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Monday June 24th, 2019

Gamlingay Parish Council

Gamlingay NHW Update :-

We are pleased to inform you that we have not been made aware of any incidents, in the village, since our last update.

In that update, we mentioned that we had been made aware of a rise in Anti Social Behaviour in Gamlingay. We spoke to our PCSO about this on her last visit to the village. During that visit, she had 5 people who all spoke to her about ASB, but her records showed only 1 call to 101 had been made. Not long ago, nearly 1000 people in this village signed a petition asking for more police presence here. The only way we will get that is if you good folk make calls to 101 when you see anything suspicious, or Anti -Social going on.

LOOK OUT FOR YOUR NEIGHBOURS, STAY SAFE, ANYTHING SUSPICIOUS / ANTI- SOCIAL, CALL 101 OR REPORT IT ON-LINE.
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Friday June 21st, 2019

Gamlingay Parish Council

Great to be at the official opening of Gamlingay Village Primary this afternoon and the high tea organised by the Friends of GVP. Good to see such a brilliant turnout supporting our local school - including the sunshine! Thank you for the tour round the amazing facilities for our young people. The Parish Council also recently donated £500 towards the storytelling area in memory of Evan. 🤩📚🎒🏫👩‍🏫🌞😎 ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday June 18th, 2019

Gamlingay Parish Council

Love wildflowers?
Could you be our village wildflower champion? 🐝🐝🌼🌸🌺🥀
The Parish Council is hoping that someone might volunteer to distribute the bag of poppy seeds that have been donated at the appropriate time and place (somewhere on Millbrook Meadows) and also look after the wildflower mound outside the Kier suite. Minimal maintenance is required. Please get in touch if you are interested. Many thanks!
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Tuesday June 18th, 2019

Gamlingay Parish Council

Defibrillator
We really hope it is not needed, but please remember we do have a community defib here at the Hub. It has been taken out several times since installation - latest today 🙁. If you call an ambulance in an emergency and they think a defib might be needed, they will give you the code to get it out. It is accessible 24/7.
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