Brampton Parish Council

Serving the people of Brampton

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

  • Brampton Memorial Centre - Thrapston Road

  • Skate Park - Brampton Memorial Centre

  • Brampton Community Centre - High Street

  • The Lady Olivia Centre - Brampton Park

  • The Green - PE28 4RG

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Latest News

District Council urges residents to apply for additional energy bill support scheme

District Council urges residents to apply for additional energy bill support scheme

Applications to the Government's Energy Bill Support Scheme – Alternative Funding (EBSS AF) went live on Monday, 27 February, to provide certain households with further help towards their energy costs.

Huntingdonshire District Council is urging residents to apply for the EBSS Alternative Funding if they are eligible.

EBSS Alternative Funding means that households who didn't receive the original energy bills support, such as those without their own electricity meter or without a direct relationship to an electricity supplier, can receive a £400 support payment. More »

Households eligible to apply for support under EBSS Alternative Funding include park home residents, tenants who pay for their energy through a landlord with a commercial supply, partly and wholly self-funded care home residents, houseboats on residential moorings, households on a private electricity network, off-grid households, traveller households on authorised sites and domestic farmhouses paying on a commercial supply.

If you don't heat your home with mains gas and use an alternative fuel which could include oil, biomass and bottled gas, you might also be able to get an additional £200 payment, known as the Alternative Fuel Payment (AFP).

Residents can apply for the EBSS Alternative Funding and AFP via the website until Wednesday 31 May. A dedicated helpline is also available for residents who need support to complete an application or cannot apply online. The freephone number, 0808 175 3287, is open from 8.00am - 6.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Once an application has been made, The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) will make a series of checks. Once those checks have been completed, the details are then given a final check by Huntingdonshire District Council to ensure that the resident lives at the address they have provided. You will be told about the progress of your application by email or letter. You should get a response within six weeks. If you are eligible, we will arrange a one-off payment. You do not need to repay this money.

Full eligibility criteria and further information is available on the Government website.

Executive Councillor for Customer Services, Councillor Stephen Ferguson, said: "We are pleased to be able to provide more much-needed help to certain households within the district.

"Households within Huntingdonshire who didn't receive the original energy bills support the usual way, such as those without a direct contract with an electricity » Less

Posted: Fri, 10 Mar 2023 12:50 by Kathryn Hornett

Neighbourhood Policing Community Meeting

Neighbourhood Policing Community Meeting

- Meet your Neighbourhood Policing Team
- Find out what the team have been working on in your area
- Share your concerns
- Help shape the local policing priorities

Local policing teams work with and within their local communities so they can learn more about the concerns and priorities of the people who live there, and can tackle those issues on the ground.

Find out when your next meeting is, to raise any concerns in your area. Scan the QR code in the poster attached or head to:

Posted: Fri, 10 Mar 2023 10:47 by Kathryn Hornett

A1 Wyboston to Buckden Resurfacing Works

A1 Wyboston to Buckden Resurfacing Works

Essential landscaping and biodiversity improvements re to be carried out on the A1 northbound between Wyboston and Buckden. Once complete, the road will benefit from enhanced grassland and planting of new greenery to grow and mature over the coming months.

Works are planned to be completed over 4 nights across 2 weekends from Saturday 18 March to Sunday 26 March. We will work between 9pm and 5am, weather conditions permitting. More »

Closures and diversions

To carry out the work safely, the A1 northbound between Wyboston and Buckden will need to be closed, and traffic diverted as detailed below:

  • Saturday 18 March to Sunday 19 March, 9pm to 5am
  • Saturday 25 March to Sunday 26 March, 9pm to 5am

Northbound traffic will be diverted via the A428 and A14 before re-joining the A1 at junction 22.

How to find out more

To find out more about road improvements we're carrying out across the East of England, please visit our website at

If you would like more information, please contact us on 0300 123 5000, or by email at » Less

Posted: Fri, 10 Mar 2023 10:26 by Kathryn Hornett