The Parish Council will meet on Thursday 14th March at 7:30pm at the primary school. Residents and welcome and encouraged to attend. The agenda is linked below.
Cheveley Park Farms has asked us to pass on their apologies for any inconvenience as they will be spreading chicken muck on some of the fields around the village. This will be smelly but will be ploughed in as soon as possible.
The new village newsletter should have come through your letterbox, and is available to download here. If you’d like to contribute to future editions, please contact the Parish Council.
We are compiling a list of Highways issues that we will share with County Councillor Kevin Cuffley and then use for a site visit by Highways Officers. If you have suggestions for works that should be undertaken, please forward them … Continue reading
Communities urged to have their say on Cambridge-Oxford rail link Councillors are urging communities to have their say on proposed routes a new railway line between Cambridge and Oxford may take across South Cambridgeshire. Leading Councillors have said the new … Continue reading
High Street between Sawston Road and the A505 junction, known as the Wych, will be closed from 29th January for approximately 7 days. Diversions will be in place, access will be maintained so far as practicable for normal vehicular use to/from residencies along the road, and access will always be maintained for emergency services. On the weekend of 2-3 February, works will be undertaken which will effectively block the junction onto the A505 at Brentditch End.
The work is being performed by the John Henry Group on behalf of the University of Cambridge Granta Backbone Network.
Our external auditors, PKF Littlejohn, have completed their review of our Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) for the year ended 31 March 2018. We are asked to notify Publics of this and to provide access to our submission. If … Continue reading
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.