A leaflet detailing this information is provided to Gypsies and Travellers and is also summarised below.
Our guide relates to public land managed by Cambridgeshire County Council. This is normally areas you may consider pulling on to that are off the roads in our area.
Public areas, such as recreation grounds, village greens and playing fields is not permitted.
When you leave you must leave the land you were on as you found it. Bag up any rubbish and leave it so it can be collected easily. It must not be reoccupied within three months.
If you want advice on any health issues, you should be able to see any local GP or dentist, even if you are not registered.
The NHS also has a Gypsy and Traveller Health Team. You can call them on 01353 724220.
You can also get 24-hour help and advice by calling 111.
For school admissions or home school liaison in this area call Cambridgeshire County Council’s Race Equality and Diversity Service on 01223 703882.
If you want to express an interest in living on a Council owned Gypsy and Traveller site or house, contact the Gypsy and Traveller liaison officer on 07702 821402.
Before you think about purchasing a piece of land for a Gypsy and Traveller plot you must contact us first as planning permission will be needed. Call us on 03450 455 215 for more information.
The Community Law Partnership has a Travellers Advice Team who can provide help and support on general Gypsy and Traveller legal matters. Call 0121 685 8595.
The Ormiston Trust aims to address social exclusion and promote equality by proving an advocacy service to the Travelling community. The advocacy service is free, independent and confidential.
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