20mph Speed Limit consultation

Milton Parish Council has voted twice to push for 20mph limits throughout the village. We now have the opportunity to request that County puts this in. We are asking for the 20mph to replace the 30mph signs at the edges of the village and a section of 30mph northwards to beyond the allotments on Ely Road.

If you would like to comment for or against this proposal please send your response to the Clerk – clerk@miltonvillage.org.uk

Safety barriers moved

The barriers on the pathway connecting Gunnell Close and Woodman Way have been moved with the gap between them increased from 1.2m to 2.6m.

We took advice from the Highways Department and listened to the comments from the local residents and cycling group before coming to the conclusion that moving the barriers was the preferred option.

The extended width between the barriers allows for easier passage of cargo bikes, mobility vehicles and buggies while maintaining safety for all users.


The Church has an area set aside for flowers as a tribute to Queen Elizabeth. They are also hosting a Book of Condolences, and anyone who feels moved to light a candle for the Queen is welcome to do so.
The Church is open on Sunday, or 10am to 12 noon during next week. 

The Parish Clerk and Chairman laid this beautiful wreath made by Milton Flower Shop on behalf of the people of Milton.
Anna is wearing the chain as Chairman of South Cambridgeshire District Council. 

Phots of wreath laying for

Hazel Smith,
Chairman of Milton Parish Council

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