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New community building for south of Cambridge will open this autumn

By Ben Comber

Alison Sutton, Centre Manager at the Clay Farm Community Centre. Pic - Richard Marsham
Alison Sutton, Centre Manager at the Clay Farm Community Centre. Pic - Richard Marsham

The Clay Farm Centre stands in Hobson Square in Great Kneighton.

A new community building will open this autumn in one of the city’s newest neighbourhoods.

The Clay Farm Centre, being built at Great Kneighton near Trumpington, will include a library, a café, a medical centre and residential properties. It will overlook Hobson Square.

The centre is intended to serve residents of Trumpington and the surrounding areas as well as the new development.

Cambridge’s MP, Daniel Zeichner, visited the site last Friday (July 28).

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He said: “The ongoing project to construct a new community centre at Clay Farm is a key part of building an inclusive and sustainable community in this significant new development in the city.”

A centre manager – Alison Sutton – is already in place and more appointments are planned.


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