Drugs, burglaries, parking and cycling offences

police carThe South Cambridge police have just released their report on activities over the first five months of 2015. The have been focussing on priorities set in February by the South Area Committee: the supply of Class A drugs; burglaries; speeding, and anti-social cycling and parking, especially outside schools. Here is their report: Police report June 2015

On 29th June, they will be visiting the South Area Committee again to present their report  and take questions. At this meeting, priorities will be set for the next period.

The meeting is at the Cherry Hinton Village Centre in Colville Road, Cherry Hinton on Monday 29th June. It starts at 7pm.

Funding for community groups in Queen Edith’s

Cambridge City Council gives community development and leisure grants to young people’s groups, sports teams, social clubs, community associations etc. This could help with events, equipment or outings.
Here is a list of the types of organization and activity that attract grant funding:
  • Organisations that provide activities and services to people who are disadvantaged or marginalised by their social or economic circumstances
  • Organisations that enable people to improve their own well being and participate in their communities
  • Organisations that enable people to participate in making decisions and influence the services that affect their lives
  • Activities which increase people’s awareness of the city’s cultural diversity, and provides opportunities to celebrate it
  • Activities which bring people together to identify common issues and bring about positive changes in their communities
  • High levels of user involvement in identifying local needs and developing projects which respond to those needs
  • Organisations which develop and deliver sustainable solutions to social and economic challenges

Grants for Queen Edith’s, Cherry Hinton and Trumpington are assessed by the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation, which makes recommendations to councillors at the South Area Committee, which meets approximately every two months at the Cherry Hinton Village Centre. The next deadline is 31st March and the grants will be decided in May.

For more information on grants, and to download forms and eligibility rules, see the Council’s website or download a leaflet here: AC publicity leaflet

Contact the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation on Cambridge 410535.