Japanese Knot Weed
Fenland District Council is raising awareness of Japanese Knotweed to help homeowners identify, control and dispose of Britain’s most invasive plant – and help stop it spreading. Please follow the link for more information Japanese Knot Weed
The Cambridgeshire Energy Switch is a scheme that builds on the strengths of Cambridgeshire County Council, the District Councils and residents, and brings them together in order to get a cheaper energy tariff – form more information please follow the link Collective Switching Poster
Doddington Parish Annual Assembly
The Doddington Annual Assembly was held 23rd May 2017. Please click on the link for the report from the Chairman of the Parish Council DODDINGTON Annual Assembly chair report 2015 2016 new
Doddington Street Pride
Doddington Street Pride Group is now fully constituted and has obtained a start up grant from Fenland District Council. The Group have already gained a good number of volunteers. litter picks have taken place, and more are scheduled for the coming months. If you are interested in joining Doddington Street Pride Group, or would like to volunteer to help with the litter picks, please contact Philip Snowdon on philipsnowdon@AOL.com
All Street Pride meetings will be announced – so please keep your eyes up for the posters around the village.
Fenland District Council horticultural maintenance
The District Council are now working in partnership with ISS Facility Services Landscaping to look after Fenland’s parks and open spaces. If you are looking for news and information regarding horticultural maintenance in Doddington you can log onto the new website http://www.issfenland.co.uk to find out about the grass cutting regimes in our village, contact the contractors and rate their service.