Useful Contacts

Parish Council

Clerk: Liz Sim
Mercia Cottage, Brockley Road, Elsworth, Cambridge, CB23 4JS
01954 267664                                         clerk@elsworthvillage.com

Parish Councillors
Paul Solon (Chairman )
Peter Deer
Alan Farrow
Annie Howell ( Vice Chairman)
Margaret Stevenson
Parish Tree Warden
Paul Harding 267218 p.harding@canalbs.com  

County Councillor
Mandy Smith230248Mandy.Smith@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

District Councillors
Mark Howell01480 831348Cllr.Howell@scambs.gov.uk
Nick Wright267202Cllr.Wright@scambs.gov.uk

Fardell’s Lane Reserve Committee
Berry Kenny (Chairman)267504berry.kenny@sky.com

Please contact Councillors via the Clerk.

District Council

Main switchboard: 03450 450 500, or email scdc@scambs.gov.uk

  • Environmental health (for noise or other nuisances): Environmental Health Officer on 0345 045 0063 or email envhealth@scambs.gov.uk
  • For noise disturbance involving light aircraft on training flights from RAF Wyton, contact the Community Relations Manager on 01480 52451.

For District/County Council and MP contacts, see the Parish Council page.

Water mains, drains and sewers

Contact Cambridge Water www.cambridge-water.co.uk – 01223 706050.

For information regarding watercourses and riparian ownership please click here.

Pot-holes

Cambridgeshire County Council – southhighways@cambridgeshire.gov.uk – 01223 833717

Rubbish and Recycling

Click here for information about refuse collections in Elsworth.
For questions about wheelie bins, phone 0845 650 0280 (Monday to Saturday, 8am-8pm).

Faulty street lights

To make a useful report, you need the column number (either stenciled on the column, or on a plastic label about 6 feet up), the street name and the village.

If the column number begins “CCC”, report it to the County Council on 0800 253529 or email street.lighting@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

If the column number begins “SC”, report it to the District Council’s Environmental Health office on 01223 443145 or email envhealth@scambs.gov.uk

Flooding

In the event of flooding, we recommend you contact the specified authorities involved in dealing with emergencies. Please click here for more information.

Power Cuts

If you have a power cut, call 105 – a new, free service for people in England, Scotland and Wales. Find out more at www.powercut105.com