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Bottisham Parish Council

Council challenge

(Bottisham Parish Council)

This website, hopefully, enables you to catch up on how Bottisham Parish Council is serving you along with lots of other useful information about Bottisham. This site also includes all the agendas, minutes of Parish Council Meetings and Councillor contact details. If there is anything that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you, then please contact the Parish Council.

All members of the public are entitled to attend the meeting and you are cordially invited by the Council to do so. Time will be set aside prior to the published agenda to enable informal discussion to take place. You can find out more by reading our meeting Agendas and meeting minutes If you would like to come along we kindly ask you to email the clerk to advise of your attendance please.

You can email the clerk for any information and help regarding Parish Council minutes, agendas and upcoming meetings or questions or issues you would like to raise or addressed about the Parish Council or Bottisham Village.

Next Meeting

5th September 2022

Poppy Room, Bottisham Sports & Social Club

05 September 2022

Parish Council Meeting

Poppy Room, Bottisham Sports & Social Club, Downing Close Monday View Agenda

Latest News

Bottisham Parish Council Facebook


July 2022
Parish Council Facebook Page

Don't forget to follow Bottisham Parish Council Facebook page.  You can find the website at this linke


Bottisham New Cemetery Plans

Lode Road, Bottisham


June 2022

As you know plans are well underway for the new cemetery planned for Lode Road, Bottisham.  To keep you abreast of these designs please see the attached document which shows a "birds eye" view of the layout including where proposed benches may be positioned, the various tree planting areas and types of trees in consideration and foot paths.  

These plans were on show and open for discussion at the last Parish Annual Meeting at the Bottisham Sports and Social Club but if you missed that and wished to know more then either contact the Council Clerk or all are welcomed at the upcoming meetings - these dates are on the website.  

County's largest tree maze opened

Ely Country Park


June 2022
Tree Maze

The county’s largest-ever tree maze has been officially opened at Ely Country Park to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Designed by Bottisham school pupil Toby Milner, aged 14, the intricate walkways have been planted up with more than 5000 native hornbeam saplings.

A junior maze, aimed at younger children, has also been planted using the layout created by seven-year-old Jonathan Peeling, from Ely.

The smaller maze features wooden carved animals – an idea suggested by four-year-old Astrid McIntosh, from Ely and lovingly brought to life by Witchford-based chainsaw artist Lisa Langley.

They include a heron, a dragonfly, a hare and a frog, representing the wildlife it is possible to find in and around Ely Country Park.

The competition to design two new Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Tree Mazes was organised by East Cambridgeshire District Council as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy Project.

The trees in each maze will be logged on the Queen’s Green Canopy website, along with the hundreds of other trees planted or supplied by the Council during the Jubilee year.

Hornbeam is A-rated when it comes to storing carbon, and when fully grown it is expected to lock-in hundreds of kilograms of carbon, helping to support the Council’s aim to become net carbon zero, and increase biodiversity across the district.

Officially opening the maze, Councillor Alan Sharp, Chairman of East Cambridgeshire District Council said: “I am delighted to open the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Tree Mazes and especially pleased Toby and Jonathan could join us for the opening ceremony and to explore the new mazes for the first time. I am sure if Her Majesty was here then she would enjoy exploring the mazes too.”

The mazes will be officially opened to the public from Monday, 30th May and are free to explore.