Category Archives: Community

New Impington Church Website Lauched

Impington Church have launched the new website.http://www.standrewsimpington.org/

Gritting

Last year four residents volunteered to spread grit in the case of snow and ice. They received training, equipment and insurance from the County Council to do so, and when…

Latest Parish Council Hisimp news Coming through your doors

The Parish Council has published its fifth edition of HisImp News, an update on Council activities and issues. Working with the volunteers that used to deliver the HI Courier this…

New Communty open Space for the 21st Century

There are times in the life of a community when an opportunity arises which could have lasting benefits for generations and such an occasion now exists. Throughout Histon and Impington…

HELP! World War 1- Memorabilla Wanted

The Histon and Impington Village Society is planning a special display of World War 1 memorabilia to mark its start on 4th August 2014, with a meeting about this in…

The Third Bonfire Burn 10k, 3-11-2013

The Third Bonfire Burn 10k, November 3rd 2013 – 10.30am Race registration and details on dedicated website www.bonfireburn10k.co.uk http://www.hisimprec.co.uk/the-third-bonfire-burn-10k-3-11-2013/

Recreation Ground Weekly Activities Autumn 2013

Activities for all ages held in the Recreation Ground Centre unless otherwise advised, organised by Friends of the Rec and others Sunday HITT (Histon & Impington Table Tennis ) 5.30pm every…

New Website for the Parish Council

The Parish Council is launching a new website. It’s had the current one for some time and it was state of the art in its day but recent developments, especially…

Electrical Waste Kerbside Collection – Help Our Community

Do you have electrical items that you no longer use or want? WISER Recycling can help you, and you can help your community. WISER Recycling are a local recycling company…

Fly Posting is Not 100% A Good Thing

The appearance of posters around the village,tied or pinned to lamp-posts and other convenient points, is to some extent an indication of the vibrancy in the village. Most of them…