Community News, latest bits

This page is dedicated to the latest bits of news from, or related to, our community.   
We use various sources, and would like to thank Trumpington Residents Association for their valuable contributions.
If you have some bits of news that you think would be of interest to our community, please send an email to: signalboxgm@gmail.com.


Food Hub

The Community Food Hub continues to operate from the Pavilion on Tuesdays and Fridays from noon to 3 pm.

See https://trumpington.info/trumpington-community-fridge-and-food-hub/

Click here for some images of the great work being undertaken.

Look out for a TRA Hot Topic with an update on the Top Up Shopping and a further new initiative.


Stagecoach

To allow for social distancing on our buses, we’ve had to limit the numbers of customers on board. If your bus has a BUS FULL sign, please be prepared to wait for the next bus. For more details about travelling on our buses click here.


The Weekly Good

Cambridge City Council has launched an e-newsletter for residents listing creative activities and events to engage with from home. To read more click here and to subscribe click here

Also there is https://www.thestayinginn.org.uk/

Dates for the diary
1 – 31 May – National Walking MonthMake May Purple /Action On Stroke MonthNational Share-a-Story MonthLocal and Community History month
18 May – 18 June – National Smile Month


Updates from Cambridge Biomedical Campus Communication & Cambridge University Hospital 

Click here to view CBC (a lot of useful and varied links contained within) and click here to view CUH.
Addition of an update from Royal Papworth Hospital to read here.


Tree & Wild Flower Walks at Wandlebury – watch online

Cambridge Past, Present and Future has posted a lovely virtual Wild Flower Walk at Wandlebury.

Their latest blog post considers some of the ways that Covid-19 is changing our thinking and asks whether we need to pause for a moment and to reflect on how we might plan communities in the future. Click here to read more

You find more details, and how you can help raise funds for Wandlebury Country Park and Coton Countryside Reserve by participating in their 2.6 Challenge by visiting the Cambridge Past, Present & Future website.


Shared Waste Services

Residents in Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire are being asked to put their green bins out on their normal days from Monday 4 May as part of a phased reintroduction of garden waste collections.

Click the bins to check the Council collection calendar.