Welcome to Hilton's Website


NMU Feasibility Study Report

Footpath between Hilton and St Ives

The second interim report from Transport Initiatives has been published and you can read a copy of the report HERE. (12MB)
  • This report is funded by Highways England A14 Community Fund managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF)
  • Transport Initiatives (TI) have been engaged by Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) to conduct a feasibility study to explore possible route options for use by non-motorised users (eg. walkers, cyclists, those using mobility scooters)
  • This report gives a thorough analysis of 6 options and we would love to hear your reactions and views about their recommendations – please complete our survey
  • You can also contact Steve Essex of TI directly whose email address is in the report
  • A leaflet and short survey are being distributed to introduce both the online survey and the public meeting with TI and CCC representatives – please participate in both.
The online survey can be found here – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6PJ8L7D

 

Representitives of the Parish Council, Transport Initiatives and CCC are holding a public meeting on the study on
Thursday 18th July at 19:30 in the 
Hilton Methodist Church.
Please come and share your views, ask questions and learn more

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Pidley International Teddy Bear Freefall Competition

Saturday 7th September from 10am onwards

At Rookery Farm, Fen Road, Pidley

More info can be found HERE and HERE


What was Hilton like eighty years ago at the beginning of the second world war? A National Register compiled on 29th September 1939 provides a remarkable insight into every household in Hilton. Evacuees had already arrived, but there was not enough room in the village school. The National Farm Survey, two years later, gives a detailed account of farming in the parish. There is so much which can be found out about Hilton at a critical point in its development.

I have brought all this together in a book so that everyone can share what I have discovered. If you would like a copy (£7 to help cover printing costs), please contact me at 3, Mill Hill End, or phone 07484 650209


Hilton Village Hall

Community Coffee Stop

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Every second Thursday of the month

11th April; 9th May; 13th June; 11th July and 8th August

2PM - 4PM

Join us for a quiet coffee or meet friends over a pot of tea

We will be running a 6 month pilot of a monthly meeting point for members of our village community - come along and join us


Hilton Produce Show

Sunday 28th July 2019 at 2pm

Please put your creative talents to designing, arranging, baking and growing so that we have a Show that reaches for the stars.

More information can be found HERE

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Hilton Action on Traffic (HAT) Funding Success

We are very pleased to announce that our application for LHI (Local Highways Improvement) has been successful

We need your help to decide in which locations we should use the SID and logger

More information can be found HERE


Hilton Feature on Radio Cambridgeshire Devine County

9th December 2018

Click HERE to hear excerpts


Arts Society Huntingdonshire

The Arts Society Huntingdonshire meets monthly in the Burgess Hall to listen to a lecture on an aspect of fine art. Subjects range from painting to sculpture, design, jewellery, architecture, photography, cartoons …even art fraud. Lecturers are selected at a national level and travel around the country to various societies. They are all excellent.

The programme for the first months of next year is typical of the variety in each series and can be found HERE


New - A14 Parish Bulletin, covering Feb to Mar 2018 - New

Please click HERE


*** Womens Institute 2019 Programme ***

Click HERE for more details


*** Hilton Art Club 2019 Programme ***

Click HERE for more details


 

 

Parish Council Meeting 3rd June 2019

 

Annual Parish Meeting 28th May 2019

 

Highways England A14 Motorway Upgrade presentation video

Slides used during presentation


WHAT'S NEW

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A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme fly-through


More Useful Village Links

NOTE: Archive Links have now been updated following closure of Google's Picasa Web Album

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What was Hilton like eighty years ago at the beginning of the second world war? A National Register compiled on 29th September 1939 provides a remarkable insight into every household in Hilton. Evacuees had already arrived, but there was not enough room in the village school. The National Farm Survey, two years later, gives a detailed account of farming in the parish. There is so much which can be found out about Hilton at a critical point in its development.

I have brought all this together in a book so that everyone can share what I have discovered. If you would like a copy (£7 to help cover printing costs), please contact me at 3, Mill Hill End, or phone 07484 650209

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 July 2019 14:33