Parish council meeting
The Parish meeting on May 22 includes a decision on an access road on the Rec, if a village fun run should go ahead and what the village should do about the 31 bus.
Footpath bid rejected
Proposals to create a footpath between Garden Fields and Bradmere Lane have been refused by the county council.
Village bus to be axed
The 31 bus linking Little Shelford with Cambridge is to be scrapped.
The Pavilion fundraising has now reached £113,000 the Parish Council heard at its meeting on March 27. They announced that 2 allotments and 30mph stickers are now available.
New Lawrence Johnston book
An updated biography of famous garden designer Lawrence Johnston has been published.
Library times changing
Opening times at Great Shelford library have changed.
Criminal damage was caused at a farm in Whittlesford Road in March. Offender(s) entered onto the property, and proceeded to break the lock on the barrier gaining access to the yard. Nothing was taken, but the lock was later found in a hedge near to the barrier.
Parish Council decisions
The start date for the allotments standpipe, car vandalism in the village and the size of Little Shelford's council tax bills were all discussed at the recent Parish Council meeting.
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Pavilion appeal reaches £100k
Fundraising for the new sports pavilion has now topped £100,000.
Pilates for skiers
Pilates sessions for skiers are now being run in Little Shelford.
Can you lend a hand?
Volunteers are need to help with the village's new youth club.
History book published
A Record of Shelford Parva, a 100 year-old book about the history of Little Shelford, has been republished.
The village environment group is looking for new volunteers.
Our Local plan
No to accommodation
Proposals to house up to 50 foreign workers on the edge of the village have been rejected.
It's raining women
Little Shelford based Cambridge Raincoat Company has been featured on the DailyTelegraph website while MD Sally Guyer has been picked as an entrepreneur to watch.
New village picnic bench
A new picnic bench has been installed by the Village Pond in Bradmere Lane. News
Lock at the Wale Rec
The main gate to the Wale Recreation Ground is now being locked.
The recent heavy rain caused flooding in parts of the village.
New tree for Manor Road
The Manor Road tree has finally been replaced. News
Little Shelford novel
A crime novel set in the village will be published in 2013.
A book of poems that features the Obelisk in Little Shelford has just been published.
Fun run planned for the village
A Shelford fun run along the High Street, Whittlesford Road and Church Street is planned for September.
Village green gets the green light
Proposals for a new village green for Little Shelford have been given the green light.
Details have emerged of a visit by Edward VII to Little Shelford. The episode is included in a book that has just emerged called A Record of the Shelfords Manga and Parva in Cambridgeshire.
The sound of money
Little Shelford resident Tim Leech avoided the Sound of Music for 43 years. But he watched and even sangalong in fancy dress on Jan 19 - after we pledged £1370. He's pictured (copyright Cambridge News) with organiser Ruth Shah.
Wale Rec in the snow
Photo by Alexander Martin on Jan 14 2013
This was the scene at the Wale Recreation Ground on December 23. Photo by Gail Pilkington.
Parish Council decisions
Demanding action about our "shocking" pavements, a 40 mph limit for Whittlesford Road and water for the allotments were the key decisions at the November Parish Council meeting.
Better broadband for Little Shelford
Superfast broadband has come a big step closer for Little Shelford following the go ahead for a scheme in and around Cambridge announced today.
Auction of promises
The auction of promises for the new sports pavilion on November 17 raised £7,000.
One of three trees given to Little Shelford to mark the Queen's Jubilee has been broken. The Parish Council is now trying to find out how it happened.
Little Shelford news
A major proposal to bring fast broadband to Little Shelford as part of a Cambridge bid, garages available in Beech Close and water finally being provided at the allotments were all discussed at the September Parish council meeting.
An experiment to encourage more birdlife is having positive results on a Little Shelford farm.
Church prints for sale
Beautiful hand tinted prints of the Church are being sold to raise money for the new pavilion.
Broadband campaign warms up
More than 30% of villagers have now signed up for faster broadband for Little Shelford.
Parish Council decisions
At it's July meeting, the Parish Council:
Jubilee street party
This is a picture from the Jubilee street party, as featured in The Sunday Mirror. More pictures here.
Footpath sign installed
A sign promoting the footpaths on Bradmere Lane and the Clay Pits has just been unveiled. Footpaths
Local medal sold
The Military Cross won by John Pares Wilson from Little Shelford has just changed hand on Ebay for over £1,000.
Tony Orgee and Gail Kenney won the two local seats in the County Council elections.
The Great Little Shelford bake off and cake sale organised by Neil Orpwood raised £475 for the new Sports Pavilion.
There are 7 events in Little Shelford in April including a cake sale, a quiz, a bowls try-out, a history talk about Sutton Hoo and the annual village meeting.
New village sign
A new village sign situated on a new village green has been given the go ahead by the Parish Council.
Sunday opening times at the village pub, The Navigator, are changing.
Former missionary dies
Greta Hague, a former missionary and the wife of a former well known and respected Rector of All Saints has died. Her obituary appeared in The Times.
There have been two burglaries in Whittlesford Road, Little Shelford in the last month.
House prices up
House prices in Little Shelford rose by almost 3% in 2012 according property website Zoopla.
70 minute wait for ambulance
A meal delivery service is now available for elderly people living in the village.
Six garages are available for rent in the village.
A memorial for Ivor Pearl, who died earlier this year, was unveiled on the Wale Recreation Ground on September 23.
Village speed checks
Police have been carrying out speed checks in Little Shelford and the surrounding village. 5 tickets have been issued in the last week.
War hero dies
Air Commodore James Coward, who was based in Little Shelford during WW2 when he flew spitfires out of Duxford before serving on Winston Churchill's personal staff has died. He was 97.
Children's book and all the thrillers from the phone box library were stolen on June 25. Phonebox library .
A planning application for the new Sports and Community Pavilion has been granted.
The enquiry into an alleged footpath route from Garden Fields to Bradmere Lane started in February. Footpaths
Little Shelford Parish Plan was created so that the Parish Council could understand more clearly the views and the aspirations of the villagers.
Two-thirds of people in the village completed a questionnaire. Now an Action Plan of activities has been drawn up to improve those facilities, issues and issues that need attention.Parish Plan