South Cambs District Council Hall: Workspace Survey

South Cambs District Council Hall: Workspace Survey
Sent by SCDC, Business Key Projects Team
In accordance with the SCDC’s Business Plan, we are exploring an opportunity to renovate and transform a portion of unused ground floor working space at South Cambridgeshire Hall.
The aim is to turn some of the space into a collaborative and shared workspace fit for the community, residents, and local businesses. This environment would therefore need to be designed to meet the needs of start-up organisations, young entrepreneurs, and experienced professionals across the district. We envisage a coworking space for users to network and engage both professionally and socially – therefore it’s crucial we understand peoples’ needs and wants.
As always, we have a broader goal to support start-up companies and help small businesses grow and we are hoping this will see Cambourne-based residents consider using any space we may make available.

A428 Development Cluster Forum: Cambourne

The next A428 Development Cluster Forum: Cambourne is taking place on Wednesday 8 March from 6pm.

Community forums are free, open, public meetings bringing together residents, planners, developers and other stakeholders to discuss and share information about new development. All interested residents are welcome to join.

This forum is held back-to-back with A428 Development Cluster Forum: Bourn Airfield, so that you can attend one or both forums. Agendas with estimated timings will be provided around a week prior to the event. Find out more online:


County Lines webinar for parents

FREE webinar for parents/carers who want to know more about County Lines in their area and recognise the signs.
📅 Wednesday 1st February
⏰ 7pm – 8.30pm
💻 See flyer for details on how to register on Eventbrite.
COUNTY LINES is a term used to describe gangs and organised criminal networks involved in exporting illegal drugs using mobile phone lines or other form of “deal line”. This activity can happen locally or across the UK- no specified distance of travel is required. Children and vulnerable adults are exploited to move, store and sell drugs and money. Offenders will often use coercion, intimidation, violence (including sexual violence) and weapons to ensure compliance of victims.

Real Christmas tree recycling

Real Christmas trees can be dropped off to the recycling point on the land adjacent to the Hub community centre/car park on the High Street. You have until Monday 16th January to drop trees off. After this date they will be shredded and used as mulch around Cambourne and you are welcome to help yourself to use in your gardens or allotment.

Town Council emails not working

The Town Council emails ( are still not working so please do not email these accounts as we will not receive the email. 

Please send emails to the relevant email address: