Jubilee Reading Room,
99 The Causeway
BURWELL Cambridge CB25 0DU
Tel: 01638 743 142
East Cambridgeshire District Council
The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, Public Space Protection Order Dog Fouling
East Cambridgeshire District Council in exercise of its powers under section 59 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and under all other enabling powers has made the following Order known as:
East Cambridgeshire District Council Public Space Protection Order Dog Fouling 2018
Please click here to see details of the Order
The Order applies to all public places in East Cambridgeshire District Council including roads, footpaths, pavements, allyways and towpaths, all grass verges, and parks and open spaces including wooded areas. For this purpose, a 'public place' means any land to which the public has access, on payment or otherwise, as of right or by virtue of expressed or implied permission.
If you are aware of any particular hot spots in the village please report to email@example.com
BURWELL VILLAGE SPORTS & RECREATION SURVEY AUTUMN 2018
This is the link to an electronic Version of the paper based survey being distributed in Clunch Autumn 2018 Edition.
If you have Already Competed & Returned a Paper Version of This Survey, Please Don't Proceed Any Further.
If You Have Not, Thank You for Taking the Time to Read & Complete this short Survey. Please complete NOW - it only takes afew minutes!
The Parish Council Sports Recreation Working Group & Burwell Community Sports Centre would greatly appreciate your help in gathering data that will assist us in our aim of making village facilities fit with the needs of our residents in the 21st century.
Thank you for taking time to read and complete this online short survey. It closes 11:45pm 18/11/18.
It is available in paper format in Autumn 2018 edition of CLUNCH or from Burwell Parish Council Office in the Jubilee Room on The Causeway.
All data is strictly confidential and governed by appropriate UK data protection legislation.
It will only take a few minutes to complete, on Tablet, Mobile or PC at:-https:/www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XZQQHHV
Thank You. Burwell Parish Council.
Burwell Parish Council ANNOUNCES work on New Pavilion has started.
Burwell Parish Council is pleased to announced work on the the New Pavilion for the Recreation Ground on Wiers Drove started on Monday June 27th.
Our Project Manager, Mr. Alan Lamb was on site to oversee the start of the work by our contractors, Jaggard Bros.
The upgrade and refurbishment to provide a new Pavilion with 4 modern changing rooms allowing two matches to play at the same time, referee changing rooms, kitchen facilities and upgraded car parking facilities, has been supported by a Grant that Burwell Parish Council obtained from the Football Asscociation Football foundation for of 71% of the Pavilion project costs.
Burwell Parish Council has proved substantial funds for ’ Pavilion project seed monies’ to enable the application for a Football Asscociation Grant, and also Car Park enhancement, which in total will exceed £232000. This is in addition to a recent £45000 football pitch 3 year improvement program funded by the Council.
The new Pavilion is due to be completed within a 17 week build period and further announcements on its progress and planned Opening Ceremony will continue to be announced as work progresses.
Burwell Parish Council Recreation & Sports Working Group have been responsible for successful Grant Applications for this project and for the recent successful £80000 WREN Grant application for a New Concrete Skateboard facility - work due to start in the very near future - watch this page for announcements."
The three local Football Clubs through Burwell Sport Federation are carrying out a variety of fund raising activities to support the BSF "Buy a Brick Campaign" to raise £5000 towards the Pavilion costs, as this community activity was fundamental in our grant success - Please support them or call into the Council Office to find out how you can donate from £1 upwards.
Look out for Grand Opening announcements both for the New Pavilion & New Skate Park.
Burwell Parish Council Sports Working Group has plans to conduct a village wide Sports Survey in the early Autumn, and both short, medium and long terms plans for additional facilities will be formulated incorporating this data - look out for the survey both in CLUNCH & Online later this year.
Do you walk along Rights of Way?
If you do and you come across something that needs attention such as a blocked path, overgrown vegetation etc. you can report this directly to the Rights of Way Officer at Cambridgeshire County Council using the following link:
Following the consultation last year, the Cemetery Regulations have now been reviewed. The two main changes are that although it will remain a lawn cemetery, as it is now, there will be an opportunity to place plants and mementoes of your loved one, if wished, in an area of up to 18 inches in front of the gravestone. The second change is that the Exclusive Right of Burial will now be for 50 years (instead of 99 years) with an option to extend this time at a later date. A copy of the revised regulations is available on this website (under Cemetery), at the Jubilee Reading Room and on the Noticeboard at the Cemetery.
Dial-a-Ride - The monthly trip to Ely, on the first Thursday of the month will continue through out the year, although the service will now be provided by the Voluntary Network based in Newmarket. Seats can be booked by contacting the Voluntary Network on 01638 664304. You will need to be a member of the Voluntary Network, but they will give you the details about this when you book.