This community website has been created to provide the residents of Yaxley with valuable information on the work being carried out by their local Parish Council.
It also provides our parishioners with a list of the many public services and amenities available in the local area as well as local news, community events, sports and social clubs and other meetings that may be of interest. We also hope this website will provide non-residents with a little insight into Yaxley life and the benefits of living in this vibrant and friendly village. We aim to continuously improve our site, so if you can’t find the information you are looking for please let us know. We look forward to hearing from you.
Schedule of meetings for full council as well as the various council committees.
Agendas will be published five days prior to the meeting date.
The Queens Green Canopy
Free Domestic Bulky Waste Disposal
Contact Cambridgeshire County Council at: www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk, by clicking on the link below, to report a fault including flooding, trees, public rights of way, road lines and most other issues on the public highway.
To receive email updates from your local policing team. As a subscriber you will receive regular updates about crime and anti-social behaviour in your area, as well as feedback from your team about what they’re doing to tackle it.
HACT is a registered charity in the Huntingdonshire Area which offers a door-to-door service for people who cannot access local bus routes due to age and disability, people living in rural locations with limited or no access to local bus routes or those without access to a car.
For the latest timetable information and service changes from Stagecoach visit www.stagecoachbus.com
Yaxley Parish Council Methods of payment:
If you are making a payment to Yaxley Parish Council via bank transfer please use the following as the reference – your name followed by your allotment number; or the name of the hall you are hiring; or your football team’s name and site of the pitch. If you are unsure please contact the office on 01733 241 958 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.