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The Cambridgeshire.net and Family Information Directory websites have now closed and been replaced by a new Cambridgeshire online directory.

Cambridgeshire online directory

The new directory is a combination of the content from Cambridgeshire.net and Cambridgeshire County Council’s Family Information Directory, where residents and organisations will find information on: 

  • Local clubs, groups, events and activities
  • Schools and childcare providers
  • Libraries
  • Child and Family Centres
  • Adult learning courses
  • Council and health services
  • Local and national charities and voluntary and community sector organisations
  • Local community support

How to get involved with the new Cambridgeshire online directory

The new directory operates on the same self-service basis as Cambridgeshire.net. Current Cambridgeshire.net authors will be able to register an account where they can log in and add information. We still reserve the right to moderate and approve content. 

Information already on Cambridgeshire.net will not be automatically transferred to the new directory.

Cambridgeshire.net authors have been contacted with instructions on how to add their organisation’s information, activities and events.

If your organisation or service relies on linking through to content on Cambridgeshire.net or the Family Information Directory, please get in touch with us so we can look at how best to support your requirements. There may be the opportunity to support the quality of the content you have an interest in. 

If you find the new directory doesn’t have listings you require, we may be able to add these if essential for your service delivery needs. Again, please get in touch with us if that’s the case. 


If you have any enquiries, please email the Cambridgeshire County Council Information Services team at  [email protected]

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