Gamlingay Parish Council updated their status.
Wednesday July 6th, 2022
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⭐️🏃♀️ Watch the Queen’s Baton Relay and enjoy a day of FREE family fun next Saturday (July 9) from 12.30 to 7.30pm at the Wellcome Genome Campus in Hinxton with:⭐️Fairground rides⭐️Food⭐️Crafts⭐️Sporting events⭐️Science activities⭐️Family fun runThe jam-packed Science and Sport Fun Day will welcome the Queen’s Baton Relay at around 3pm, visiting ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.📌TICKETS ARE FREE BUT LIMITED SO BOOK IN ADVANCE BY JULY 6: https://eventbrite.com/e/science-and-sport-fun-day-tickets-347943697967/…Select option Community Group Tickets and book Park & Ride tickets at the same time as parking is limited.👉 Unfortunately dogs aren't allowed to join their human friends. 💦 Bring your own water bottles to refill.🚙 Leave the car at home and use alternative transport. But if you have no option but to travel by car, then the free Park & Ride service operates until the end of the event.#QBR2022 #CommonWealthGames2022 ... See MoreSee Less
WARNING - Police report an increase in motorbike theftsWe're writing today to warn residents to secure their bikes following a rise in motorbike thefts across the county.Unsecure motorcycles, scooters and mopeds are being targeted by thieves as they are lightweight and can be wheeled away easily.Since the beginning of June (to 5 July) there has been 63 reported thefts across the county.Cambridge - 38East Cambs - 1Fenland - 5Huntingdon - 1Peterborough - 14South Cambs - 4We’re seeing an increase in mopeds, scooters and motorbikes of all makes and models being taken from driveways, car parks and public places by simply being wheeled away.Thieves only need a matter of seconds to steal a moped, scooter or motorcycle, especially if they are left with poor security. We’re asking people to ‘lock, chain and cover’. LockUse a disc lock to help secure the front brake disc.ChainUse a chain lock through the back wheel and where possible secure your bike, with the lock, to an immovable object like a ground anchor or street furniture.CoverThieves often ‘shop’ for particular models. Using a cover instantly makes it less attractive to them.There are other measures you can take including fitting an alarm, marking parts of the bike to make them difficult for criminals to sell on, keeping your bike in a garage or shed or in a well-lit area with CCTV.Further information and advice is available here https://www.cambs.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/keeping-vehicles-safe/theft-motorcycles-scooters/Kind Regards,Detective Chief Inspector Alan Page ... See MoreSee Less
Protect your motorcycle, moped or scooter from theft