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.
The Parish Council should consist of five councillors this is the minimum for even the smallest of villages. Currently we have only three and so have two vacancies. We would welcome any interest from residents or those who work in the parish. The workload is not that onerous, the interest level high and the satisfaction to be gained by helping your village priceless.Continue reading
The council have appointed Anne Angell as our new clerk, she will replace Margaret Badcock who is retiring at the end of August after many years excellent service. Anne can be contacted via email at or by phone to either … Continue reading
The Parish Council has a paid vacancy for a clerk. If you are or know anyone who may be interested in this useful position then please ask them to have a look at the job description and then get in touch with us.Continue reading
BPC has published a plan and details of its ambition for the village. It details current projects and outlines ideas that are being pursued. Please take a look and let us know what you think – please.Continue reading
An opportunity has arisen for the purchase of the Black Barn, and adjoining Cart Sheds, adjacent to the George. The council are undertaking a comprehensive feasibility study to see if it can be economically restored and converted to become a community facility in the heart of the village.Continue reading
A summary of the proceedings of the Annual Parish Meeting held on 14 May has been posted on the web site. It includes updates on all the current issues – follow this link to read it. … Continue reading
The first Babraham Rubbish Friends village litter pick will take place on Sunday 7 June. Meet at Home Farm House at 10am; bring a picnic to have there later. All equipment - hi-vis jackets, litter pickers and bags will be provided. … Continue reading
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.