending the next Dry Drayton Parish Council meeting on Tuesday 12th, so please do come along if you have any questions”.
Consultation closes on Sunday 31 March and you can respond via the paper questionnaire delivered to homes and businesses in the area or online at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/cambournetocambridge
Dry Drayton Parish Council
Next meeting Tuesday 12 March, 8.00pm Village Hall, The Agenda is on the PC’s website www.drydraytonpc.org.uk
Dry Drayton Art Group
The Art Group are holding two special events at Dry Drayton Village Hall:
Saturday Workshop, 9th March 2019, 10.00 to 16.00, Jamie Sugg Oils/acrylics/Watercolour.
Tuesday 2nd April 2019 Demonstration 19.00 to 22.00, David Hyde, Watercolour (Ely Cathedral) £7.00. Some places are available for 2nd April, but please BOOK EARLY – contact Gill Russell 780897