Town Council Meeting

Posted 28 Jul 2021

The next meeting of Chatteris Town Council will be held on Tuesday 3rd August 2021 at the King Edward Centre, King Edwards Road, Chatteris, at 7pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend but please do not attend if you have tested positive for Covid-19, have been asked to self isolate or are showing symptoms.

For the agenda please go to the Meetings page and scroll down to agendas.

Summer Fun

Posted 15 Jul 2021

Delighted to say the Summer Fun shows, organised by Chatteris Town Council, will be back this year.  The four shows will be held during the summer holidays on Fridays at 11am at the King Edward Centre beginning on the 30th July with Booster Cushion Theatre presenting Big Goldilocks & the Three Bears plus…. On August 6th Squirty Wirty will entertain with puppets and comedy magic and on the 13th Comedy duo Mad Etiquette will present their new show Stuff and Nonsense. Jezo will bring the serious to a close on the 20th August with his magic and laughter show. all the shows are aimed at 3 to 8 year olds and are free to attend but children must be accompanied by an adult. Anyone who has Covid 19 symptoms or has tested positive should not attend

Festival Fun

Posted 07 Jul 2021

Multi-coloured, happy children were proof that the first ever colour fun run in Chatteris was a resounding success. About 150 people, ranging in age from toddlers to grandparents, took part in the run around Furrowfields Recreation as part of a scaled down Midsummer Festival. The event was sponsored by Jacks supermarket.

As they ran past four colour stations the competitors were sprayed with colourful neon powder paints resulting in rainbow appearances as they passed the finish line to collect their medals, sweets and bottles of water.

The fun run will undoubtedly become an annual feature like the fun dog show which once again attracted a large number of entries.

The organisers had always planned a Covid-safe event by eliminating elements of the traditional festival which resulted in large crowds gathering – such as the parade, party in the park and arena attractions – and ensuring everything took place outdoors but they ended up fighting hard to keep the fun run and dog show. They were unfortunately forced to pull the live music aspect of the Festival at the last minute following an emergency SAG meeting.