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PCSO Alan Newman writes:

At present the St Neots and other sectors are experiencing a series of Dwelling Burglaries. These are taking place in a fairly random geographical pattern but rural villages and isolated properties have been particularly targeted.

Cambridgeshire County Council is seeking the views of household recycling centre (HRC) users and potential users of the service within Cambridgeshire, to help determine the future of the household waste recycling service. It is possible that Waste Recycling Centres might be closed, or their hours restricted.

If you have experienced surface water flooding then Cambridgeshire County Council would like to hear from you to help plan future work to mitigate problems. Further information and a form can be found below.

Martin Cowell, Bailiff for Offord and Buckden Angling Society writes: DOG WALKERS. as the bailiff for Offord and Buckden Angling Society I am gob smacked at the number of irresponsible dog walkers that leave dog mess along the Ouse Valley walk on the stretch behind Offord Mill and above Buckden Marina.

Details of the 2014 flu vaccination day at Buckden and Little Paxton surgeries Saturday morning 11th Oct 2014 are attached below:

The WW1 Commemorative event will take place in St Mary’s Parish Church, Buckden, on Sunday 3rd August.

Cambridge Constabulary via e-cops writes: Police have renewed a warning over fraudsters posing as police officers following more calls.

Dave Griffin, Crime Reduction Officer for Huntingdonshire raises the following alert and gives advice on Rogue Traders:

A representative of the consultants studying the planned closure of the Offord level crossing visited the Buckden parish Council meeting on Tuesday 8th July to explain the process. Read about what he said below:

The B1043 through the Offords will be closed for resurfacing from 3rd November to 7th November between 9:30 and 15:30. The extent of the resurfacing and the diversion routes are shown below.

PCSO Alan Newman advises: The St Neots Policing Sector has recently seen an increase in burglaries from sheds and garages. These have been mainly in rural villages around St Neots but this could escalate to other areas.

A representative from Network Rail will be coming to the meeting of the Buckden Parish Council at 7:30pm on Tuesday 8th July to give a briefing on the plans for closure of the Offord level crossing. All are welcome to attend.

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