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the centre of community life in Farcet

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A thousand years of History

A Fen Edge Village on the shore of a drained lake


Welcome to the Farcet Parish Council website. Within this site you can find contact details for the Parish Councillors and Parish Clerk, together with details of meetings which include agendas and minutes.

Parish Council meetings usually take place on the first Tuesday of each month (except Jan and Aug) at the Village Hall 7:30pm. Please check the meetings section as we can sometimes change the date of the meeting. The public are welcome to attend.

We also hold a Cllr drop in surgery on the first Sat of each month (except Jan) with the Community Library Cafe from 10am to 1130am at the Village Hall, where you can chat to the Cllrs or raise issues with us. On occasion, a member of the local Neighbourhood Policing team will also be present.

Latest News

August Road Works

We have received notice of the following road works in the Parish during August from Highways. Contractor: Cadent Gas Limited Location: Main St Farcet Traffic Management: Give & Take Commences: 14-Aug-2017 18-Aug-2017 Works: Lay a new gas service to new...
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Farcet Speed Watch Scheme

Speedwatch will shortly be starting in Farcet. We will be monitoring various streets over the next months, on a rolling programme. The object of the exercise is not to penalise people, but to ensure that speed limits are adhered to for the safety of everyone. We...
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B1095 Pondersbridge Whittlesey Rd Junction

Update on the B1095 Pondersbridge Whittlesey Rd Junction South of Peterborough. I took this issue to the Road Safety Committee (Huntingdonshire) of which I am vice chair to see how we could look to find a resolution. We invited officers from Cambs County, Hunts DC...
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