Current News
Ollie King in concert at Bar Hill church April 19th

Click on the picture to visit his website and listen to some of his recordings

Ollie King is a fine folk musician who went to school in Bar Hill and is now making a real impact on the UK folk scene. It does look like a good evening and I will be there!!

April Bar Hill News
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Crimes reported in Bar Hill in the last couple of days
Mostly Car breakins. Click here to read the details

Community Facilities for Young People Working Party
The Parish Council has set up a working party to look at improving the facilities for young people living in Bar Hill. I have set up a webpage to keep the village residents. Go here to view it

Interesting visitors to our village
Last Friday (11th March) we had a couple of unusual visitors to Bar Hill. I was pleased to see them and meet them as back in the late 60's, before I lived in Bar Hill, I used to ride with my girl friend from Dry Drayton across to Bar Hill, tie the horses outside Cambridge Consultants and partake of the free coffee
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The chestnut with a blaze Freydís, 25, the black/brown Şokki, 18,
(Ş is letter thorn, can written as Thokki)
This is also an old english charactor.
The skewbald is Salka, 3
They are all Icelandic horses and more information can be found here

A11 Closed March 9th until April 1st
Click here to read the information

Changes to the front of the village
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This is the CAD model of the redesigned pond and flyover click on the image to visit a page of details and pictures
Cambridgeshire County Councillor’s March 2017 Report to Parish Councils
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Village Parking
Click here for a message from Chief Inspector James Sutherland - Area Commander - South Cambs

I have given some thought about this and it is becoming clear that the days of finding funds for a skate park equivelent to our previous one are over but, it just might be possible to build our own. I found this and will look further into it as soon as I can and in the meantime I would happily publish any helpful comments - just use the contact page.

A14 Upgrade Monthly Council Bulletin
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A14 UpGrade News

Click on the great and the good to open the report

Rubbish collection dates for Bar Hill
  • Thurs 16th March. green and blue bins
  • Thurs 23rd March black bin
  • Thurs 30th March. green and blue bins
  • Thurs 6th April. black bin
  • Thurs 13th April green and blue bins
  • Sat 22nd April black bin
  • Fri 28th April green and blue bins
  • Fri 5th May black bin
  • Thurs 11th May green and blue bins
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  • tbd green and blue bins
  • National Power Cut Phone Line.

    Click on the picture for the full details,or find more information on the website:

    A14 upgrade approved
    So work can now start although it will be a little while before we see any action. Click here to view the letter

    Flood Investigation Report for Bar Hill - August 2014
    The Flood Investigation Report for the Bar Hill flood event in 2014 has just been published. I have put a copy on the website. Click here to read it

    Bar Hill Early History update
    Last Friday, 22nd January 2016, We had a visit from Brian Falk one of the team that was instrumental in the original creation of Bar Hill.
    Brian has passed to us a number of interesting documents and photos from the early days and I will make them available as soon as I can. This may take a little time as I need to digitise a lot of slides.
    Brian has sent us a document that shows the growth of the village from the original 2,500 people to where we are today (4,500). Click here to view it.
    I have copied the first set of 10 original drawings that were used to support the original planning proposal. Click here to view them.

    Bar Hill village fete 2015
    The fete was a success and the weather, despite some gazibo challanging gusts of wind, was kind.
    I have put some pictures of the event on the Bar Hill Fete website
    If anyone has other pictures I would be pleased to add them to the site.

    English classes for speakers of other languages
    Full details added to the organisations page

    Community Lifeline Service
    The Community Lifeline Service provides a pendant alarm in your home which when pressed contacts a response centre so that help can be raised. Click here for more information.

    I will flag any new additions to the page of flood information as I get them.
    Some new photos added 4th November. You can find the page here
    The environment Agency has tools on its website to enable any one to create a flood plan for their own residence. To access the template go Here

    Community Automated External Defibrillator
    defib2 A Community Automated External Defibrillator has been installed on the Parish Council office wall. This device is available all day every day, is very simple to use by untrained people and is fully automated. If you want more information about this please email the webmaster or phone the Parish Council Office
    There is a page of information giving more information about this here.

    Bar Hill Community Car Scheme
    The Community Car Scheme provides door-to-door transport for people who do not have the use of a car. Volunteer drivers use their own cars and are DBS checked and fully insured.
    For more information please go here