Welcome to Babraham
Babraham is small village, just south of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. The village is set in open countryside, has its own Primary School and welcoming pub and is home to the renowned Babraham Institute and Biotechnology Research Campus. We have easy access to the motorway network, main line rail stations and, via public transport, to the University City of Cambridge.
Babraham has an active Parish Council and also benefits from other charities and social organisations. Several business and a major farming enterprise are based in the village and it is well placed close to the centres of research and employment at Addenbrookes Teaching Hospital, Cambridge Technology Park, The Genome Project and the various business parks in South Cambridgeshire. There are a range of places to stay locally - details of all of these and more can be found within these pages.
- - 11 January 2012
The legal contracts that govern aspects of the development are being finalised. Expected start date is now June 2012.
- - 21 July 2011
Many ideas have been submitted. These will be initially assessed for their feasibility over the summer. The results of these studies will be presented at a Public Meeting in the Winter where a shortlist will be drawn up for further investigation. Volunteers are sought to help with these initial feasibility studies.
- - 12 January 2012
The Parish Council has filled its vacancy. Mr Mike Read has been co-opted onto the council.
The site is managed by the Parish Council on behalf of residents and visitors. Comments and contributions are very welcome - either contact a Parish Councillor directly or click to email the webmaster. We are looking for your best images, details of local businesses, up and coming events and so on - just get in touch with your ideas and material.