Milton Village

Comment on incinerator plans

Opposition to the proposed incinerator plant at Waterbeach is growing. If you have a comment on the plans you can make it at Read more about it at

Wildlife Watch Group for February

The Wildlife Watch Group at Milton Country Park meets again on February 3rd for ‘Bird Homes’. Kits will be available to make bird boxes. The cost of each kit is £8 if you wish to make one to take home. You can work as a family group to assemble your box. Children of eight or […]

Escaped horse in Milton

Milton residents might know Gigi, the horse who is kept in the field under the bridge over the A10. Today Gigi was led out of his field and let go by persons unknown. The Police are involved and if you have any information that might help them please call 01223 823715. Gigi was hit by […]

January Community Café

The first Milton community café for 2018 will be on Tuesday 23rd January at 2.30pm in Milton Community Centre Lounge. If you’ve not been before, why not pop along to meet everyone? Small charge of £2 to cover costs. Crafts, cake, coffee and conversation. All welcome.

No more side waste for blue bins

Despite repeated denials from South Cambridgeshire District Council’s representatives at the end of last year, it appears that waste placed by the side of the blue bins will no longer be collected, not even if it is in a clear plastic bag. If you recycle lots you can request a second blue bin from South […]

Proposed incinerator at Waterbeach

Milton News has received notice of a public meeting to discuss the “energy from waste plant” (incinerator) proposed for land North of Waterbeach at the Amey Site “Planning application ref S/3372/12/CW). This plan include a chimney or “stack” that will be higher than Ely cathedral. The meeting will be on 29th January 7.30pm-9.00pm at Waterbeach […]

Milton Youth Zone reopens

Milton Youth Zone is reopening on Tuesday 16th January for the Spring term. Open every Tuesday from 6.30pm until 8.00pm for school years 7 to 13, in Milton Youth Centre at The Sycamores, there will be a variety of activities available – food, crafts, cookery, tabletennis, information, footable, advice and music. For more information call […]

Would you pay more for the Police?

Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite is asking home owners how much they are willing to support policing as part of their council tax for 2018/19. In order to gather views, the Commissioner is running a short survey. Complete the survey at Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite says: “One of my duties as […]

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