This is the web site for Babraham Village, near Cambridge in the UK. It provides information from the Parish Council and a range of local groups, details of public services and growing history section.
The site is run by Babraham Parish Council on behalf of the residents. Any comments or enquiries should be made to the Parish Council, either directly or by using this Contact Form.
Additional information is often to be found on the notice board in the centre of the village.
You are invited to the Annual Parish Meeting, 7.30pm in the School Hall on Thursday 14 May.
This is your chance to hear what the Parish Council and other village groups have been doing over the past year, and what we hope to achieve this coming year. We like to hear your views, so feel free to ask us questions during the meeting. It’s a fairly informal affair and is a great opportunity to catch up with your neighbours. We provide wine, beer, soft drinks and crisps. There’s also a super soaraway prize draw!Continue reading
There is an idea to have a get together to pick up the rubbish in the village on a regular basis. The scheme called ‘rubbish friends’ involves walking through the village collecting rubbish.Continue reading
There is to be a Churchyard Tidy-up on 28th February at 11am – followed by lunch at the George.
Bring your garden tools if you have any, but if not, just bring your willing hands.
The Great Babraham Sewing Bee is about to happen! unlike the version on tv, this isn’t a competition, and it’s about more than sewing…. come along to the George on Wednesdays between 3 and 4 pm and Thursdays between 10.30 … Continue reading
A bit of a premature invitation – sorry. It seems it was only intended for the actual Parish Councillors. Just look at the perks we get
Sorry again, come for the ride anyway.Continue reading
We have had reports of a woman being attacked one late afternoon last week on the road to the church near the pocket park. She is fine with no serious harm done, she had her dogs with her. Please be careful and report anything suspicious to the police. They are involved in the case and will be keeping an eye out in the area. The attacker has been described as 5′ 9″ tall wearing a Barbour jacket.Continue reading
At the September PC meeting we learned that plans are well underway for the cycleway through the research campus grounds that will link all our local cycleways. It is not yet clear when work will begin but the intention of all parties is strong and agreement on status and route is near.Continue reading
The PC has learned recently that despite our summer of negotiations with SCDC planners and CCC highways we have failed to achieve a commitment from the football club to finance traffic management and calming measures in the High Street.Continue reading
BT inform us that the installation problems for some village numbers has now been sorted. They are taking orders for broadband services again now.Continue reading
With many thanks to the Institute the footpath bridge is now safe and open again.Continue reading