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 met at 7:30pm on Thursday 8th November at the school. Vilage residents are encouraged to attend. The agenda is linked below.
Babraham will mark the hundredth anniversary of the Armistice: this was the formal ending of World War I at 11.00am on 11 November 1918.
Morning Service in the High Street, Babraham
Sawston Youth Group Marching Band will leave from Babraham School to the Village Memorial at 12.00.
Revd Alan Partridge will lead a short service with laying of wreaths at 12.30. Cllr Jane Goody will lay a wreath on behalf of the Parish Council.
The band will return to the School after the Service.
Evening commemoration in Church Lane, Babraham
In conjunction with St Peter’s Church and Babraham Research Campus and the Parish Council, Revd Alan Partridge will host a short ceremony in Church Lane, Babraham.
At 18.20, a beacon will be lit and, at 18.30, Revd Alan Partridge will read a First World War poem and sing a Carol to mark the end of hostilities 100 years ago.
We welcome all Parishioners to attend either event.
As noted in the Minutes of the Babraham Parish Council Meeting on 11 October, 2018, the Council voted unanimously to oppose the H/1:b development and to prepare a response to the Application.
You can read the Council response here; it was lodged on Tuesday 23 October, 2018
The parish council met at 7:30pm on Thursday 8th November at the school. The agenda and minutes are linked below.
The latest edition of the Babraham village newsletter has just been published – hopefully residents will have had a copy through their door by now! You can also download a copy here. We hope you enjoy it and find it useful – if you’d like to contribute to the next edition, please contact the Parish Council.