Latest parish newsletter

July 2019

Everyone in Hatley will have received a copy of the latest (July 2019) newsletter… but if you’ve not seen it or have lost your...
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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...
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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...
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We’re in the news!

The Hatley website hits the headlines (almost)

Hatley website in the news – FoFC, Summer 2019 newsletter.
The Friends of Friendless Churches owns St Denis’ in East Hatley – along with 51 other redundant churches in England and Wales. Here’s a...
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A428 / Black Cat

Consultation on the preferred route

A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet – Highways England consultation booklet – June 2019.
The preferred route for the A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet Scheme, including the three roundabout options, was announced a little while ago –...
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New Parish Council chairman

Plus 2019 reports

Hatley Parish Council, 21st May 2019 - L/R: Nicola Jenkins, Harold Nickerson, Micky Astor (Deputy Chairman), Alan Pinney (Chairman), Margot Eagle and Kim Wilde (Clerk).
Alan Pinney is Hatley Parish Council’s new Chairman – he took over the role from Margot Eagle at the Annual Meetings on 21st May,...
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Spotted flycatchers

Time to be looking out for them

The spotted flycatcher – have you seen any in Hatley?
Spotted flycatchers – have you seen this increasingly rare bird breeding in your garden?  Cambridgeshire Bird Club would like to know! Although flycatchers breed...
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Hatley’s defibrillator – just dial 999

No need to panic – trained operatives will guide you through what to do

The defibrillator cabinet outside Hatley Village Hall. If you need to use it, first dial 999 – it has been registered with the NHS who will provide the code to open the cabinet door and give instructions for its use.
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...
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A little less of St Denis

Lost in the great fire at Notre Dame Cathedral

St Denis' statue in Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris. He was beheaded around 250 AD - Notre-Dame was built on the site of his church 900 years later. A relic of St Denis, placed in the weather vane atop the cathedral's spire in the 1830s was lost in the devastating fire of 15th April 2019. [Photo by Thesupermat-CC BY-SA 3.0,]
Saint Denis was a 3rd-century Christian martyr and saint – martyred for his faith by decapitation, thus now portrayed carrying his head in his...
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EU election results

And the winners were...

The East of England followed the national trend and overwhelmingly voted for The Brexit Party, which has three seats (out of seven); the Liberal Democrats...
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2019 Pancake Race winners…

Big heros and little heros all

Prize giving 2019 Hatley Pancake Race, held on 3rd March 2019 in East Hatley. There were prizes for the children's, ladies and mens races.
3rh March and all the fun of the 2019 Hatley Pancake Race – those are the winners above. Check out our photo gallery –...
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Heroes and heroines from the latest Hatley litter pick

A big thank-you to them all

Typical result of a Hatley litter pick – many filled bin bags, which South Cambs District Council takes away.
Neal Barton, Sarah Brennan, Margot Eagle, Jeremy Hooper, Mervyn Lack, John O’Sullivan and Martin Ward all did wonders on 24th March – not forgetting Harold...
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Someone’s nicked our children sign

Do you know what happened?

One of the 'Children' signs in Hatley St George, Cambridgeshire – it was stolen on 6th January 2019 and we'd like it back please.
You will have noticed the two ‘children’ signs in Hatley St George have gone. The one above was stolen on Sunday, 6th January; the...
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