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Great Gransden Parish Council
Little Gransden Parish Council
Great Gransden is part of Huntingdonshire District, huntingdonshire.gov.uk
Rubbish collection calendar:
What goes in which bin?
Little Gransden is part of South Cambridgeshire District, scambs.gov.uk
Both Huntingdonshire District and South Cambs District are part of the county of Cambridgeshire, www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk. CCC is our local Transport Authority, and here are some shortcuts to the services it offers:
Cambridgeshire Constabulary: cambs.police.uk
Police & Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire:www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk
If you prefer to contact the police online about a non-urgent matter, Cambridgeshire Constabulary let you Report a crime online, Report a concern, or Report a vehicle collision. If you want to report something anonymously you can report it via the Crimestoppers website or via their hotline on: 0800 555 111.
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Bourn Surgery - www.bournsurgery.nhs.uk
25 Alms Hill, Bourn, Cambridge, CB23 2SH; 01954 719313
Greensands Medical Practice - www.greensands.org.uk
Stocks Lane, Gamlingay, Bedfordshire, SG19 3JR; 01767 651544
Addenbrooke's Hospital - www.cuh.nhs.uk/addenbrookes-hospital
Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ; 01223 245151
Hinchingbrooke Hospital - www.nwangliaft.nhs.uk/our-hospitals/hinchingbrooke-hospital
Hinchingbrooke Park, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 6NT; 01480 416416
Papworth Hospital - www.royalpapworth.nhs.uk
Papworth Road, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge CB2 0A; 01223 638000
the postcode is still being updated on certain sat navs / map apps. Please use CB2 0QQ as an alternative.
Education, Religion, local magazines
Buzzi Bodies Baby and Toddler Group don't have a website, but are on Facebook.
some local secondary schools: Bassingbourn Village College Cambourne Village College Comberton Village College Ernulf Academy Gamlingay Village College Longsands Academy St Bedes Inter-Church Secondary School Swavesey Village College
Cambridge U3AC has left the U3A movement, and gone independent
The Lighthouse Cafe and Arts Centre at the Baptist Cafe, Great Gransden
'Roundabout', the pastoral magazine for the Gransdens, Waresley and Abbotsley is delivered monthly to each household in the villages - and as from Jun 2019, it is now on the web, with the address roundabout.gransdens.org
There is another magazine, The Villager, covering a wider area including Potton and Biggleswade; it is delivered to most but not all the houses in the villages.
There is an online discussion group called Touchbase for the residents of the Gransdens and neighbouring villages; at present, it can only be viewed by those who have been registered as members of the group. To join, email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, and say where you live. Only residents of Abbotsley, Waresley or one of the Gransdens can join, though for historic reasons some existing members live outside this region. Group members will normally receive an email for every post, but you can opt to receive regular summaries instead - daily or weekly, say.
There is also the Gransden Forum; like Touchbase, you have to register to view the site, and it is open to those in the same four villages. Posts are categorised, and you can be selective about the categories in which you are interested.
Groups and Organisations* in and around The Gransdens
(*those we know about, that have websites!)
Info for local residents (including their complaint procedure)
There are various local organisations without their own web presence: contact details for some of those were included in the village directory that was on the Great Gransden Parish council website. The directory was removed as is now well out of out of date, but an update is currently (as of August 2021) being produced by the Bluebell Benefice. The Little Gransden village site has information about the Carpet Bowls club.
There is a diary in the Great Gransden village shop, that can be used by event organisers etc to minimise clashes! Please remember to consult it before scheduling an event, and then put an entry in the diary for your date. There is also a diary on Facebook - contact .
Little Gransden Time Travel -
A website that aims to deliver a history of Little Gransden, viewed primarily through its people and buildings.
BHO - British History Online
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926. see pages 118-123 for Great Gransden
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Cambridgeshire, Volume 1, West Cambridgshire. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1968. Pages 167-170 cover Little Gransden
The Gransdens in Wikipedia
Wikipedia has entries for both Great Gransden and Little Gransden., which contain links to the entries for the districts and the county. There are also entries for various past residents of the villages, including
Physcomitrella patens, Liopleurodon Pachydeirus and Cryptosaurus, the first two being residents of Gransden wood and the last of Great Gransden Brick Pit. (The Wikipedia article on Liopleurodon does not mention Gransden; for that, see plesiosauria.com/genera/liopleurodon/liopleurodon-pachydeirus/)
Let us know of any others! There are also entries for
Other useful/interesting links
courtesy of the BBC