Bar Hill Village

Bar Hill is a vibrant, thriving village in South Cambridgeshire built in the 1960s on farmland purchased from Chivers Ltd. The village is about 5 miles north of Cambridge, alongside the A14 and it has just under 2,000 properties with a population of approximately 4,500 inhabitants.
There is a more detailed history with old and new maps here

Facilities
The village has one of the largest Tesco stores in the country, a Library and Post Office, Health Centre and Dentist, Church (ecumenical), Primary School, Village Hall and Social Club, several Playgroups/Nurseries, uniformed organisations, and sports clubs. There is also a hotel and industrial area offering opportunities for employment.

Transport
The village has a very good bus service. Stagecoach runs 3 buses an hour to Cambridge and one an hour to St Ives (these buses travel around the village picking up and dropping off passengers). From the centre of the village, Go-Whippet runs 2 buses an hour to Cambridge and 2 to St Ives and Huntingdon.
There is also the Guided Bus with a large carpark at Longstanton that connects to Cambridge at one end and St Ives & Huntington at the other

Parish Council
Our Parish Council Office is in the centre of the village and is open for visitors from 10 am to noon Monday to Thursday. Follow the menu link to find out more about the Parish Council.

Map of Bar Hill

This map may not be reproduced without permission from the Bar Hill Residents' Association