Council Services

District Council

Fenland District Council
Fenland Hall
County Road
PE15 8NQ
01354 654321
- Visit their website -

Refuse Collections

The refuse is collected on Tuesdays. Collections alternate between the green bin (non-recyclable waste) and the blue and brown bins (recycling and compost).
- Click here for details of the next collection -

The brown compost bin is now a subscription service.
- Click here for details of the service and how to subscribe -

Report an Issue

Use the District Council's Report an Issue service for online reporting of missed bin collections, grass that needs cutting, fly-tipping, fly-posting, graffiti, landscaping, grounds maintenance or street furniture issues.
- Click here to report an issue -

To report an issue with a street light in the village, - use the street light reporting form -

Community Safety Partnership

Highlight any issues that affect you or the local area. The Community Safety Partnership (CSP) has designed a survey that allows the community to highlight any issues that affect them or their local area. Information from these will be used to inform the priorities and the work of the CSP. The overall objective of the CSP is to work in partnership to reduce crime, anti-social behaviour and the fear of crime and anti-social behaviour.

- View the survey -

County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council
Shire Hall
Castle Hill
0345 045 5200
- Visit their website -


The mobile library service visits Goodens Lane on the 3rd Wednesday of each month between 12.15 and 12.35

Wisbech Library
5 Ely Place
PE13 1EU
0345 045 5225
- Visit their website -

Recycling Centre

The nearest Household Recycling Centre is

Wisbech Recycling Centre
75 Boleness Road
PE13 2RB
01945 582332
- Click here for opening times -


Details of all current or planned roadworks are shown on the website.
- Click here to view the map for further details -

To report issues relating to roads, pavements or street lighting, use the online reporting tools provided by the County Council. For street lights in the village, use the District Council link above.

For County Council owned street lighting - visit Lighting Cambridgeshire -

For all other highways issues - use the Highways Reporting Form -