Welcome to Comberton, Cambridgeshire!

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Comberton is an historic rural village in the green belt in South Cambridgeshire, UK - some 4 miles to the south west of Cambridge with over 943 dwellings and population exceeding 2,360 (est.). An attractive blend of old and new, it is well served by local education, sports and community facilities with good transport links.


Last Updated 8th May 2015
Parish Council

Tim Scott, a Comberton resident,
was re-elected as SCDC Councillor for Comberton for a second term.
His votes were up from 378 in 2013 to 826 in 2015 with turnout near 76%.

For the South Cambridgeshire Parliamentary seat after Andrew Lansley retired, Conservative candidate Ms Allen won, securing 31,454 votes.
Labour’s Daniel Greef came second with 10,860 votes, third was Liberal Democrat Sebastian Kindersley.
All parties, save for Lib Dem’s Mr Kindersley, increased their number of votes from 2010. The Conservative vote increased from 27,995 to 31,454.

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