Developments

Birches Tye (Hopkins Homes)
Started in 2016. 70 units (52 Private and 18 Affordable.)
Birches Tye
Birches Tye (Hopkins Homes)
The Anchor Pub Garden
June 2016, 2 new houses by the river
Dyson's Drove
4 Houses (2016-2017)
Dyson's Drove
Burwell Farm has been bought by the National Trust at a cost of 1.7 million pounds
Flashy National Trust leaflets through the post confirm that the National Trust has acquired 450 acres of land to extend and help preserve the Fen extending from Wicken. See the
Wicken National Trust Site
for more info.
Copperfield Way (Off Isaacson Road)
Another development currently underway (Nov. 2004)
Factory Site re-development
Latest Update (9-June-2002): Construction continues:
Latest Update (27-Apr-2004): Most of the estate is now complete:
Jubilee Green
This park has been updated and improved (Nov. 2004)
New Library
Now completed and open for business (Jan. 2006)
New Skate Park
The skate park is now Complete (Nov. 2004)
Browns of Burwell development
The Browns of Burwell site in North Street has been acquired by
Twigden Homes
. They will be presenting their development plans for the site at the
Parish Council
meeting in the Jubilee Reading Room on the 30th July 2003.
Brown's Site as of February 2004

Construction well under way (Nov. 2004)
New Woodland
The two woods recently planted should help improve the quality of life in the village. These are Priory Wood between Priory Close and Weirs Drove at Crowhall Farm
Events
Action
Volunteer Opportunities
at Burwell Day Centre Contact Elly on 01638 743363
For more infromation.
• Aura Power, a renewable energy developer, is looking to develop a battery-based energy storage system (BESS) on land at Weirs Drove, Burwell

View PDF File
Proposed Battery Storage Facility - Parish Council Questions and Answers
More information on RADE Web Site
Area Photos
FynNet
Burwell Lode Bridge
Burwell - St Mary's Church
Burwell Windmill
Burwell Lode
Village News
Burwell Surgery NHS Flu Jab
Our Saturday open clinics are on Saturday 29th September for adults only 9.00-12.00 noon.
In October, Saturday 20th from 9.00-12.00 noon - just turn up!
Can't make an open clinic? - book your appointment with Reception.
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
UK's railway stations with most train delays revealed
Ten of Britain's busiest stations have seen more than half of all trains in 2018 delayed, research finds.
Dark web paedophile Matthew Falder's sentence reduced
Matthew Falder, branded one of Britain's most "prolific paedophiles", was initially jailed for 32 years.
Four in court over 200 burglary conspiracy across East
The burglaries, in which £2m-worth of goods were taken, happened between February and December 2017.
Pasta, sauce and tomatoes spilled in Doddington lorry crash
Forty-four tonnes of pasta, tomatoes and sauce are spilled onto the A141 in Cambridgeshire.
Nigeria kidnapping: Doctor says he has forgiven captors
Dr David Donovan and his wife Shirley speak about their "nightmare" ordeal for the first time.
Centenary toast for British soldier's Belgium-brewed WW1 ale
Sgt Jack Payne's Silly Scotch Ale is celebrated 100 years on in the Belgium town it is named after.
Rothera wharf 'kit of parts' heading to Antarctica
A team is preparing for the trip to the "most remote construction site in the world".
World Conker Champions 2018 crowned in Northamptonshire
About 250 competitors braved wet, cold and blustery conditions to take part.
Cambridge to split up 'problem' Chinese tour groups
The city's tourism body said groups of 50 people standing together were making the streets "impassable".
Scunthorpe United 0-2 Peterborough United
Peterborough striker Matt Godden scores twice in seven minutes as they beat Scunthorpe to reclaim second place in League One.
Cambridge United 0-1 Milton Keynes Dons
Cambridge United's woeful home form continues as they lose against MK Dons in League Two.

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