The Covington History Group invites you to a fascinating talk by Paddy Lambert BA (Hons), a Project Supervisor at Oxford Archaeology East, about the Roman Army in Britain. The talk will start at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Please let us know if you would like to attend, either by contacting Richard Brown directly, or via […]
You are invited to the annual Covington Quiz, starting at 7pm, Saturday 30th March in the Village Hall. Jonathan Baker will be our quiz master and has promised some challenging, interesting and fun questions! The ticket price is £10 per person and this includes a fish and chip meal during a break in the quiz. […]
By: Simon Peck – Buy Early Campaign The Buy Early Campaign is a partnership between the Department for Energy & Climate Change, ACRE, Citizens Advice and the Federation of Petroleum Suppliers and is promoted across the ACRE Network. It encourages customers to buy their heating oil before the onset of cold weather and increased prices. It allows […]
The Covington Bell Ringers would like to teach more people to ring the bells. Anyone is welcome, you don’t have to attend church to ring the bells! Please contact Peter Sewell directly, or via our Contact page.
All Saints Church, Covington is holding a service for children this Sunday at 10.30am and everyone is welcome, especially grandparents, parents and anyone else who feels young at heart! Coffee and biscuits will be served.
A Special General Meeting of The Covington Parish Meeting Under Standing orders 20.3.iii. Called for: THURSDAY 24th JANUARY 2019 at 7.30pm In the Village Hall – All residents welcome AGENDA 1. Apologies for absence 2. To receive any Declarations of Interest (Personal, Prejudicial or Predetermined) 3. To consider: Planning Application Ref: 18/02696/HHFUL Received by the […]
Identification of Pottery and Bone from the 2018 dig We do have a lot of pottery to wash so if anyone is interested please make contact with Peter, Mo or Richard. We also found part of the skeleton of a bovine which hope to assemble. Please contact Richard Brown for more information, either directly or […]
Ted Triance Understanding Old Title Deeds (their construction & history) We have on loan 28 documents from 1694 – 1890 discovered when turning out the attic of Barratts in St Neots that pertain to Covington. Ted who is legally qualified will guide us in the interpretation of these valuable documents which refer to people and […]
Autumn Lecture 2018 “A Landscape Through Time” The archaeology of the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Emma Jeffery Senior Archaeologist The upgrade of the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon initiated one of the country’s largest ever archaeological projects, employing a team of 250. Enormous amounts of material was found including 3 Henges, 40 Roman kilns, 3 […]
Collections will continue throughout the festive period but collection days will be changing for a few weeks. Residents can view their collection days via the online calendar at www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/bins. Normal Collection Change to Monday 24 December Saturday 22 December Tuesday 25 December Monday 24 December Wednesday 26 December Thursday 27 December Thursday 27 December Friday […]