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.
Conservation, Farming, Flooding: Our Natural Landscape?
Conservation, Farming, Flooding: Our Natural Landscape? Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership Annual Conference - Wednesday 19 November 2014
Cambridgeshire Community Foundation seeking funding applications
Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF) are inviting community organisations to apply for grants for a wide variety of beneficiary groups.
Community Oil Buying Scheme
Before topping up your oil tank to see you through the winter months, consider whether you might benefit from joining our community oil buying scheme.
Community Heritage Fund Grants now available
Benefit and educate your local community with our Community Heritage Fund grants.
The Competitive Core at the Heart of Villages
Article by Mike Petty about 50 years celebration of Best Kept Village competition and Cambridgeshire ACRE role in this.
Superfast broadband roll-out surging ahead
The Connecting Cambridgeshire superfast broadband roll-out is surging ahead and has already reached over 30,000 homes and businesses across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough with high speed fibre.
Multi-funded installation brings adventure to village playtimes
Community funding has helped give a Cambridge village a brand new playground to entertain and stimulate local children.
Free-of-charge community support sessions available
Cambridgeshire County Council has funded Cambridgeshire ACRE to provide a limited number of free-of-charge support sessions to local communities.