This months Working Party focused on widening footpaths at the end of West Perry. Once more, it was nice to meet some new people – Jakki, Louise and John – thank you everyone for your hard work! To see the party in action click on the link to the YouTube video below. If you’d like to join us in future months then have a look at the […]
Welcome to the Perry Parish Council Village Website, this site has been designed as a ‘one stop shop’ and hopefully will be a valuable source of information and news for residents and visitors alike.
Perry is a beautiful village situated on the south side of Grafham Water which is approximately six miles south west of Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
You’ll find the latest news and information about Parish Council and community activities within the website.
The Parish Council meets on the first Wednesday of most months at 7:30pm in either the Baptist Church or Grafham Water Centre (see list of meeting dates for full details).
Elsewhere on this site you can find the minutes and agendas of the Council meetings.
The Parish Council considers planning applications within the parish and makes recommendations to the Planning Authority, Huntingdonshire District Council. You can easily access current and past planning applications through our Planning page.
We have included a range of other information such as the Parish Council Annual Report, Standing Orders and Council policy documents.
The Chairman of the Parish Council, Nigel Noon says: “We hope that all visitors to the Perry Parish Council Website find it an useful and interesting resource and that it will be used as the first point of contact for village matters. We would welcome feedback about the site, via the contact form or for matters of the Parish Council via the Clerk.
The A14C2H group latest news release can be accessed via the following link. They have been nominated for the BBC Countryfile magazine ‘Conservation Success of the Year’ award – https://www.gov.uk/government/news/a14-cambridge-to-huntingdon-nominated-for-top-environmental-award. You can also find out more here – http://www.countryfile.com/bbc-countryfile-magazine-awards-2018 .
The Police in Huntingdon are looking for assistance in the development of online engagement within their communities. According to the Office for National Statistics, in 2017, 90% of households now have internet access and around 77% of adults use the internet “on the go”, with the highest levels of internet access being in London and the South East of England online communication is a highly effective method of communication. […]
Did you know that the village has a Defibrillator? The Defibrillator is located on the wall of the Wheatsheaf Public House (right hand side as you look the pub) and has a luminous sign above it. It is contained in a locked heated cabinet. To access the cabinet a call to the Emergency services is required, asking for the Ambulance service, stating your location and request the code […]