Funds available for your community projects

Thanks to developer contributions, the Trumpington Community Chest is able to offer some funding and support to kick-start your community project. If you’d like to see a new sports or social activity, street party, neighbourhood BBQ, movie club, kids club or nature project happen in Trumpington, your project may be eligible for a £250 grant.…

New evening caretaker required at Trumpington Federation

Trumpington Federation are looking to appoint an evening caretaker. Permanent contract 37 hours per week- Afternoons and Evenings with occasional weekend working. 52 week contract (23 days holiday per year) To start as soon as possible To view the full application, job description and personal spec, please click the link below. View the job info…

SCDC governance review phase 2

South Cambridgeshire District Council is entering phase 2 of consultation on the community governance review for Haslingfield. The review is taking place ensure that South Cambridgeshire district residents living in the Trumpington Meadows development have appropriate governance arrangements going forward. Views on the proposed creation of a new civil parish are now being invited, with the window…

Neighbourhood Walk-about with Neil

Neill Langley, the housing officer responsible for the shared ownership and affordable rented homes on Trumpington Meadows is leading an estate walk-about on Saturday 13th August. If you’d like to join Neil for a walk-about or to raise any concerns about the housing related issues, meet outside Kestrel Rise flats at 10am on Sat 13th August.…

Join the Fam-Jam

A small group of residents,  with the support of myself (community development officer), BPHA and the wildlife trust have got together and are organizing a family festival on Trumpington Meadows Country Park. Save the date – Saturday 6th August from 12 noon. If it’s popular, who knows, maybe it will become an annual event!

Southern Fringe Community Forum

It’s that time of year again. If you haven’t heard about the Community Forum, it is hosted by Cambridge City Council and is an opportunity for developers, residents and planners to get together and discuss the developments’ next phases and site related issues. This time we’ll have a presentation about community provision, an update on…