Juniors

In Burwell
Child Services in the Village
Information on groups in the village dealing with child care and other child services
Child Services in the Village
Beavers
1st Burwell Beavers meet weekly on a Wednesday night, between 6:15pm and 7:30pm. The youngest members of the Scouting Family, Beavers are usually aged between 6 and 8 years old.
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Beavers
Cubs
1st Burwell have two Cub Scout packs that meet weekly on a Tuesday and Thursday night, between 6:45pm and 8:15pm. For boys and girls aged between 8 and 10½ years old, we currently have 27 cubs on a Tuesday evening and 22 cubs on a Thursday evening.
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Cubs
FirstSteps School of Dancing
FirstSteps School of Dancing
The Gallery Room, Burwell Community Sports Centre , Buntings Path, Burwell CB25 0DD
"The school offers The Royal Academy of Dance syllabus classes for girls or boys from four year of age. Learning ballet and other dance styles encourages children to feel good about themselves." FREE TASTER CLASS
For further details contact: Sue Dickinson B.Sc, M.Phil. M.Mus.
07904 931366 01638743557
email www.firststepsburwell.info

Sports in the Village
Burwell Sports and Activities including: Dance, Trampoline, Gymnastic, RollerHockey, Badminton
School Children's Activities

Sports in the Village
Fun and Educational Links
Animal and Wildlife links
Links to Animal/Wildlife and Pets pages
Animal and Wildlife links
Ask Jeeves for Kids
Ask any question
Ask Jeeves for Kids
Cartoon Network
Online games and stuff
Cartoon Network
Dorling Kindersley
Ultimate Homework Aid
Dorling Kindersley
Encyclozine
Expand your mind, or just play some games
K. E. W. L.
Kids Excellent Web Links - Sport, Fun, Literature, Maths etc. etc.
K. E. W. L.
Kids Stomping Ground
Jokes. Stories, Pets etc.
Kids Stomping Ground
Links to On-Line games
Science and Space links
A very popular page of links to intereresting science and space sites
Science and Space links
Suessville
Learn basic reading, math, science, and reasoning skills
Suessville
Wikipedia
The amazing free online encyclopedia
Wikipedia
BBC Kids Homepage and Educational Games and stuff
BBC Newsround - Home
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Smoking: Should it be banned at the school gates?
A group of school children have had enough of adults smoking near school gates, so they decided to do something about it.
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Sir David Attenborough: 'I'm astonished' by Blue Planet plastic impact
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As the number of homeless people in Britain is increases, Newsround investigates the issue of homelessness.
Plastic: Six-year-old Ella's paddleboarding litter pick up
Ella and her mum have been paddleboarding near where they live so they can help remove plastic from the water there.
Village News
Suspended Green
Waste Collections

13 Dec. - 28 Jan.
Local MP
Lucy Frazer
accused of
conflict of
interest
Oxford Archaeology News
Visitors welcomed to
Bronze Age Burwell Oxford archaeology
UK's biggest solar farm planned for east of England (Click on image for larger version)
Proposed Solar Farm
Latest Proposals
Millstone Park Housing Development
(350 new homes)
This Land Web Site
Planning Docs
Clunch Magazine
Online
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
Covid booster jabs: 'We're all tired but it is so important'
Mass vaccinations are taking place once more at sites across the east of England.
Prince William reveals emotional toll of air ambulance rescues
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Cambridge mosque extension approved despite advice to refuse
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Covid-19: Matt Hancock neighbour denies NHS cronyism claim
Alex Bourne says the former health secretary had no involvement is his company winning NHS work.
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An outdoor swimming pool is staying open during winter for the first time, despite the temperature.
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The owner says he and his staff do not want to "police" customers when it comes to wearing a mask.
Covid booster: People denied jab due to volunteer shortage
A pharmacy says its clinic is short of volunteers to process people getting Covid vaccinations.
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Cambridgeshire's director of public health says person had recently returned to the UK.

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