Dear Fellow DryDraytonians,
- City Deal proposals
The consultation on better bus journeys between Cambourne and Cambridge will start on Monday, 12 October. These are the proposals which included a cycle track from Dry Drayton church to the blue bridge at Hardwick, joining further cycle tracks from there to Cambridge. There are public exhibitions of their proposals as follows.
||Tue 27 Oct
||Tesco Extra, Barford Road, PE19 2SA
||Wed 28 Oct
||Village Hall, Short Street, CB23 2SG
||Thu 29 Oct
||Village Hall, Coton, CB23 7PL
||Mon 2 Nov
||Roger Needham Building, University of Cambridge, CB3 0FZ
||Tue 3 Nov
||Primary School, Hardwick, CB23 7RE
||Wed 4 Nov
||The Hub, High Street, CB23 6GW
||Tue 10 Nov
||Lucy Cavendish College, Lady Margaret Road, CB3 0BU
||Wed 11 Nov
||The Priory Centre, Priory Lane, PE19 2BH
||Thu 12 Nov
||The Vinter Room, Vinter Close, CB23 3RU
||Wed 18 Nov
||Caldecote Primary School, Highfields Road, CB23 7NX
||Thu 19 Nov
||Morrisons, Broad Street, CB23 6EY
More details on the proposals will be published on the project’s web page (www.gccitydeal.co.uk/cambourne-to-cambridge)
The Greater Cambridge City Deal team 01223 699906
- Three Free Fluorescent tubes
Three 8ft fluorescence tubes available fee, collect from Dry Drayton. Tel 01954 781036
- Man’s jumper found
In Pettitts Lane 2/10/15, grey with vertical stripes, Jeff Banks brand, tel 01954 781517 to claim.
Last reminder – the collection is on Thursday
Twice a year, in the Spring and Autumn, The Dry Drayton School & Village Association arranges a collection of secondhand clothing for the Bag2School scheme, in order to raise funds. The next collection will take place during the morning of Thursday 8th October. Clean, good quality second-hand adults’ and children’s clothing, shoes, bags, belts, hats, ties, scarves, jewellery, lingerie and soft toys are all welcome. The following items, however, are no longer accepted:-
- Pillows and cushions
- Duvets, bedding, blankets, household linen
- Carpets, rugs and mats (including bath, shower and toilet mats)
- Soiled, painted, ripped or wet clothing
- School uniforms
- Corporate clothing and workwear
- Textile off cuts, yarns or threaded material
The heavier the bags are the better, as Bag2School pay us per kilo! In a couple of weeks’ time, you will receive a special Bag2School bag through your door. However, any other kind of bag can also be used, so you could start collecting now! Please could all shoes be paired up, with an elastic band round them or else with the laces tied.
Please bring all bags – big and small – to the School, or leave them outside the Village Hall, as early in the morning as you can on 8th October. Collection may also be possible if you are unable to deliver. Another collection is being planned for March/April 2016.
Please contact Anne Deane, the village Bag2School co-ordinator, on 07718 305141 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for more info or to discuss collection. She has plenty of Bag2school bags available now, if you need them in advance of collection day, and can store your bags if you wish to hand them over early…
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