The Parish, between the nearby towns of Huntingdon and St Ives, is in a beautiful part of Cambridgeshire and includes the combined villages of Houghton and Wyton. The River Great Ouse borders the southern edge of the Parish.
Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any issues that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you.
On this Home page there are News and Events items in the column on the right and below here is a click list of the more popular topics.
To find your way around the site you can use the navigation bar at the top of every page, hovering over a heading gives a drop down list of sub-pages. Click on a page, including the top page, to open. For differences on Mobile devices and accessibility notes click HELP
Next Meeting - takes you to the Calendar where you can see the forthcoming Parish Council meetings. Click on the meeting of interest then click 'more details' to access the agenda or click on the required file below the calendar.
Parish Council– to find out who we are, how we operate and see our records.
Visit the Parish – details of the many Parish organisations, photos, footpath guides and lots more about our Parish.
How To - book the pavilion and other village facilities, contact District & County Councils, prepare for floods.
Contact Us - details of how to contact the Parish Clerk and Parish Council including contact form.
Useful Links - shows a list of useful links to local and national organisations.
Facebook - link to the Houghton and Wyton Community. (See bottom of page for PC Facebook link).
Neighbourhood Plan - link to the Neighbourhood Plan page to get latest information.
Documents - visit the Document Library to see documents related to the work of the PC.
Emergency Contacts- road blocked, flood, fallen tree, street light problem.
Village Shop - link to the village's Community Shop website
Timebank - link to Houghton & Wyton Timebank website.
Copyright, Terms & Conditions and Privacy - for use of this website