Brampton Parish Council

Serving the people of Brampton

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

Author: Jon Chitty

Latest headlines about the pandemic

Latest headlines about the pandemic

Latest headlines about the pandemic

In England, infections, hospitalisations and deaths started increasing in December 2020. The infection rate and hospital admission rate have decreased in recent weeks. Positivity rates for cases compatible with the new UK variant decreased in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. The number of deaths involving the coronavirus (COVID-19) decreased in the latest... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 03 Mar 2021 21:17 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Newsletters

Buckden Landfill site - update report by the Environment Agency

A report by the Environment Agency into the Odours arising from the Landfill Site and other local areas.

  1. The actions we, the Environment Agency, are taking. As the primary regulator for the landfill we are, and have been, undertaking the following:
    •  Recording all reports of malodour passed to us using our incident hotline. These reports are notified to the operator to investigate and supply details... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 26 Feb 2021 16:56 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Reports

A "roadmap" for easing Covid restrictions in England has been announced by the Prime Minister.

A "roadmap" for easing Covid restrictions in England has been announced by the Prime Minister.

What is the roadmap for lifting lockdown?

A "roadmap" for easing Covid restrictions in England has been announced by the prime minister.

After the first stage in March, further lifting of the rules will happen if certain conditions are met - such as the vaccine rollout going to plan. The aim is for all restrictions to be lifted, which will happen by 21 June at the earliest.

More detail can be found at... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 23 Feb 2021 12:31 by Jon Chitty

Tags: News, Policies

News release 22nd February 2021 Immediate Use ‘It’s Your A141’ - Mayor reveals options and asks people to vote for favourite

News release 22nd February 2021  Immediate Use   ‘It’s Your A141’ - Mayor reveals options and asks people to vote for favourite

News release 22nd February 2021

Immediate Use

It's Your A141' - Mayor reveals options and asks people to vote for favourite

The keenly-anticipated options for improving the A141 around Huntingdon were today made public by Mayor James Palmer on a new website set up to ask people's preference.

Mayor Palmer is asking anyone with an interest in the A141 – road users, local residents, nearby businesses,... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 22 Feb 2021 13:30 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Newsletters, Reports

Buckden Landfill Site - EA Requirements re Retaining Environmental Permit

Buckden Landfill Site - EA Requirements re Retaining Environmental Permit

How to comply with your environmental permit Additional guidance for: Landfill (EPR 5.02):

Contents

Introduction ...2 Installations Covered ...3

1. Managing your activities ...7 1.1 Security...7 1.2 Finance...8 1.3 Multiple operator installations ...9 1.4 Accident management plan ...10

2. Operations ...14 2.1 The landfill life cycle...14 2.2 Landfill design and conceptual model...15 2.3 Landfill engineering...20... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 20 Feb 2021 12:32 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Policies

A141 - Have Your Say! - notice by Mayor of Cambridge & Peterborough

A141 - Have Your Say! - notice by Mayor of Cambridge & Peterborough

A141 - Have Your Say!

Dear Councillor,

I wanted you to be the first to know about a community engagement event that we are launching next week for anyone - and everyone - with an interest in how improvements to the A141 in the Huntingdon area will proceed.

With Covid restrictions in mind, we've set up a microsite Your A141 – Have Your Say! which people can safely visit to review a long-list of options... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 19 Feb 2021 16:55 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Newsletters

A carved millstone of Roman virility - A14C2H Archaeology Release

A carved millstone of Roman virility - A14C2H Archaeology Release

From: Harrison, Angela
Sent: 19 February 2021 07:53
Subject: A14C2H Archaeology Release

Carving of Roman virility found on Britain's biggest roads project

New find from A14 upgrade is almost 2,000 years old

The team examining the finds unearthed on Britain's biggest roads project had a surprise when they found one millstone engraved with an enhanced phallus.

More than 300 querns (hand mills) and millstones... Read More »


Posted: Fri, 19 Feb 2021 16:44 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Newsletters

Guidance COVID-19: epidemiology, virology and clinical features

Guidance COVID-19: epidemiology, virology and clinical features

Latest updates to this information

10 February 2021: updated with the latest global case numbers.

Epidemiology

On 31 December 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) was informed of a cluster of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China.

On 12 January 2020, it was announced that a novel coronavirus had been identified in samples obtained from cases and that initial... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 17 Feb 2021 14:03 by Jon Chitty

Tags: News

Action pledge after widespread flooding - Hunts Post article 10 Feb 21

Action pledge after widespread flooding - Hunts Post article 10 Feb 21

A very interesting article in today's Hunts Post page 11 - Wed 10 Feb - titled: 'Action pledge after widespread flooding'.

Worth reading as it reflects the scale of the problem with 700 complaints received by the County Council. The main action seen as being the need to substantially increase the gully cleaning process and programme for the future.

The report concludes with this statement from Cllr Schumann... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 17:38 by Jon Chitty

Tags: News

IHMC Incident Report January 2021

IHMC Incident Report January 2021

Integrated Highways Management Centre (IHMC) – Monitors Cambridgeshire's Highways in order to warn and advise of disruptions on the network.

Posted: Wed, 10 Feb 2021 12:13 by Jon Chitty

Tags: Reports