Information Sources


  • Milton Chat
    A mailing list run by Milton resident Paul Oldham. Provides discussion of things related to the village. Anyone can post to it once they've subscribed and your postings are copied to everyone subscribed to the list and they than comment to your postings by repling to the mail.
  • Milton News
    A mailing list run by Milton resident Paul Oldham. Brings you news about Milton by e-mail, typically once or twice a week. You can also receive the news via RSS or Twitter.
  • Milton Village View
    This village magazine is delivered free to every household in Milton, and comes out five times a year. It has been in circulation since 1991. If you would like to submit an article or advertise an event relating to Milton and its environs, please email Mary-Ann Johnson at
  • Parish Notice Boards
    Parish notice boards are located outside the Clerk's Office, opposite the War Memorial, and in the Milton Community Centre. There is another notice board in Tesco's lobby. A virtual notice board is availabe here.
  • Welcome Pack for new residents
    The Parish Clerk's Office has prepared a Welcome Pack for all new residents of the village. It includes a copy of this guide, Milton 2000 Millennium Book (a photographic record of the village) and the latest edition of the Village View as well as letters of welcome from the Chairman of the Parish Council and the manager of the Community Centre.
    If you know anyone who has recently moved to Milton, please encourage them to ring the Parish Office on 861447 to collect their Welcome Pack.


  • Cambridge Online
    Cambridge's largest city guide. Spread over five websites. Features over 5000 shop listings, over 20,000 user reviews of local shops and venues, a Web directory with 4000 Cambridge websites, dedicated restaurant and pub guides and a local matchmaking service.
  • Cambridge Web Sites
    An index of Cambridge-related Web pages.
    Devoted to the cam.* hierarchy of news groups for people living in or interested in the city of Cambridge.
    Provides residents and communities in Cambridgeshire with easy online access to local information and services.
  • Resources for Cambridge Parents


  • Citizens Advice Bureau
    Tel. 0844 848 7979
    An independent charitable organisation that helps people resolve their problems by providing information and advice on debt, employment, health and community care, housing, immigration, legal issues, relationships, welfare and benefits, and more.
  • Helplines