What safety issues matter to you and how do you feel about safety in our area?
This survey by a partnership of Police, Fire, Ambulance, NHS and Probation service will collect your views. It takes only a few minutes to complete and will close on Sunday 26 July 2020.
The results will affect priorities established by the Partners.
South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is made up of representatives from South Cambs District Council, Cambridgeshire County Council, Police, Fire and Rescue Service and the NHS and Probation Service, who work together to deal with local crime and anti-social behaviour issues. This survey aims to collate information from the public on perceptions of safety within their communities. This survey is extremely important in the current climate where the Covid-19 pandemic prevents face to face community engagement. The results of this survey will directly affect the way in which community safety in certain geographical locations is prioritised among the statutory bodies within the South Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership.
The CSP will can collate as many responses from residents and ultimately help communities feel safer in the areas in which they live. The survey will close on Sunday 26th July 2020
The Parish Council met on Thursday 9th July, 7:30pm via Zoom. The agenda and minutes are linked below.
Linked below is the new update being sent by the Greater Cambridge Planning service detailing the work they are carrying out.
The Parish Council met on Thursday 14th May, 7:30pm via Zoom. The agenda, minutes and supporting documents are linked below. Agenda Minutes 2005-00 Key Documents 9 May 2020 2005-10 Peter McDonald Parish Report May 2020 2005-17 Babraham Parish Council – … Continue reading
The Parish Council met on Thursday 9th April, 7:30pm. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus issues this meeting was held remotely (as per recently confirmed legislation) using Zoom. The agenda. minutes and supporting documents are linked below. Agenda Minutes Peter McDonald … Continue reading
The Heartsafe defibrillator – sited on a pole near the village postbox opposite The George Inn – is now installed and registered.
The defibrillator is designed to be used by people who have no experience of helping a person with a suspected heart attack.
All you need to know is on the cabinet and you will be given instructions by the defibrillator. To protect the contents, the cabinet is locked and you will need a four-digit code from the ambulance service to unlock it.
If you are supporting a heart attack victim, simply call 999 as usual: the operator will check for the need for a defibrillator and will let you know where the defibrillator is and the access code.
The operator will help you along with the guidance provided by the defibrillator system.
If you’d like to watch a video explaining how it work, please go to http://www.heartsafe.org.uk/how-an-aed-works
Remote Council Meetings Following changes to legislation, Council meeting can be held remotely. Since then, Babraham Parish Council has hed meetings remotely by Zoom. Prior to legislation (posted 2 April 2020) As of 30 March, we do not know how … Continue reading
If you want our help to collect shopping or prescriptions or other important items, please contact the Clerk, Don Powell on: email@example.com or 07786858220
All our Councillors and several residents have volunteered to help. The Clerk will get in touch with the name of the supporter who will call and, for security, will provide a unique number that only you and the supporter will know.
The supporter will work to current guidelines on contact and travel.
Specfic updates on Cornavirus and the Parish Council response can be found on Coronavirus page