Histon & Impington Parish Council

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The third tier of Goverment, representing the Parishes of Histon and Impington. Formed with the 'Grouping' of the two separate Parish Councils in April 2012. Histon & Impington, one community of two villages. Situated 3 miles north of Cambridge City, just north of the A14, and south of the Fens - a sustainable community that revels in its village feel.

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