Please make sure you have completed this! It’s to look at the needs of your village over the next decade or more based on what you the residents want. It can be completed online – just click on the ‘It’s time to have your say’ heading on this page. Alternatively, if you prefer, you can complete a paper version and details of how to get one are under the ‘It’s time to have your say’ heading as well.
To those who have played squash in the past, those who are playing now and those who would like to try it out. The squash club at Swavesey (by the Village College) has been refurbished to a high standard with thanks to Ali Loke, World Squash ranking 74.
The club runs leagues, men’s and women’s teams, competitions, social events and group or private training sessions offered by Ali. New members are always welcome at this friendly, lively club and they offer free taster sessions.
For more details visit the website https://www.swaveseysquash.com/ or contact Ali Loke email@example.com
St. Mary & All Saints, Church Street, Willingham –
A tribute to the life of HRH Prince Philip giving thanks for his life and support to the Queen throughout her reign.
St Mary and All Saints Willingham Flower Arrangers.
After a suggestion by one of our WAG members, Willingham Action Group (WAG), Willingham School Association (WSA), The Fen Edge Community Association (FECA) and Willingham Primary School (WPS) worked together recently to obtain PC’s, laptops and tablets from people who no longer needed so that they could be refurbished and donated to schoolchildren who needed them for home study. Nearly thirty were sourced which has solved the problem for WPS for the time being as other kind donations were received. Some machines are still needed for Cottenham Primary and the Village College. Our thanks go to all who helped.
Just click on any of the links below…
Sir David Attenborough makes stark warning about species extinction
NASA: Antarctica Melts Under Its Hottest Days on Record
Boris Johnson to unveil plan to power all UK homes with wind by 2030
You can take the Willingham Plastics Pledge here