A public meeting has been called to decide how Little Shelford might have its own community wood?


A tractor has been stolen in Little Shelford


Volunteer Good Neighbours are needed in Little Shelford


1st Shelford Guides have been saved.


Thousands of people from Great Shelford, Little Shelford and Stapleford were woken by a rave on the edge of Little Shelford in August.

Four new bus stop signs known as flags have been erected in Little Shelford.


Little Shelford's second cricket team have been promoted for the second time in two years.


Repairs at All Saints Church have been successfully completed.


The fence around the Little Shelford has been damaged by vandals using the cricket roller.


Read about the actions and decisions from the July parish council meeting.


A new book about some of the people in Little Shelford has been published.


A nine year old girl from Little Shelford has climbed Britain's three highest mountains to raise money for Jimmy's Night Shelter.


A house in Little Shelford has been struck by lightening.


Villager Ian Beaton has completed his 315 kms running race through the Welsh mountains.


Christine Ruffles and Penny Saich are really pleased to report that the Arthur Rank fundraiser raised the excellent sum of £1,650.

So many grateful thanks for all the support and for the many delicious food contributions .



More than 80 people attended the first village sing-along



Doug Walker, Little Shelford's oldest resident has died aged 102.


Ray Saich is Little Shelford's new villager of the year. 


Almost £2,000 has been given to local groups by the Little Shelford Entertainments Committee.




The Parish Council has decided not to increase its share of the Council Tax bills.




The Navigator pub has had a face lift.
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This photo of the Little Shelford pond by Brie Lury was the winner of the Shelford photo competition.


The results of the Little Shelford Good Neighbours survey have been published.



A house in the High Street has had grass snakes in the garden over the summer.


A Green group in the Shelfords and Stapleford wants new volunteers from Little Shelford. They have just launched a new website. (external link)



A historical Celtic woad grinder has been found near Little Shelford.



Fungus spotted in Bradmere Lane - photo by Dave Pate.


Looks like our twin town, Verneuilles, in France has borrowed an idea from Little Shelford.


A  book about Little Shelford is now available to buy.



The iconic milestone in Whittlesford Road has been beautifully repainted by village volunteer Bill Savin.


A drone flight around the nearby obelisk has emerged.


The water pump in High Street has been spruced up by villager Bill Savin.




A winter's day in Little Shelford by Ruth Shah.


The official opening of what is probably the smallest village green in England and the new sign by our MP Heidi Allen made headlines in the Cambridge News. See our photo gallery of the opening.




Former Parish Councillor David Munro is pictured with the new Defibrillator he has helped organise for the village - its been installed on the wall of the Navigator.
     
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Little Shelford is a village located five miles south of Cambridge in the county of Cambridgeshire 
 
It has a population of 840 according to the 2011 census (798 in 2001) and 336 homes.
 

The village has one pub, The Navigator, on the High Street and Winners, a fish and chip shop and Chinese takeaway.

  

Little Shelford has grown slowly over the centuries. In 1801, Litle Shelford's population was 220. In 1861 it was 474 and in 1891 494. In 1901 it was 441. By 1961 the population of Little Shelford was 717.  

 
 
 
 

 


The October Great Shelford
electronic newsletter is out. Headlines include; 

The proposed route for a new public transport route on the edge of Great Shelford and Stapleford has been published.

Great Shelford will be featured on BBC Countryfile 

 

Shelford school wants your help to help win £20,000 

 

The Great Shelford Health Centre has hit back at criticism about how difficult it can be to get an appointment.

 

Two vans have been broken into in Great Shelford.

 

There were a record 348 finishers in the Shelford Fun Run (external link).


Noel Young
's wine bar is ringing the changes on Sundays.

 

Train set building is being introduced at Arthur's Shed at the Arthur Rank Hospice in October.

  

Did you know there’s going to be a free firework display in Great Shelford?

 


More and sign up at http://bit.ly/2I7yKOQ



Little Shelford Hall was destroyed by fire 90 years ago on February 24 1929. This was part of the press coverage of the fire.



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Edward Maitland from Little Shelford was on the first airship flight across the Atlantic in 1919.


One of Little Shelford's water pumps and a house that no longer exists in High Street are featured on a postcard that was recently  for sale on ebay. There are hundreds of old photos and pictures of Little Shelford in days gone by on a special history website.



https://sites.google.com/site/littleshelfordhistory/home/first-world-war-manoeuvres-in-little-shelford

World War One manoeuvres by troops in Little Shelford have been highlighted in a new book.

https://sites.google.com/site/littleshelfordcouncil/home/little-shelford-photos-1

The village sign on the smallest village green in England photographed by Ruth Shah at sunrise on Jan 2 2018. See more of Ruth's Little Shelford photos here.


Little Shelford Online has a fascinating new section, focussing on cultural offerings in and around the village.

https://sites.google.com/site/littleshelfordcouncil/home/cultural-corner



A photo of Fanny Wale, Little Shelford's first historian who died in 1936, has emerged.

She wrote and illustrated a book called A Record of Shelford Parva   between 1908 and 1919.



A rare postcard of Little Shelford Hall, which burnt down in 1929, has emerged.
You can read about the hall on the Little Shelford history website.



Sunset over Little Shelford, Jan 18 2017 by Ruth Shah.



There's a mystery about a nurse who died in a fire 100 years ago - but no one knows why she is buried in Little Shelford churchyard.


The mystery of a house that was due to be re-built in Little Shelford 50 years ago has re-emerged.




A new village sign was finally installed in November. It is part of a new mini village green created at the junction of Church Street and Manor Road. 
 

         
 
 
More than 300 people turned up to see former England cricket captain Tony Lewis (pictured left) open the new £380,000 sports pavilion.
 
Read the background story of how the Pavilion was created and how to book it here.
 
The village pub The Navigator has a new outside terrace.


                   

https://sites.google.com/site/littleshelfordhistory/photos


This newly-discovered photo of the High Street in Little Shelford, complete with horses and carts, in one of dozens of old photos on the village's history website.
 

 

A fascinating book about the history of Little Shelford has been republished- and you have a chance to buy your own copy. It would make a great Christmas present for history lovers.

                   
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.
         

                         
           
 
 
 
  
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