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Remembrance 2017

Connie Rust's Wedding 8th November 1947

In the year when the Queen married the Duke of Edinburgh, Connie Rust married Arthur Leeson from Ottawa, Canada. Sadly, they are no longer alive to celebrate their platinum anniversary.

The photo taken at Felmersham church lych gate shows Connie with her father, Ernest Rust. The service was conducted by the vicar, the Revd Martin. Photo courtesy of Sandra Hawes (nee Leeson)

Most parishioners were surprised to find about 2 inches of snow when waking up in the morning of Sunday 10th December 2017. Snow had been forecast but not
this far South.
Photograph by
Ernest Carwithen.

A floodlit St Marys Church, Felmersham after the Christingle and Crib Service,  
Christmas Eve 2017.

Photograph by
Ann Kiceluk-Shrimpton

The reflection of St Mary's Church, Felmersham
in the recent Floods. Photograph taken from Felmersham Nature Reserve by Gordon Lang. 30 Dec. 2017

The "Open Style" telephone phone kiosk in Grange Road, Felmersham has gone. Unlike its predecessor, the red telephone box (K series), it will not be missed.

During the afternoon of Saturday 10th February 2018, 50 people attended a report meeting in the Committee Room to view the results of the Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire.

Harvest Yard, Felmersham
circa 1930,
now Trinity Close.

Snow on the roof tiles forms a symmetrical pattern during the visit of the "Best from the East*

*The nickname given to cold and wintry conditions in Britain brought by easterly winds. Early March 2018


Proposed site allocation plan for Colworth New Town


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