Parish Council


Information about Care Network Support Services

Network of coordination and response hubs launched  

A network of COVID-19 Coordination and Response Hubs has been launched across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. 

This includes the countywide co-ordination hub, which has been in operation now for almost two weeks, and local hubs that are being led by the district/city councils.  

The countywide hub is focussed on supporting residents who have been identified as shielding and being of the highest risk. It will ensure that critical services across the public sector, such as care for the elderly, can continue through the support of staff who have been redeployed from other council services and partner organisations and the support of volunteers.  

This work includes ensuring our most vulnerable residents have access to food, medicines and other important supplies, as well as ensuring broader social needs are met as far as possible, to minimise anxiety. 

The district and city hubs will provide more local support, for residents across their communities and will respond to individual offers of help or requests for support. They will also connect with and support mutual aid and other community-led initiatives. 

Working closely with the countywide hub, they will also respond to individual requests for help and offers of assistance that fall outside the scope of the support being offered to those who are identified as being of the highest risk. 

Each of the district and city councils will have information on their websites from tomorrow about the local hubs including how people can get in touch and access help and support. We will provide more details of each hub in a follow up email to all subscribers of this Update.

To contact the countywide hub, people are being asked, where possible, to do so online at or  

The countywide hub can also be contacted Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm, and Saturdays 9am to 1pm at  or on 0345 045 5219 


Witchford Residents Support Group on Facebook

Witchford Residents Support Group by phone 07933 4547290

East Cambs District Council Community Support

Cambridgeshire County Council Coronavirus Support


Witchford Parish Council works together for the benefit of the local community: providing support to local groups and initiating projects to improve the environment and facilities for its residents. As the first tier of local government,  Witchford Parish Council works towards improving community well-being and providing better services at a local level.

There are eleven Parish Councillors who are elected every four years – the last election was May 2019. All Parish Councillors are volunteers.

All Parish Council and Committee meetings are open to the public and there is always an opportunity for the public to speak about issues of interest or concern.

Unless stated otherwise on the agenda, all Parish Council meetings commence at 7.30pm on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at St. Andrew’s Hall and are open to the public. Items for the agenda must be with the Clerk no later than 5.00pm on the Tuesday of the week before the meeting.

Meeting dates are listed here :

2020 meeting dates

We encourage the public to come to meetings and to be involved in parish affairs. To ensure reasoned debate, there are a few rules covering public participation at meetings, which can be read here: Public participation at Parish Council meetings

Copies of all the current and past Agendas and Minutes can be read here: Agendas and Minutes

Parish Council Clerk
Clerk: Mrs. A. Hodges
88 West Fen Road, Ely CB6 3AA
Tel: 01353 664427