A14 Closures for next week (week 11)There will be overnight closures on the A14 and A428 for the installation of the narrow lanes. I expect that the signage will be the usual unhelpful minimum and the diversions frustrating. Once the installation of CCTV and speed cameras is completed, work will begin to implement the narrow lanes on both carriageways of the A14. This will mean a reduction in the speed limit to 40mph in both directions. I understand that these speed limits will be rigidly enforced
- Monday night – install narrow lanes A14 EB & Average Speed Camera calibration
- Tuesday night - install temporary barrier A14 EB & ASC calibration If needed.
- Wednesday night – install narrow lanes A14 WB & ASC calibration
- Thursday night - install temporary barrier A14 WB & ASC calibration If needed.
- Friday night - install temporary barrier A428 EB
Important Update on Doctor's Surgery Opening timeIn this months Bar Hill News there was an entry that mentions a closure of the surgery on 16th March. This closure has now been cancelled and the surgery will be open as usual on that date. The information was received too late for the BHN as it was already printed.
March Bar Hill News
Cambridgeshire County Councillor’s February 2017 Report to Parish CouncilsClick here to read the report
A14 Upgrade Monthly Council BulletinClick here to view the "Bulletin"
A14 UpGrade News
Rubbish collection dates for Bar Hill
National Power Cut Phone Line.
Click on the picture for the full details,or find more information on the website:
A14 upgrade approved
Flood Investigation Report for Bar Hill - August 2014The 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 updateLast 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 2015The 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 languagesFull details added to the organisations page
Community Lifeline ServiceThe 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.
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
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 SchemeThe 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