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Help Shape the Future of Huntingdonshire’s Green Spaces

Parks, play areas and open spaces are important parts of our community. They are places we can enjoy, where we can relax and have fun. They are also spaces that can help improve our health and well-being. Huntingdonshire District Council is developing a Healthy Open Spaces and Play Strategy which will protect and enhance these spaces for the benefit of the community.

Everyone who lives or works in Huntingdonshire is invited to let the District Council know what they think about parks, open spaces and play areas, whether the use them or not. If you have a few minutes please complete a survey at www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/parksurvey. If you’d prefer a hard copy please contact Sarah on 01952 433211 or email her at research@pleydellsmithyman.co.uk

You have until Friday 4 October to complete the questionnaire.

Have your say on the future of March, Chatteris and Whittlesey

The Growing Fenland project has produced draft masterplans for March, Whittlesey and Chatteris, which aim to bring jobs, infrastructure and growth to each of the towns.

These masterplans set out a long-term vision for each place and a set of ideas for making that vision a reality. Now is the time for residents to have their say. You can read the document for each town, have your say on which ideas are the best and what else should be included in them via the links on the Fenland District Council website. The consultation finishes on 26 July.

A masterplan for Wisbech is also being developed and will be consulted on as part of the I Heart Wisbech project. An over-arching strategy document is also being developed by Fenland District Council and local partners. The strategy document will address the wider issues that are common to towns and villages across Fenland.