Chair: Oliver Hipwell, Hill Farm, 8 Main Road, Little Gransden SG19 3DN Tel: 017944 547685 email (Elected 5 May 2022; Vice-chair; Biodiversity and Tree Officer)

John Jefferies, Ash Tree Cottage, Little Gransden SG19 3BP email (Co-opted 12 May 2022 )

Mrs Noushin Rostami, 34 Primrose Hill, Little Gransden SG19 3DP (Elected 5 May 2022; co-ordinator Friendship Club)

Emma Ward 6 Main Road, Little Gransden SG19 3DN (Elected 5 May 2022; trustee and parish council representative for Little Gransden Village Hall)

Aston Cox, Gransden Lodge, Longstowe Road, Little Gransden SG19 3EB (co-opted 11 May 2023

Clerk: Sylvia Sullivan, 3 Primrose Hill, Little Gransden SG19 3DP Tel: 01767 677906, email Office hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday

Monday 30 March 2015



Little Gransden Village Hall has been booked for 31 August to commemorate and celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. But what shall we do and who will do it? Volunteers are needed!
Come to an Open Meeting on Tuesday 14 April, 7.30 pm at Bowls Club Pavilion, Great Gransden
If you can't be there and want to be involved, all offers of help will be gratefully received! Contact John Gillett 677594

Tuesday 24 March 2015


The Transport Directory for 2015-2016 gives details of Cambridge Park & Ride, The BikeBus Explorer, Concessionary bus passes, Blue Badge parking permits. bus operators, and community transport schemes such as 'Dial-a-rde, and Community Car Schemes. If you would like a copy please contact the Parish Clerk, telephone 01767 677906


The Parish Council supports St Neots Museum to enable residents to visit the Museum free of charge.
Exhibitions and events include: St Neots Art Group 11 March - 4 April
Pack Up Your Troubles! Saturday 11 April 
Life & Death 8 April - 2 May
Easter Family Activities 9 and 10 April
St Neots Regency Festival 25, 26 July

Posted by Parish Clerk

Saturday 14 March 2015


Calling botanists! Sadly, Little Gransden's parish survey for dog's mercury will not take place this year, but records of this plant, which is an indicator species of old hedgerows and woodland, can still be sent to Councillor Adrian Penrose. Dog's mercury flowers during March and is best found during this month, so if you are not familiar with it, search for pictures on the web and start look for it when you go for a walk!

Nationwide,  the National Plant Monitoring Scheme was launched recently. The scheme is the first of its kind and asks for volunteers across the United Kingdom to visit a kilometre square local to them and record the plants they find there in several different plots. The scheme will enable us to explore how plants in different habitats are responding to changes in the environment.
This is a government backed scheme which is being delivered by a partnership comprising Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland; Centre for Ecology; Joint Nature Conservation Committee and Plantlife.
What support will volunteers get?
  • All volunteers registering for a square on will receive a survey pack (survey guidance; species list; species guidebook)
  • All volunteers will  be able to access telephone and email support provided by the volunteer coordinator
  • All volunteers will be able to access free training courses
Additional information
  • Squares have been randomly selected across the UK and it is possible to see if there is a square in your area by visiting the website above.
  • Volunteers are asked to record up to 30 plant species in any one square or linear plot as long as it fits into 1 of  the 28 NPMS habitats
  • Volunteers carry out the survey of their plots 2 times per year
  • Volunteers may be individuals or small groups
If you would like to be involved, register on

Posted by Parish Clerk.