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.
There are currently two proposed developments to extend Sawston along Babraham Road, which would fall within the Babraham parish boundary. The architects for one of these, KWA, have arranged for a transport consultant to attend a Q&A session on Wednesday 15th August at 7pm at Babraham Primary School so that they can answer any technical questions as well as give an overview of the transport proposals. KWA are in the process of going through further pre-application discussions with Highways and are expecting their formal response shortly.
We invite you to attend to hear the presentation and take part in this important discussion. The Parish Council is in conversation with many partners to seek improvements to traffic behaviour through the village and this event will be a valuable contribution to those developments.
Please come and make your views known.
The Babraham Research campus have organised Babraham Bat Night to take place on Thursday 16th August. Join them for a BBQ and guided walk around the campus to learn all about the bats living on site.
The BBQ is at 6:30pm at the bar followed by a talk and walk led by Iain Webb of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northants Wildlife Trusts. Bat detectors and provided for the walk. Friends, family and children are all welcome.
Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org – please include how many of you and any dietary requirements.