Brampton Parish Council

Serving the people of Brampton

Brampton Sign

Clerk: Tess Rogers
Brampton Memorial Centre
Thrapston Road, Brampton
Huntingdon PE28 4TB

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    Brampton Community Centre - High Street

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    Lady Olivia Centre

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    Village Green

    Village green in the sun

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Latest News

Road Closures w/c Monday 23rd May

Road Closures w/c Monday 23rd May

There's no planned closures for w/c23 May in relation to the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme.

Please be aware that in preparation for opening Mill Common link, our team will be carrying out changes to signage in a number of locations in Huntingdon over this weekend. This means there will be short-duration lane closures on Huntingdon ring road and other nearby locations over Saturday and Sunday. As some of the signs are on the footpath, there will also be temporary pedestrian diversions in place in order to carry out the sign swaps safely. More »

There will also be temporary traffic lights at the Hinchingbrooke Park Road / Views Common junction from 8am on Sunday 22 to carry out some road markings work. The team will work as quickly as possible to get the work complete and remove the temporary lights.

These are in additional to the planned closure of B1514 Brampton Road, 8am to 5pm on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22.

Please factor these in to any journeys you may be planning to take at the weekend and leave some extra time. » Less

Posted: Fri, 20 May 2022 14:26 by Kathryn Hornett

HUNTSFORUM VOLUNTEER AWARDS NOMINATIONS OPEN

HUNTSFORUM VOLUNTEER AWARDS NOMINATIONS OPEN

The annual Hunts Forum Volunteer Awards will, this year, be held at Hinchinbrooke Park on Thursday 14th July between 5.30pm–7pm. These awards did not happen in 2021 due to COVID, but they are backagain this year and will be back in person. It will be attended by the Lord Lieutenant, Julie Spence, to hand out the volunteer awards.

Volunteering has been and continues to be the lifeblood of our communities. In the past few years, many organisations have relied even more on those individuals who allow things just to happen! It might be someone who kick-started a new project, an unsung hero who rarely receives thanks, someone who has provided years of service or who has gone the extra mile in recent months. More »

Hunts Forum has 3 awards this year and they need your help to promote them locally within your network of contacts. Both the Volunteer Award & Platinum Award are open to Hunts Forum members, and the Rural Volunteer Award is open to all community organisations across Cambridgeshire. All interested organisations can click on the following link to download the simple nomination form and send to dawn@huntsforum.org.uk by the 27th of May 2022. » Less

Posted: Wed, 18 May 2022 15:41 by Kathryn Hornett

Road Closures w/c Monday 16th May

Road Closures w/c Monday 16th May

For this week, the planned closures are:

Full Closures

Monday 16 to Wednesday 18 (three nights) 8pm to 6am

• Boxworth Road, Boxworth between Cambridge Services roundabout and the entrance to the borrow pit
Vehicles will be diverted via the A1307, A1198, B1040 and Rogues Lane.

Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 8am to 5pm

• B1514 Brampton Road between Scholars Avenue and Edison Bell Way

Vehicles on the Huntingdon town centre side will be diverted onto the ring road, St Peters Road to A141 west to Brampton / Brampton Racecourse junction and into Brampton via B1514.
Vehicles on the Brampton side of the closure will follow this diversion in reverse. More »

Pedestrian access will be maintained via the footpath. » Less

Posted: Mon, 16 May 2022 09:40 by Kathryn Hornett