Cambridgeshire ACRE is the rural community council for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
We provide encouragement, practical help and support to communities throughout Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to enable them to plan and develop as vibrant places to live, work and visit. We identify what local people need and the issues that are important to them. We then champion these things with those who set policy and make decisions in the county, helping to ensure that rural Cambridgeshire has a voice.
We can help your community in a whole range of ways, so why not look around our site to find out more.
OuseFest is coming!
Would you like to be involved with the exciting event of the summer?
Cambridgeshire Community Fair 2015
Save the date! Tuesday 2 June 2015, 3pm - 9pm Burgess Hall, St Ives, PE27 6WU
Free Public WiFi Network makes Cambridge Area Superconnected
A new Public WiFi network will be launched today (Monday 16 March) in and around Cambridge.
Village SOS campaign ready to get rural projects off the ground
Rural residents who want make a real difference in their community are being urged to sign up to the Village SOS campaign.
Cambridgeshire ACRE to lead on the promotion of Ramsey's market town heritage
Cambridgeshire ACRE has been chosen by the Ramsey Million Partnership to lead on a new project to be delivered in Ramsey that will boost the town's economy and tourism/heritage offering.
Review of 'rural proofing' welcomed by ACRE
An independent review of the Government's approach to 'rural proofing' policy has been welcomed by leading rural network ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England).
New website promoting the Ouse Washes Landscape launched
The Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership (OWLP), supported by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, has just launched its new website.