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Minutes from the October Parish Council meeting
Please click here to view the minutes from the meeting held on 4 October.

Casual vacancy on Parish Council
A casual vacancy exists for a councillor on Ickleford Parish Council following the resignation of David Chapallaz. We aim to fill this vacancy by co-option at the next Parish Council meeting on Thursday 7 December.

If you are interested in applying, please complete and return both the application form and eligibility form to the Parish Clerk, Danielle Weetman, by 5pm on Wednesday 29 November. Additional information about the co-option can be found here. Alternatively, you can email the Parish Clerk at to request the forms and information.

PCSO Drop-in, Wednesday 15 November, 2pm
St Katharine’s Church
Heather Burrows will be available from 2pm for crime prevention, reassurance or safety advice.

Overnight closure of Arlesey Road by Cadwell Bridge tonight (Wednesday 15 November) from 10pm
The Parish Council has been advised that Arlesey Road will be closed either side of Cadwell Bridge from 10pm tonight (Wednesday) to 6am tomorrow (Thursday). This is to facilitate an inspection of the railway bridge.

St Katharine’s Christmas Fayre, Saturday 2 December 11am-2.30pm, Ickleford Primary School
Fun for All the Family – Admission Free – All Welcome.

Refreshments including home-made soup, hot dogs, mulled wine, and mince pies. Lots of other attractions too!

There will be a Grand Draw and Father Christmas will be in his grotto from 12 noon. For further information please view the event poster.

Christmas Tree Lights Switch-on
Friday 8 December, 6.30pm, Upper Green
Ickleford Parish Council is pleased to announce that there will be a Christmas Tree on Upper Green again this year. We have invited a special guest to switch on the lights and refreshments will be served by Ickleford Scout Group to raise funds for new equipment. Please click here to view the event poster.

Hedges or shrubs along footpaths and pavements – your assistance please
Please could we request all residents to ensure that shrubs on their property do not encroach on to pavements and footpaths. This is particularly important where branches protrude at eye-level - for children or adults - as this can cause a genuine risk to pedestrians. As many of our walkways are very narrow, your assistance in easing the path of pedestrians would be greatly appreciated.

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