The Stukeleys Parish Council

Local Interest

In the majority of cases, items in the Local Interest area are based on information provided by others and are published in good faith by the Parish Council. We encourage you to make whatever checks are necessary to assure yourself that the information provided here is correct and current. The Parish Council will not be liable for any inaccuracies in this information.

Similarly, external links are provided in good faith, but the Parish Council is not responsible for any content found on external sites.

Please email the web master if you would like to see additional items in this area. The Parish Council's decision on which items are suitable for inclusion will be final.

Stukeleys Magazine

See the Stukeleys Magazine for up to date information about local interest items and trips and events for the Parish.

Note that the opinions expressed in the Stukeleys magazine are not necessarily those of the Parish Council. The editor is an unpaid volunteer and has full editorial control. Contributions to the magazine are generally welcome, but the editor's decision is always final.

Stukeleys Heritage Group

The Stukeleys Heritage Group exists to explore, collect, save, share and make accessible information about the history and heritage of the villages of Great Stukeley and Little Stukeley and its residents. It is open to all those interested in the past of these communities whether they are newcomers or long-established residents.

Great Stukeley Village Hall

The village hall hosts a number of village groups such as the Table Tennis Club & Women’s Institute. The Management Committee also holds regular events including Dinner Dances, Barn Dances, Christmas events, Old Time Music Hall, Fashion Shows and much more. More details are available via their website.

The Stukeleys Allotments

See the dedicated page for information about the allotments.

Women's Institute (WI)

The Stukeleys WI has a long history in the villages, recently celebrating its 95th anniversary. It usually meets for talks and activities every second Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm in Great Stukeley Village Hall, see the Stukeleys Magazine for details or contact Jan Sly on 450197.

Stukeleys Walking Group

Sets off for a stroll every first Wednesday in the month at 10.00 am from the parish notice board at Church Road/West View, Great Stukeley. Check times in the Stukeleys Magazine. All are welcome to join in.

Great Stukeley Table Tennis Club

A family-friendly club and welcome players of all abilities and ages. Regular weekly sessions are held in Great Stukeley Village Hall which is a purpose-built sports hall with wooden sprung floor with space for 5 tables. Coaching is provided free of charge by two qualified coaches for those keen to develop their skills and players compete in national leagues.

Huntingdonshire Association for Community Transport

The website contains all the information necessary, but users OF ANY AGE have to be Members – Annual Fee £15.00. Tel. No. 01480 411114. They run ‘Ring & Ride’ which is a pre-bookable service operating throughout Huntingdonshire five days a week. The service is based on a timetable/route and users holding a Cambridgeshire County Council bus pass can use the service free of charge after registering. If you are eligible for Ring and Ride, then you can use HACT for any reason. For example; shopping, pubs and restaurants, etc. You must be a member of HACT to use this service. They also run Lunch Outings. For details of services in The Stukeleys, please look at journeys available under Area 3 for Ring & Ride and Lunch Outings.

St. Bartholomew's Church

Anglican Church, Church Road, Great Stukeley

St. Martin's Church

Anglican Church, Church Way, Little Stukeley

Grace Fellowship Baptist Church

Temple Southern Baptist Church, Ermine Street, Little Stukeley

The Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints

Ermine Street, Great Stukeley

Alconbury Independent Baptist Church

Ermine Street, Little Stukeley

Out & About

A local bus service run by Huntingdon-based housing association, Luminus Group, for use by local people living in Huntingdon and the surrounding villages.

Annual membership is £10 and there is a small on-board charge for each trip. The service is not limited to Luminus tenants and the bus has some limited space to accommodate walking aids, wheelchairs, rollators or small mobility scooters.

A new schedule of trips is issued every three months. For further details ring 01480 428428.

Huntingdon Shopmobility

Sited in the Huntingdon District Council car park in Malthouse Close, Huntingdon (map), Shopmobility is open 9 am - 3 pm, Mon - sat.

Yearly membership is available with nothing more to pay when using the scooters. Non-members will be asked to pay a small hire fee for each use.

Further details - 01480 432793 - shopmobility@huntsforum.org.uk