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Welcome to the Sutton Parish Council website!

Your online resource for the village of Sutton

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The parish of Sutton is situated 6 miles west of the Cathedral City of Ely, in the Cambridgeshire fens. The Parish Council has been in existence since 1895 and has 15 members serving the parish.


Job Vacancies

Sutton Parish Council is currently advertising for a part-time cleaner (10 hours per week - Mornings), also a team of Youth Workers to support the new Sutton Youth Club (Due to open Wednesday evening, September 2018).  For more infomation and the application form, please visit /Parish-Council-Job-Vacancies.aspx 

Help make East Cambs Cleaner! Consultation-Public Space Protection Order for Dog Fouling

The Domestic Team at ECDC have proposed a Public Space Protection Order to cover the whole of East Cambridgeshire District with regards to Dog Fouling.

Dog fouling is an environmental crime. It is a health hazard and a nuisance. The ECDC Domestic team want to crack down on owners who do not pick up after their dogs. They want to get the message out of zero tolerance to keep the district clean.

Please click here for more information on the consultation and to see the Dogs Fouling of Land in East Cambs Order 1997 (002) click here.

NEW: Canvassing Vacancies at East Cambs District Council

Please click here for more information

Refuse day collection day correction

East Cambs District Council have advised the Parish Council that there is an error on the distributed refuse collection day calendars.

Please click here for the correct collection days.

Roadworks & Events Bulletin 16th - 31st May 2018

Please click here for the Bulletin which shows affected works for Sutton

Provision of Bring Banks Sites In East Cambridgeshire

With the support from residents circa 56% of household waste in East Cambridgeshire is being recycled. This is a significant success and the Council appreciates the commitment and support of residents to attaining this high level of recycling. This has been largely achieved following the introduction of the kerbside blue bin service for recyclates but there has also been a resultant and significant decline in the level of recyclates being collected in bring banks, with a fall in annual tonnage collected from 747 tonnes in 2013/14 to 217 tonnes in 2016/17 (70.1% reduction).

This has occurred at time when the market for recycled materials has experienced a significant downturn in respect to the income that is obtained from the sale of recyclates once they have been processed ready for re-use. The impact locally is that the costs for the Council to have recyclates processed has gone up. ECDC has also been advised by two of the three contractors that provided the bring bank site service that they do not wish to renew their contracts (the glass and paper processing companies) because they cannot make a profit from providing the service.

In this context it is important that ECDC reviews all recycling activities to ensure they are delivering high levels of recyclates against the costs of providing the services. For example, to simply continue with the current bring bank service that is now realising significantly less recyclates, is based on soft market testing likely to cost the Council a further £20,000 per annum which is new money for the Council to have to find when budgets are already stretched.
Therefore, ECDC are committed to consult on the future of bring banks site with residents and all interested parties based on the following future options for the service. In all options the textile recycling banks would be retained because textile recycling is not part of the kerbside collection service for recyclates:
ECDC would therefore ask for your input into this process, please click here to complete the survey.

R.A.S.E, (Riding and Skating in Ely)

R.A.S.E are a small group of volunteers who have set up a constituted Committee to try and get a new skatepark for Ely. 

They have identified a piece of land, that the District Council are able to provide, subject to public consultation and planning permission.

This park will be a purpose built skate/bmx park within the Country Park of Ely, it will be suitable for all ages and abilities. Please click here for an outline drawing of a basic design to give you an idea of what they are hoping to achieve.

R.A.S.E need to ensure that they have consulted with the whole of the district and all ages,

The click here for a link to their survey

Sutton Parish Council - Casual Vacancy April 2018

Sutton Parish Council wishes to fill the vacancies of Councillor by co-option. (Closing date 15th June 2018)

Please click here for the notice Please click here for the application

Public Notice - The review of Polling Districts, Polling Places and Polling Stations 2018

Please click here for the public notice

Notice of a Community Governance Review - East Cambs District Council

Please click here for the notice

Notice of Vacancy in Office of Parish Councillor March 2018

Notice is hereby given that a vacancy exists in office of Councillor for the said Parish, following the resignation of Cllr Carol Bigsby.

Please click here for the Notice

Please click here for application form

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Parish Clerk

A142 Road Safety Route Study - Chatteris to Ely

The A142 Road Safety Route Study has been completed please see links below for documentation.

Final Study

Appendix A

Appendix B

Appendix C

Sutton Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Website

Click here for Sutton Neighbourhood Plan Website

St Andrew's Church