Comberton Parish Council Vacancy – Co-option opportunity updated

There is an opportunity to fill a vacancy on the Parish Council by co-option.

Comberton Parish Council Notice of councillor vacancy

If you are interested in becoming a Parish Councillor and can fulfil the eligibility criteria then please contact the clerk via email [at]

The closing date for submissions is Thursday 6th October.


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Agenda for October Parish Council Meeting to be published

There is an Extraordinary Parish Council meeting on September 15th postponed to 3rd November to hear from Endurance Estates about their major development south of Branch Road. The Agenda is here CPC Extraordinary Meeting Nov 3

You can find the agenda for the Parish Council meeting for October here soon.

The Planning Committee meeting  for the Wednesday 8th September 2022 agenda is here

Village Handyperson required

The Parish Council is looking for a reliable person to undertake an important role in maintaining the Recreation Ground and Pavilion facilities and equipment and also the wider village assets.  The job requires 10 hours per week which can be conducted on a flexible basis plus there may be opportunities for overtime as and when issues arise.

The rate of pay is £12.50 per hour, which is reviewed annually.

For more details click here

Comberton Greenway Meeting 8th July

As you may be aware, the Greater Cambridgeshire Partnership has been developing proposals for the Greenways, which will provide 12 safe, convenient, and attractive active travel routes between Cambridge and its surrounding villages and communities.

They would like to update you on progress and seek your views on the design of the Comberton Greenway as public engagement on the route design starts in July. The route would provide safer and better connections between Comberton, Hardwick, Coton and the city for people walking, cycling and where appropriate equestrian use.

For the Comberton Greenway, they will be running two public engagement workshops:

  • In-person drop-in session: Friday 8th July at from 2 to 7pm at Comberton Village Hall
  • Virtual session:                                   Thursday 20th July on Zoom (registration required)

These workshops will give members of the public the opportunity to learn more about the project, ask the project team questions and provide their views.

They will also place information and a survey online for those who are unable to attend the workshops or for those who wish to provide more feedback, which can be return online, by phone or by requesting a paper copy. More information will be provided in due course online at: