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Your site for information on the Cambridgeshire village of Isleham

Policies


Facilities for Hire & Rent

Allotments


Dunstall allotments Station Road & Three Tree allotments Beck Road

Contact

Mrs.Diane Bayliss

37 Croft Road

Isleham

Tel: 01638 781687

(during normal office hours)

e.mail: islehamparishcouncil@eastcambs.gov.uk


Isleham Parish Council have allotments to rent on Station Road (Dunstall Allotment) and Beck Road (Three Tree Allotment).

Use contact above.


Whilst people who rent the plots adjacent to hedges are expected to keep the hedges tidy & trimmed, hedges should not be cut until after July 31st. This is to ensure nesting birds have fledged the nests.





Allotment Rules

All Weather Surface Area (AWSA) (On the Recreation Ground)

Being renamed to:  Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA)


Contact

Mrs. Diane Bayliss

37, Croft road

Isleham

Tel: 01638 781687

Open 9.00 am - 10 pm

£15.32 (inc VAT) per hour for all activities

The Bowls Club


Contact:


Secretary    Mr Terry Pinder,   45 New Street, Chippenham 01638 720875


Hall Bookings  Mrs Doreen Raven, Jubilee Close 01638 780836


Club Captain  Barry Grimwood, 112 The Causeway 01638 781943


Open every day.

New members of any age are always welcome

Garden bonfires: the rules


There are no laws against having a bonfire, but there are laws for the nuisance they can cause.


Burning domestic waste

You can’t get rid of household waste if it will cause pollution or harm people’s health. This includes burning it.


You can get rid of household or garden waste by composting or recycling it. Contact your local council to find out how to dispose of garden waste and about recycling in your area.


Danger to traffic by smoke

You could be fined if you light a fire and you allow the smoke to drift across the road and become a danger to traffic.


Complain about a neighbour’s bonfire

Your council can issue an ‘abatement notice’ if a neighbour’s bonfire is causing a nuisance. A bonfire must happen frequently to be considered a nuisance.


Your neighbour can be fined up to £5,000 if they don’t stick to the notice.



Extracted from the GOV.UK website