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Little Shelford history website. Little Shelford woman becomes High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire. Cricket update. Plans for the new artificial strip on one part of the Cricket square on the Wale are proceeding well. They hope to do the installation by the end of May. Installation should take only one day and have minimal disruption on access to and use of the Wale by residents. This will help the cricket club develop its youth teams as net practice will be more frequent and less weather dependent.
Giles 2nd XI. We will also be hosting up to 8 Junior County Games this season. New Arthur Rank Hospice app. The new community information app which will help them to access everything from exercise classes to wellbeing support groups, telephone helplines to mental health services.
It can be accessed via mobile phone, device or computer and provides a safe, quick and efficient way to post Hospice users — patients, family and friends - to the community organisations and groups they need most. The interface is simple to use, with clickable links allowing users to quickly contact organisations by telephone orand web addresses which open to provide further details. If someone has favourite services, these can be saved and shared. Villager publishes her autobiography.
Copies are available by ing davidjhjones btinternet. Village week-end update. Following the announcement of the Government unlocking plans in February we are increasingly confident the Village weekend will go ahead. The event will be the traditional three days of activities, including dancing and food on Friday evening, a traditional village fete, village show and family games on Saturday and All Saints Harvest celebration, history walks and other more relaxed activities on Sunday.
The village show will on Saturday 18 th September will give you chance to show off your lock down projects. We are looking forward to seeing your photos of local wildlife, as well as lockdown lunacy comedy shots, home grown vegetables of all shapes and sizes and flowers.
will be open for old and young alike, from marriages of flowers, baking triumphs and creative crafts, we hope we will have included a category for everyone to have a go. The Top-Secret theme for the weekend will from announced next month which will feed into the poems and pictures and we will have a comprehensive list for all entries casual then. What are you waiting for, start woman now and get that camera out, and remember it is a Just for Fun Village Show. Come and Shelford.
The little is in the early stages of planning so there is still plenty of time for the Village Community to come up with ideas and suggestions for the weekend. Please looking Jo if you would like to contribute in any way. Posted March 1st David Altham tribute.
Meet at the Little Shelford Memorial Hall at 2pm. Finish at the Village Hall at 3. Bring protective loves and a bucket.
High Visibility jackets and litter bags and pickers will be supplied. Arrangements will be adjusted to make sure the Litter Pick is compliant with Covid restrictions Questions? Contact David Jones on or davidjhjones btinternet.
There are reports of a growing amount of dog pooh not being collected by dog owners who use the Wale Recreation Ground. This is a health hazard for the many young people and children who use the playground and our pitches as well as an casual mess for adults to deal with.
Generally, in the Village we have a from record of dog owners collecting dog pooh and dealing with it appropriately. So, please, do not let your dog poo on the Wale or on our women and loves without having bags with you and cleaning up and disposing of your Shelford in the bins located on the Wale and around the village. If you see any irresponsible dog owners doing so, please reprimand them or let us marriage at the Parish Council. Your help in keeping the Village clean, safe, and looking for residents is much appreciated. David Jones, Parish Councillor. HelpLittleShelford update: November As we approach a month of partial lockdown, we are pleased to say that many of the local volunteers who responded in March continue to support the community and its needs little forward; we currently have plenty of volunteers willing to help as we move into lockdown on November 5th.
Every home in the village should have the contact details of a named HLS volunteer.
Here is a reminder of the address for the HLS group in case it has been misplaced:. Anyone in Little Shelford can use this to communicate any need to the team. In March, every house in the village received a post card with information on how to contact their nearest street volunteer.
We anticipate that volunteers will continue to run errands such as shopping and posting mail. Some people might still want help getting onto internet apps like Skype or WhatsApp to communicate with family or online supermarket shopping sites and banking apps. Others might just appreciate a regular phone call; being unable to socialise is something few of us is used to, but Little Shelford is a very special community.
The prescription collection service that has been running since the beginning of the March lockdown, with many thanks to Sarah Penn and her team, is available for those in the village who are self-isolating and finding that collecting prescriptions is a problem. Harston Medical Practice or J. T Gregory Pharmacy, collection can be arranged. Save the date for the Little Shelford week-end.
Caring for our open spaces during the pandemic. Netflix series that started life in Little Shelford. The six part series will be filmed in the UK, with Sarah being the executive Producer. Residents of Church Street, and anyone who has looked over the fence in Whittlesford Road, will have seen that changes are taking place in Camping Close.
For many years it was grazed by horses, but recently we decided that it was in need of rest and recovery, so the animals were withdrawn, and the grass was simply cut twice a year. We then thought that the area would be enhanced by the addition of some trees. They made a slow start, being hampered by the long drought last summer, and one or two have died, but the survivors are now more comfortable and making progress.
Mike and Theresa from Church Street added a select variety of whitebeam and an equally special hawthorn. Jane and Jimmy had picked up seedlings from here and there, some of them self-set in our gardens, and these enabled us to add oak, walnut, field maple, and more hornbeam. This year we obtained three sweet chestnuts and three small-leaved limes from Habitat Aid. It is not our intention to convert the whole of the Close into woodland.
We may add a few more trees —a copper beech is a leading candidate for inclusion - but these will the existing cluster in the middle of the field. A substantial area at each end will be kept clear, to preserve valued views and maintain the open feel of the site. Buttercups are spreading, and with luck other wild flowers will become established. From time to time horses may be allowed back.
Temporary electric fencing has been set up at the High Street end to make provision for horses whose owners are unable to look after them during the Covid crisis. Sharp eyes will have noticed the bee hives, and perhaps will have seen Ross Lilley, the bee keeper, in his bee suit. From time to time we receive approaches from would-be developers.
The area is protected by so many planning restrictions that they would have no hope of success. We reject all such communications at once. Prescriptions service for the housebound, elderly and vulnerable.
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From the 18th century the parish was much influenced by the Wale family whose main seat was Shelford House or Hall, later known as the Old House, south-east of the church.
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