Local Info

St Edmund’s Church, Hauxton

The Rev’d Mandy Flaherty

The Vicarage, Church Street, Harston, Cambs CB22 7NP

Tel: 01223 650330

Email: vicarhhn@gmail.com

The church wardens are Janet Lockwood and Ann Walters: churchwarden.hauxton@gmail.com

Police Community Support Officer

Schools

Preschool

Hauxton Preschool is open to all families from Hauxton and the surrounding area, taking children from the age of 2 to 4 years old

Primary School

Hauxton Primary School is a small, friendly school with amazing children who are polite, engaged, curious about the world and confident when finding out more. The school is set within spacious grounds providing wonderful opportunities for outdoor play, learning experiences and a range of extracurricular activities.

Secondary Schools

Hauxton is located within the catchment area for Melbourn Village College, Melbourn and Sawston Village College.

For information on these two schools click on the links below

Melbourn Village College
Sawston Village College

Community Swimming Pool

The Hauxton School Community Swimming Pool is open every year from summer half term to September (weather dependent). The price of family membership for the whole season is £50.

Hauxton School Community Swimming Pool are able to open the school pool to the full membership of the Hauxton School Association including:-

  • Village residents
  • The immediate family of current school pupils
  • The immediate family of teenagers up to year 11 who have attended Hauxton School in the past
  • The immediate family of pupils who have a confirmed offer of a place for September

In order to use the pool at least one adult family member must complete the resuscitation training and undertake supervisions on the swimming pool rota (a full copy of the rules and supervisors’ rota form will be issued to all those who apply for a pool users ticket).

The pool is 10m long by 4m and 1.2m deep. There are changing rooms and an indoor toilet. It is maintained and looked after by volunteers from the community.

Refuse collection and recycling

Mobile Library

The mobile library visits the village green and then Hauxton Meadows (St.Edmunds Way outside Mill View) on the first Thursday of the month between 2.30pm and 4.15pm.

Information about refuse and recycling and the dates of bin collections in Hauxton can be found by clicking the button below. A list of collection days can also be found in the Village News Magazine.

Local Directory

Parish Council
Chair: Jane Palmer  email: chair@hauxton.net
Parish Clerk: Gill Elwood email: clerk@hauxton.net

Harston and Hauxton District Councillors

Ariel Kahn, Lisa Redrupp

County Councillors

Maria King, Brian Milnes

MP
Anthony Browne: 01223 830037 or 0207 219 5091 or email: anthony.browne.mp@parliament.uk
Constituency Enquiries: Broadway House, 149-151 St Neots Road, Hardwick CB23 7QJ
Tel: 0207 219 8089
Website: https://www.anthonybrowne.org

Web site editor
Graham Dring

Newsletter editor

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School
Pre-School:  Zoe Wallis (Preschool Manager)  Tel: 01223 870919 email: hauxtonpreschool@yahoo.co.uk Facebook: @hauxtonpreschool
Hauxton School Assoc.: Harriet Greenwood and Jody Barlow email: hauxtonschoolassociation@gmail.com

Royston & District Community Transport Scheme
01763 245228 (between 9am and 3pm Monday to Friday)
For more details see here

Harston and Hauxton Village Wardens’s Trust
Melbourne Mobile Warden Scheme

Hauxton Centre (Hauxton Village Hall Charity)
Chair:  email: chair@hauxton.net
Bookings: 07716348702- switched on Tuesdays 7pm till 8.30pm or Fridays 9.30am till 11am email: bookings@hauxton.net

St Edmund’s Church
The Rev’d Mandy Flaherty
The Vicarage, Church Street, Harston, Cambs CB22 7NP
Tel: 01223 650330
Email: vicarhhn@gmail.com
Church wardens: Janet Lockwood, Ann Walters: churchwarden.hauxton@gmail.com

Police Community Support Officer

Karen Davey
karen.davey@cambs.police.uk

Neighbourhood Watch
See separate page here

Community Transport Scheme

Hauxton is part of the Royston & District Community Transport Scheme. This scheme offers door-to-door transport for people living in Royston and the surrounding villages of North & East Hertfordshire and South Cambridgeshire who are unable to use conventional public transport and do not have the use of a car.

Volunteer drivers provide transport using their own cars and the scheme also operates two wheelchair-accessible minibuses and a four/six seat Multi-Purpose Vehicle.

Call: 01763 245228 Monday to Friday 9-5pm.

Train Services

Hauxton has the benefit of being close to two local train stations on two different main lines between Cambridge and London. Faster trains to and from London King’s Cross can be caught from Cambridge Central or Royston.

Foxton Station

Foxton station is on the King’s Cross line. It is 3.1 miles and takes 6 minutes by car without traffic, but has no parking facility. The number 26 bus takes 18 minutes. For more information on the station click here.

Great Shelford Station

Great Shelford station is on the Liverpool Street line. Distance 2 miles, 7 minutes by car. Again it has no parking, but it is on the number 31 bus route, which takes approx. 9 minutes without traffic. For more information on the station click here.

Nearest stations offering car parking facilities include Royston (for King’s Cross) which is a distance of 9.1 miles (17 minutes without traffic) and Whittlesford Parkway (for Liverpool Street), a distance of 4.7 miles, taking 13 minutes without traffic.

Bus Services

Buses serving Hauxton residents include:

Service 31

A2B bus company operates a limited service which runs through the village.

Service 915

Service 915 runs from/to Royston along the A10 with the bus stops for this near Church Road junction. These extended runs are usually hourly and are classed as ‘normal stopping’ so will stop upon request at the Stagecoach bus stops.

The routes and stops (indicated by red ‘map-pins’) for all bus services are shown on the map below, click on image for larger map. NB stops for the 915 route are marked 26/27 as this was the service replaced by 915.

Service 32

In addition to the above standard services, there is a “shuttle bus” service, which will run from Hauxton to the Trumpington Park & Ride during peak hours. This service will commence on 31st December 2018. It will run 362 days per year, in morning and afternoon peak times. The price will be £1.00 per trip (children under 5 years old are free) and concessions will apply to the whole service, not just after 9.30am. It will work on a “hail and ride” basis. This service will include London Road (Harston) Newton Road and Hauxton Road (Little Shelford), and High Street and Church Road (Hauxton). The 32 service is operated by A2B. For more details see the route around the village and the timetable below. NB for evening peak time this Harston, Little Shelford, Hauxton loop is reversed, see timetable.

Stagecoach

A Stagecoach service runs between Trumpington Park & Ride to Cambridge and beyond. Addenbrooke’s, The Royal Papworth, The Rosie  Maternity Unit and the Biomedical Campus can also be accessed from here. See Timetable below.

Walking & Cycling Routes

Walking

The public rights of way in and around Hauxton. There is also a permissive footpath from Hauxton Mill entrance to Great Shelford school, not shown on this map.
walking route

Cycling

The Hauxton-Trumpington cycle path runs from the bridge over the Cam on the A10 through Trumpington Meadows Country Park to the Hauxton Rd/Addenbrookes Rd junction. (See map below). It is open to all and offers a safe and beautiful alternative route towards Cambridge. 

path

Dog walking

As a rural village Hauxton welcomes dog owners walking their dogs, however, we would encourage owners to respect residents by clearing up after your dog has completed its ‘business’ and not leaving it on footpaths and pavements.

Below is a plan showing the location of dog bins where you can dispose of plastic bags of dog waste.

Dogs are only allowed on the recreation green on Church Road on a lead. They are permitted on the village green, and the Willow Way recreation green (again on a lead) where dog bins are provided.

Dogs are also, of course, allowed on Donkey Lane, where a bin is provided at the Hauxton end, and the woodland walk through Hauxton Meadows beside the river (footpath number 1) where two dog bins are located here.

dog bins

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood watch contacts in Hauxton:

Shelley Pearson – Co-ordinator
28 High Street, Hauxton
07890 204794
shelleypearsonhauxtonnhw@outlook.com

Roger Cook
Jopling Way, Hauxton
rogertacook@gmail.com

Bernard Lobb
The Lane, Hauxton
bernard.lobb@mypostoffice.co.uk

Jill Down
Willow Way, Hauxton
jill.down@hotmail.com

Bill Wild
Willow Way, Hauxton
bill.wild123@gmail.com

Bill Haynes
Hauxton Meadows
bill@camhaynes.com

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