6 December 2020 – Weekly Police Update – Fenstanton

Good Afternoon, Fenstanton District Members –

Here is our weekly summary of offences and incidents affecting your community, reported to police during the period 29th November to 5th December:

High Street / Chequer Street, Fenstanton – Police received reports of a male selling items door-to-door in Fenstanton on Saturday afternoon, 5th December, and being argumentative when told to go away. One elderly resident was very upset by his aggressive manner. Police issued an alert to patrols in the area to be on the lookout for the male and he was spotted in Bluntisham a short time later, where officers spoke to him and warned him about his behaviour. (Refs CC-05122020-0317 and CC-05122020-0331)

Low Road – Police arrested the driver of a blue Ford car, seen driving erratically on Low Road on Saturday evening, 5th December, when a road-side breath test returned a positive result. The car had been seen moving very slowly, hitting the kerb and failing to negotiate a roundabout. (Ref CC-05122020-0385)

And Finally – Covid Restrictions over Christmas:

The Tier-2 Restrictions that now cover the whole of Cambridgeshire will be relaxed over the Christmas period from 23rd to 27th December. During these 5 days it will be possible to form a ‘Christmas Bubble’ made up of a limited number of friends and family.

There are three main rules about Christmas Bubbles:

• You can only be in one Christmas Bubble;

• You cannot change your Christmas Bubble;

• Your Christmas Bubble must not include people from more than 3 households.

Full details are on the Government website at –