Author: Jo Lewis
POLICE officer Michelle Dodd was thanked for more than 10-years loyal service to Cam at a meeting held at Cam Parish Council.
Michelle, a police community support officer, is moving to a new post after 11-years in the area.
Chairman of Cam Parish Council, Brian Whatling, presented Michelle with a commemorative glass plaque on behalf of the parish of Cam.
He said: "Michelle has been a regular and friendly... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 19 Mar 2019 13:46 by Jo Lewis
TWO PLAY AREAS IN CAM TO BE CLOSED FOR UP-GRADING
WOODFIELD play park off Hadley Road in Cam is due to be temporarily closed next week to allow for the regeneration and up-grading of the equipment and surfacing.
The play park and the footpath running through the middle of it will be securely fenced off from Monday 29 October for five weeks. During this time the area will be transformed with new play... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 23 Oct 2018 11:30 by Jo Lewis
AN ANCIENT horse chestnut tree is to be removed from Hopton Green in Cam after a combination of diseases has left it decaying and slowly dying.
The tree, which is thought to be approximately 120-years old, is suffering from leaf miners, leaf fungus and a bacterial infection called bleeding canker. It has advancing decay in its stem and crown bowl.
Cam Parish Council has been aware of the condition of... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 14:00 by Jo Lewis
Card sales at Cam Parish Council offices raised an incredible £150.00 for diagnostic imaging charity Cobalt.
Generous callers to the council offices bought the charity's up-cycled birthday and Christmas cards throughout 2017.
The Cheltenham based charity invests in equipment, research and education to ensure everyone has access to the best medical imaging possible.
A spokesman said: "Cam helped... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 05 Feb 2018 12:13 by Jo Lewis
More than one hundred people signed a tree charter at Cam Parish Council standing up for the UK's woodlands.
Led by the Woodland Trust, the Charter for Trees, Woods and People sets out how people and trees benefit each other and will guide policy and practice in tree protection in the UK.
Information sheets were displayed in the foyer of Cam Parish Council and 102 people signed to show their support.... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 08 Dec 2017 11:08 by Jo Lewis
Cam Parish Council has recently paid for the clearance of the drainage ditch at Rackleaze Nature Reserve due to the illegal fly-tipping of green waste causing the blocking of the ditch¸ damaging the habitat¸ and attracting rats.
Rackleaze Nature Reserve is home to many protected species including water vole¸ otter¸ and bats. The protected species must be taken into consideration... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 03 Oct 2017 09:37 by Jo Lewis