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 and work. 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.
Defra's £6m investment in rural communities pays off
A £6m Government investment has enabled England's 38 rural community councils (RCCs) to pull in an additional £15m in funding, a new report has evaluated.
State of Rural Public Services - Fourth Annual Report
A new report by Rural Services Network draws upon a range of evidence to examine rural trends, features and practice across three service areas - health care, post offices and public transport.
Response to Government consultation on Common Agriculture Policy
The Government is seeking views on how it should implement the next round of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) in England for 2015 to 2020.
Find out more about superfast broadband in your area
Connecting Cambridgeshire has developed a new online tool to help people look up 'where and when' they can expect to get superfast broadband in their area of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
New guides to keep communities warm this winter
Two free, practical guides to help rural communities keep warm and cut bills this winter are now available from Cambridgeshire ACRE.
Presentations from Cambridgeshire ACRE AGM
You can download the presentations from Cambridgeshire ACRE's recent community leadership sessions held at its AGM.