Stapleford Parish Council meetingMarch 10     
Talk: The Cambridge Nature Network  James Littlewood, CEO of Cambridge Past, Present and FutureMarch 118-9.30pmZoom To reverse the local decline in biodiversity, our nature sites need to be better, bigger and more connected. One way to achieve this is through a local nature recovery network. The Cambridge Nature Network is based on five priority areas for recovery, including the Gog Magog Hills and River Cam Valley. To be successful it will need the support of local communities, local councils, government agencies, business, landowners, university colleges and charities. Initial work is being progressed by local charities Cambridge Past, Present & Future and Wildlife Trust BCN. James Littlewood is leading this work for CPPF, with whom 2G3S have a strong relationship. Wandlebury lies within Stapleford parish; 2G3S and CPPF jointly hosted an Apple Day there in 2019. After his talk James will answer questions both on the Cambridge Nature Network and more broadly about the work of CPPF itself. 
To take part, email greengroupssss@gmail.com with the heading ‘Cambridge Nature Network’, ‘8 April Planning’ or ‘Transport’ as appropriate, and you will be sent the link (and an agenda for the planning meeting) nearer the time. 
Changed collection day for black bin collectionsThursday April 8     
Changed collection day for blue and green bin collectionsWednesday April 14     
Stapleford Parish Council meetingApril 14     
Changed collection day for black bin collectionsWednesday May 5     
Stapleford Parish Council annual parish meetingMay 5     
Stapleford Parish Council meetingMay 12     
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