Stretham & Wilburton Community Land Trust
Stretham & Wilburton Community Land Trust

Welcome to Stretham & Wilburton Community Land Trust

SWCLT Newsletter June 2019.pdf
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Stretham and Wilburton Community Land Trust (SWCLT) is a community charity owned and managed by local people to create:

• Affordable housing for local residents

• Community buildings and play areas

• Thriving local amenities

• Workspaces for local businesses

• Green spaces, allotments and orchards

• Renewable energy supplies

• A more sustainable future for our community.

Anyone who lives and/or works in Stretham or Wilburton can join. By working together to make decisions about local land development, the idea is to improve our community in ways that will benefit all of us.


Wilburton Public Consultations - 26th September 2018 & 1st November 2018


Thank you to everyone who came along to the Public Consultation events, it was great to see so many people from the community.  Here is a link to the Display Boards that were on show at both events:



Display Boards from 1st November 2018.pd[...]
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Display Boards from 26th Sept 2018
Display Boards from 26 Sept 2018.pdf
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Thank you to all who came along to the Public Meeting on Wednesday 27th February 2019 at the Village Hall in Wilburton.  If you did not pick up a Feedback Form and would like to submit some comments, please see the form below.  The presentation from the event is also available below.

Feedback form 27 Feb 2019
Wilburton Presentation Feedback Form - 2[...]
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Public Meeting Presentation from SWCLT 2[...]
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Contact us today!

If you have any queries, please contact our Clerk Rachel Watts below:


c/o 45 Twenty Pence Road

Wilburton, Ely



Tel: 07762 040800


Or use our contact form.

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Stretham & Wilburton Community Land Trust (SWCLT) is registered (No. 31823R) with the Financial Services Authority as a Community Benefit Society with charitable rules under the Industrial and Provident Society Act 1965.