These routes operate from Monday to Saturday (except Wednesday):
901: Ashley – Cheveley – Newmarket
Big Green Bus Company
902: Newmarket – Kirtling – Cheveley – Newmarket
Big Green Bus Company
Full details and up-to-date timetables of these and more local bus routes is available on the Cambridgeshire County Council website.
The mobile library comes to Cheveley on the 4th Wednesday of every month.
Location: Cheveley, Holland Park, CB8 9DL
Further information can be found on the Cambridgeshire County Council website.
The planning process and details about current local planning applications can be found on this website
It explains how the process is undertaken, outlines the procedure and also lists all of the submitted, pending and approved local planning permissions.
You can search and sort applications by using this link. Documents pertaining to each application can be found by using the search facility on this link. There are a number of search options depending on the amount of information you have, but the Parish you are searching under is Cheveley. This covers both the North and South Wards.
If you subscribe to Twitter you can follow the submissions and decisions made at planning meetings by following @ECDCPlanning
Full details of the rubbish and recycling collection service is available on the District Council website.
Recycling facilities are also available at the recreation ground for glass, paper, plastic bottles and tin cans.
Ely South policing team
Ely South crime map
Police Community Support Officer
Tel: 101 email: email@example.com
Non emergency telephone number:
In an emergency, always dial 999. You should dial 999 if lives are in danger or if there is serious risk of injury, if a serious crime is happening or if a criminal is still at the scene. In all other cases, and for general enquiries, please call 101. This number is staffed by specially trained operators, 24 hours a day, seven days a week including bank holidays.
The Mature & Active programme is coordinated by East Cambridgeshire District Council and brings together physical activity, sport and leisure. The programme promotes healthy living for people over the age of 50 within East Cambridgeshire.
An informal group made up of Five Parish Paths Partnership Co-ordinators, Parish Clerks and Parish Councillors and walking enthusiasts.
For the latest details of their upcoming walks, visit www.fiveparisheswalks.com
Potholes, road damage, gritting, bridle paths, footpaths and road works are all the responsibility of Cambridgeshire County Council’s Highways Department. If you notice any problems please do let the Parish Council know but also, report them to Highways through the link, below:
To view their main website, please go to:
If you are a local landowner and have a hedge backing onto a footpath, please be aware of your responsibilities: