For those who are interested, WIldcats Girls’ Football is restarting sessions tomorrow, Saturday 17th April, at NLP, weather permitting. Sessions are on Saturday afternoons at 2.30pm. A local resident recommends bringing a water bottle and lots of laughter! Anybody interested please contact Coach Lina at Lina.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Scrubs for Cambridgeshire / Helping the NHS. Our wonderful volunteers have been making over 6000 scrubs and other fabric items over this pandemic, for our fantastic NHS and healthcare community! We will be holding a stall at Milton Country Park this Saturday, 9.30-4, selling face coverings and mask pouches, bags and our new […]
Sadly I have to tell you that the above Zoom event on behalf of Ekisa UK, (who support a school and children’s home for children with special needs in Jinga, Uganda.) Registered Charity 1167405, has had to be postponed till it can be performed live. The new date has not yet been fixed. I will […]
We are delighted to be re-starting baby group again on 15th April. It will be held inside in the church hall on Thursdays from 2-4pm (drop in any time between these times). Note that there will be no baby group on 6th May when the hall is being used as a polling station. Please bring […]
We need YOU to help us keep our shops open and raise vital funds! With many of our shop volunteers currently unable to lend a hand due to the pandemic, the number of hours’ support we normally receive is down more than 50%. We are facing a financial deficit over the next 12 months, following […]
The Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey will re-open as an outdoor attraction on Thursday, 15th April. You can now reserve your ticket to visit the museum via our website: https://www.dennyfarmlandmuseum.org.uk We look forward to seeing you soon!
Following the death of HRH Prince Philip, some residents may be seeking a focus for personal commemoration. We currenly have a wooden cross decorated for Easter in the churchyard, and I would be happy for people to leave floral or other appropriate tributes to the Duke there if they wish. In accordance with national guidelines, […]
Hello – I’m writing from Ontario, Canada but grew up in Girton, Cambridge. I attended the Cambridge Grammar School for Girls from 1964-1968. One of my friends was called Catherine/Katherine Evenett (can’t remember if a C or a K) and she lived in Milton. I visited her house many times – was v. fond of […]
The ongoing consultations by the Network Railway for its proposed upgrade of seven level crossings, including Fen Road in Milton, closes on 11 April. The proposals include upgrading to full barrier operated crossing, installation of obstacle detection (OD) or CCTV systems and acquiring of some adjacent land. The proposed work is part of its C3R […]
Due to the current guidance for events and the “no earlier than” dates, the organisers of the Milton Summer Fayre have had to make the hard decision to postpone the Milton Summer Fayre to 2022. However, they are hoping to organise some activities in the village in July so keep your eye out for updates.