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14 November 2011 - New Police number (101) for non-emergencies


You can now contact Cambridgeshire Constabulary on 101 for all non-emergency calls. The 0345 456 456 4 number will remain in use alongside 101 for several months to allow people time to get used to the new number.


The change comes part of a national programme to make 101 the single non-emergency number in England and Wales, giving residents an easy-to-remember number to contact local police wherever they are.


The call system is designed to recognise where you are calling from and connect you with the local police service. If you did not want to speak to your local force, or the force area you are in, you will be given the option to be connected to different one.


The number change does not affect the way that calls are handled and we will continue to take non-emergency calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Please continue to call 999 when an immediate response is needed because a crime is happening, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, or someone is in danger


20 October 2011 - Updated Bus Timetable & Route Maps


The updated local bus timetable and routes are now available, please see below  


Timetable (click here)

Route (click here)



16 July 2010 - County Council and local updates


County Council and local update from County Councillor Linda Oliver.  This Newsletter covers: Broadband, Cemex, Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, Recycling awards, Air traffic and reporting potholes.  Download a copy of the Newsletter here.


4 December 2009 - Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter - South Area


Click here for a copy of December’s Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter which includes an outline of the Neighbourhood Policing Panel Priorities and the Police Enhanced Access Line (a dedicated number for people with communication difficulties).  Reference is also made to a new website called www.fixmystreet.com, where residents can report problems in their street, and have it reported to the District or County Council.


3 December 2009 -  www.immobilise.com


A very useful free resource for all residents so make sure you get onto immobilise and register free online any valuables that have a unique serial number, such as mobile phones, i-pods, laptops, bicycles and cameras at www.immobilise.com. This can ensure that as soon as your item is found the police can trace it back to you and will improve your chances of getting your property back if it is lost or stolen. It can also create a paper trail for thieves selling property on the internet.


22 November 2009 - County Council and local updates


County Council and local update from County Councillor Linda Oliver.  This Newsletter covers: County Council budgets and forward planning; Transport Authority of the Year; The Mechanical Biological Waste Treatment Plant (Waterbeach); Recycling and Composting.  Download a copy of the Newsletter here.



10 November 2009 - Cambridge Core Traffic Scheme


Cambridgeshire County Council are in the process of reviewing the Cambridge Core Traffic Scheme - Stage 4.  Part of the review process is giving people that use the area the opportunity to comment on the scheme.  For more information on the scheme please visit the Cambridge County Council  website:  http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/projects/cambridge/core4perception/.


The County Council would appreciate any comments that you have.  Closing date for comments is

11 December 2009.




Find out about policing in the Litlington neighbourhood, click here

Reporting Potholes (& other highway problems)


New website introduced for reporting potholes direct to Cambridgeshire County Council, simply click here.


Fix My Street


Potholes, Broken Street Lights, Fly Tipping etc?


Report problems on your street via www.fixmystreet.com .

Simply follow this link, enter your postcode, street name or area, enter details of the problem and these are automatically passed to the County and/or District Council.




All non-emergencies

101 (New)



0800 555 111