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News

Yaxley Boxing Club

A reminder that YAXLEY BOXING CLUB is open to new members between the ages of 11-18. Here we have some more detailed information from the One Leisure Active Lifestyles Team: - 5:30pm - 6:30 pm Tuesdays at the Amenity Centre, Yaxley - The club is open to girls and boys...

New walking netball sessions

Yaxley Community Fridge

YAXLEY COMMUNITY FRIDGE A community fridge has been installed in Yaxley to ensure that unwanted food goes to people who might need it. Yaxley Parish Council have set up the community fridge in the corridor of the Austin Hall at the Amenity Centre on Main Street,...

Inconsiderate Parking

The Parish Council has seen an increase in the number of complaints received regarding the problem of inconsiderate parking. Please refrain from parking on the pavement - pedestrians, pushchairs, wheelchair users need to get by on the pavement and should not be...

Food Bank Collection Point

Residents are now able to drop off donations of food items for local families in crisis at the Amenity Centre (Austin Hall entrance) here on Main Street, Yaxley. Required items include cereals, tea, coffee, sugar, squash, beans, tins of meat, packet soup, jars of...

Citizens Advice

The Citizens Advice Bureau provides free, confidential and impartial advice. Their goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face. They offer appointments in the Yaxley Community Shop, Broadway Shopping Centre on the 1st...

3G Pitch

Yaxley Parish Council have slots available at weekends to play on their 3G pitch. These games can be match play games for U7s and U8s teams, training games or combined with hire of the Austin Hall or Owen Pooley Hall for football themed birthday parties. Those...

Chairman opens Charity Event

Yaxley Parish Council Chairman Kevin Gulson opens the Yaxley Fete at Main street with Barbara Claypole a charity event.

Vacant Allotments available

Do you enjoy the fresh air, home grown produce and the company of like-minded people?

Street Lighting Proposal

Cambridgeshire County Council wishes to achieve financial savings of approximately £272,000 by switching off street lights across Cambridgeshire between midnight and 6.00 am each day.