Cambridgeshire Police funding in 2020 – have your say
How much should we pay for policing Hatley?
The second biggest portion of our council tax goes to the police – these are the 2019 / 2020 costs for a Band D...
The next Local Plan for SCDC – time to have your say
From 2031, this is in the cause of long term thinking
“This is a very exciting time for South Cambridgeshire District Council and Cambridge City Council,” says Stephen Kelly, the Joint Director for Planning and...
Hatley’s defibrillator – just dial 999
No need to panic – trained operatives will tell you what to do... and we have reminders to help
Hatley’s defibrillator (above) is located outside the Village Hall in Hatley St George in a locked and temperature-controlled cabinet. It has full public access...
Rescuing our churches
Articles in The Guardian and Country Life support the Friends of Friendless Churches while highlighting the plight of rural churches
By Peter Mann It’s been a good week for spotting mentions of the Friends of Friendless Churches – and the plight of rural churches...
Fly-tippers – does you mum still clean up after you?
SCDC's new innovative sign asks embarrassing questions
South Cambs District Council is erecting these eye-catching signs which question why people are fly-tipping – including whether their mum still cleans up after them....
Have you read this?
Mentions of Hatley we've spotted
By Peter Mann Depending on where you live, there can be any number of mentions of your locality in books on the countryside, buildings,...
General election result
Conservatives hold the seat – with a much reduced majority
The result of the election in our South Cambridgeshire parliamentary seat on Thursday, 12th December was: Conservative majority – 2,904 (15,952 in 2017) Number...
99 East Hatley
A planning application has been submitted to South Cambridgeshire District Council by 99 East Hatley. It is for a Certificate of Lawful development for the...
Current parish newsletter
Everyone in Hatley will have received a copy of the latest (November 2019) newsletter… but if you’ve not seen it or have lost your...
Harvest Service – thanks for the flowers, fruit and veg
The Revd Norman Young stood in for his wife, the Revd Hilary Young (our parish priest), to take the Harvest Service in Hatley St...
Good support for the Hatley Macmillan Coffee Morning
Lots of yummy cakes, tea and coffee were happily consumed at the special Hatley Coffee Morning on 1st October. it was given over to...
Someone put a grenade in their blue bin!
Would you believe the things people put in their blue bins?
A grenade, a toilet seat and disco lights are on a list of items people in south Cambs have wrongly put into their blue...
HOD raised over £250!
Every little helps the Friends of Friendless Churches to complete its St Denis’ project
Actually, it was £267.45 – over three gloriously sunny days in mid-September as 103 people (some on bikes, some with children and two with...
St Denis’ churchyard tidy-up, 2019
17 volunteers cut and cleared it on 4th August 2019
By Nicola Jenkins Many hands made lighter work! A fantastic turnout of 17 volunteers at St Denis’ churchyard worked hard on Sunday morning, 4...
Hatley Village Fête 2019 – the photos
A fine time was had by all on Sunday, 21st July
The weather was kind and lots of people came along on Sunday, 21st July to enjoy the tea tent, bouncy castle, children’s games and...
Retired after 15 years
Goodbye to the original Hatley website
Well, that was the website that was. After 15 years of faithful service, time for a long rest for the old design now we’ve...
Hatley Parish Council’s finances, 2018 / 2019
All the facts and figures
Hatley Parish Council’s financial results and audit documents for 2018 / 2019 are now available for you to scrutinise. All the files are downloadable...
We’re in the news!
The Hatley website hits the headlines (almost)
The Friends of Friendless Churches owns St Denis’ in East Hatley – along with 51 other redundant churches in England and Wales. Here’s a...
New Parish Council chairman
Plus 2019 reports
Alan Pinney is Hatley Parish Council’s new Chairman – he took over the role from Margot Eagle at the Annual Meetings on 21st May,...
A little less of St Denis
Lost in the great fire at Notre Dame Cathedral
Saint Denis was a 3rd-century Christian martyr and saint – martyred for his faith by decapitation, thus now portrayed carrying his head in his...