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Feast 2018

Policing in Willingham

Concerned about policing in Willingham?
An extraordinary Public Meeting for the entire village will be held at Willingham Primary School on Thursday 20 September at 7.30 pm under the chairmanship of Willingham Parish Council.
Have your say and listen to the police response. Parish and District Councillors and the Police will be present.
PLEASE INFORM YOUR NEIGHBOURS AND FRIENDS IN WILLINGHAM.

Anti-social behaviour

There was almost unprecedented attendance at the monthly Willingham Parish Council meeting this week when villagers voiced their concerns over the spate of criminal behaviour taking place. There is hope of a public meeting with the police to discuss how the police can take action to end the wave of intimidation which accompanies the vandalism and to further illustrate the strength of feeling amongst the residents. We will advertise the meeting here as soon as we have news of it.

District Councillor Surgeries

Your new District Councillors, Dawn Percival from Willingham and Bill Handley from Over, will make themselves available to offer help and advice, chat and listen to your views or problems at the Ploughman Hall from 11 am until noon. The next surgery will be on Saturday October 27.

Please come along and use this opportunity to meet your District Councillors.

WAG needs volunteers!

Willingham Action Group has instigated many improvements to our village life. Working with the Parish Council we helped with purchase and design of the play equipment by the Ploughman Hall. WAG volunteers planted 1300 trees around the village and in the Community Orchard. In the past we have organised litter picking, started several social groups and each year we coordinate the Feast events. These things are just a small sample of all we do but we want to do more and for that we need more volunteers. As a volunteer you might give a few hours once a year running the bar at the Fen Gallop, alternatively you could join our Environment Group and spend many hours helping maintain the orchard – the fruit is free! It’s your choice as to how much you do, and when. 

Our volunteers become great friends and we have our own WAG social lives. If you want to join us or want more information please contact us here