Road Closures October 2017 - see here
A14 Environment Update - October 2017 http://www.gov.uk/government/news/biggest-road-upgrade-leads-the-way-on-environment
Interested in health walks? Check out this website supported by Huntingdon District Council - www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/healthwalks
Hunts Forum Charity Assistance Available
If you are looking to set up any voluntary, community or charitable organisation then help could be available. Please read the attached document from - Hunts Forum
Bin Collections - Change of dates
Bin collection dates changed from Monday 27th February 2017.
You can use the following link for full details:- applications.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/applications/RefuseCalendarMVC/Home/Search
The Boundary Commission has now completed its review of Cambridge County Council.
A full copy of the report is available on website www.lgbce.org.uk
An interactive map of the final recommendations is available at www.consultaion.lgbce.org.uk
Public Consultation on the revision of cambridgeshire's strategy for flood risk management.
Please view the County Council's website for further information.
Windfarm - Latest
The following letter from TCI Renewables is the most recent information available:-
The decision letter is still available for you to view at the bottom of this page
Please contact operators directly for timetable details -
Stagecoach - Tel No 01223 433250 or email Cambridge.email@example.com; and
Whippet - Tel No 01954 230011 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to make a journey using Huntingdon Association for Community Transport (HACT) you will need to ring and book in advance. An existing bus pass may be used but a £15 yearly subscription is payable. HACT set routes include a weekly service to St Neots on a Thursday. Other destinations are also availble on Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday . For full details please phone 01480 411114.
Please help reduce fly-tipping in our village and surrounding areas
From April there will be a change to the date on which the Cambridgeshire County Council's Mobile Library comes to Southoe.
During February and March the library will continue to come on the third Friday of every month between 10.30 am - 10.45 am.
From April the library will come on the 2nd Wednesday of every month between 10.35 and 10.55 (outside the Church as normal).
The village of Southoe and the hamlet of Midloe are located just west of the A1 in Cambridgeshire between St Neots and Buckden.
The village is quiet and peaceful, surrounded by lovely countryside and farmers' fields, yet close enough to the large towns of St Neots and Huntingdon and the mainline to London, not to feel cut off.
There is a beautiful church, and you can read more of its history on this website.