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.
All Parish Councillor positions will be up for election this year on 3rd May and both parish and district council elections will now occur every four years simultaneously. The deadline for nominations is 4:00pm Friday 6 April 2018. Have you … Continue reading →
UK Power Networks are trimming some trees near the power lines in the village on Monday 12th so certain properties may lose power. If this will affect you, you should have received a note through the door. The power may be down between approximately 9am and 3pm. If you have any questions you can call UKPN on 0800 31 63 105 (free from a mobile or landline) – quote reference INC-18437-C. More advice can be found at http://www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/plannedpowercuts.
The Research Campus are running a wildlife project, which has included recording some fascinating videos of wildlife on the campus, such as the amazing video of the badger below. For more information, please view the latest update, or visit (and bookmark) their YouTube channel.
The Parish Council are pleased to announce that we intend to bring back the Babraham Bash in 2018, to give the villagers an opportunity to get together, have some food and drink, and to meet their representatives on the Parish Council. Planning is still in its very early stages, so we would like any ideas or suggestions from the villagers as to what sort of things they’d like to see at the event. Please send your comments through to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’d be delighted to take them in to consideration.
Orchards East is an exciting new environmental and cultural project covering six counties in the East of England – Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Landscape Group in the School of History … Continue reading →
Construction officially started on the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon scheme in November 2016. The scheme want to keep you informed about it’s progress and how construction may affect you in the most useful way possible, so participation in the survey … Continue reading →