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Litlington Parish Council

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The Council was very saddened to hear that HRH the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has passed away. On behalf of the community of Litlington  we join the millions of people to pay tribute to him and his lifetime achievements.  Through loyal dedication, personality and hard work he was an integral part of national life and he will be sorely missed.

When he married the then Princess Elizabeth in 1947 neither of them could have anticipated that she would be called upon so soon to take over from her father, the beloved late King George VI, at a time of national and obviously personal grief. Prince Philip unfailingly supported Her Majesty during a long reign in which the world emerged from a period of appalling conflicts, managed social challenges of a magnitude never previously seen and embraced developments in science and technology on a breathtaking scale. Her Majesty’s unwavering presence, with the Prince at her side, has been a constant source of comfort and confidence. The Queen has publicly acknowledged Prince Philip’s steadfast support over this very long period and we too wish to recognize this support.

Prince Philip combined these duties with a strong sense of family responsibility and we send our most sincere and loyal condolences to Her Majesty and to the whole of the family.

Litlington Parish Council


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Double bag black bin waste if suffering Covid symptoms

The Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service has also published advice on handling waste if your household is displaying symptoms of Coronavirus.

If you're experiencing the main symptoms - a new, continuous cough and/or a high temperature - please be very careful when disposing of your personal waste (including used tissues and disposable cleaning cloths/wipes) at home. The advice for disposal of this waste is as follows:

  1. It should be put in a plastic rubbish bag and tied when full
  2. The plastic bag should then be placed in a second bin bag and tied
  3. It should be kept separate from other waste in suitable secure place on your property for 72 hours before being placed in the black bin as normal

The principle behind this method is that after 72 hours outside the body, the virus is no longer viable. This approach will help keep bin collection crews as safe as possible.

Other household rubbish and recycling should be treated as normal.

If you or anyone in your home is self-isolating or is confirmed as having Coronvirus, Cambridgeshire County Council are politely asking that you do not go to any of their Household Recycling Centres.

Find out more about your local bin collection services at or

Residents who experience any waste-related difficulties during this period are asked to email or call 03450 450 063. Please note that it may take longer than usual to receive a response as the service adapts to different working practices.

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Greater Cambridge Local Plan: The First Conversation

For the first time ever, Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council
are preparing a joint Local Plan for the Greater Cambridge area: and this time we want to do
better than ever before at working with you all to make it happen

We will be starting a big conversation with the community, with many different ways to get
involved, online and offline, on Monday 13 January. Please look out for more information
nearer the time, and get in touch at

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Cambridgeshire Energy Switch

A Collective energy switching scheme, which may save you money on your energy bills, from Cambridgeshire County Council working in partnership with iChooser.

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