Last summer, village teenager Thomas Dunleavy and his Mum Sara were picked to appear on Series 5 of the CBBC show ‘Got What It Takes’. The show follows eight teen singers competing for a life-changing prize. But there’s a twist – their mums are the judges! The show is presented by Anna Maynard and is […]
All of Stilton was shocked and saddened by the sudden and unexpected death of Olive Main on Tuesday 26th November 2019. A ‘mover & shaker’ of so many projects and amenities that we might now easily take for granted, but which owe their success to her vision, commitment and ability to marshal the skills and […]
On Saturday 2nd November 2019, Stilton’s relocated War Memorial was rededicated in its new location in front of St Mary Magdalene churchyard gate on Church Close. This project has been the work of many dedicated individuals. To learn more about it, and about the individuals commemorated, please visit this web page.
Saturday 1st September 2018 from 20:00hrs to 06:00hrs To complete essential repairs, a full overnight road closure of the A1M from Jct17 (Peterborough) to Jct16 (Stilton) is planned for Saturday 1st September 2018 from 20:00hrs to 06:00hrs. Please make a note, and tell any visitors whom you may be expecting that evening.
Friday 14 – Monday 17 September If you’re planning a journey towards Cambridge over the weekend of Friday 14 to Monday 17 September you should allow extra time for a diversion, as the A14 will be CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS for the installation of two massive bridge decks. For more information, and an interesting animation […]
Stilton Pavilion – Tuesday 14th August The August 2018 meeting of Stilton Parish Council will be held at Stilton Pavilion beginning at 7:30 pm. This change of venue from the Parish Meeting Room is due to the high number of members of the public who attended last month’s meeting. In view of this level of […]
On Monday 20th February, Stilton gathered in the new Pavilion to honour the crew of B17 bomber Ten Horsepower, which crashed on Red Hill on 20th February 1944. Don Darke, who was a small boy at the time, vividly recalled his memory of the doomed aircraft, as the remaining two crew members wrestled with its […]
All the years of hard work, frustrations and triumphs were crowned today, Saturday 18th February 2017, by the formal opening of Stilton Pavilion. A huge crowd of sponsors, contributors, villagers, Pavilion users and well-wishers filled the Main Hall to hear words of appreciation from Olive Main (Stilton Parish Council), Mark Angus (Project Team) and Chris […]
An aerial view of the steel frame being erected for the new Stilton Pavilion.
Refurbishing the Memorial Hall Clock The Memorial Hall clock, which has been there for longer than any of us can remember, fell into disrepair in 2011 so it was removed and taken along to Marvin Richards, our local watch and clock maker and repairer. On examination, Marvin found that it was no small job to […]