Welcome to Horseheath…

Horseheath is a small Cambridgeshire village nestled in the rolling countryside of the south-east corner of the county with boundaries close to both the Suffolk and Essex borders. With a population of around 350 people, the Parish includes the hamlet of Cardinal’s Green which is divided from the main village by the main Cambridge to Haverhill Road – the A1307.

Linton Road and Village Sign                                                                               ©  Hugh Venables

Horseheath is around 14 miles from Cambridge, 10 miles from Saffron Walden and 4 miles from Haverhill and well-positioned to benefit from the services these towns have to offer. Horseheath is on the route of the frequent local bus service between Cambridge and Haverhill.

…and welcome to our website

You’ll find lots of information on here about the village, the Church, our Village Hall, the Parish Council and the local clubs, organisations and businesses.

Please come in and browse around – we would welcome your feedback and comments on the website, and suggestions for how we could improve it.  If you have comments about the website please email: admin@horseheath.info; you will find details of specific contacts in the relevant areas of the site.

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This page will be closed in the coming week. The village does not require two Facebook pages. Please join us on HORSEHEATH WHATS ON ...
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Dear all... on behalf of Bill and Adrienne (driver and PA on the castle camps primary school bus)I know the high st is busy with Bartow Rd closed at the moment but please can you show some consideration and allow traffic coming towards the school to move forwards too.. The school bus waited for 10 minutes this morning for someone to think to stop and allow us to move on and drop our 12 children to school - needless to say we were 5 mins late. I realise that the majority of children in camps walk to school and I will be posting this on Haverhill and Horseheath pages too, but I have to start somewhere.... Polite rant over ...
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1 week ago

John C Howard
Once you've been to the latest Farmers Market on Saturday 12th, come along to the Annual Parish Meeting on Friday 25th June at 7.30pm. We've got all the Village Organisations to meet; the second half will include a short talk by Marcus Field-Rayner, the chair of Rail Haverhill, about options for a Haverhill-Cambridge rail link. With the change in Mayor this is a real option. Come and make your mind up! We will ensure the meeting is Covid secure. ...
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1 week ago

Sophie Bradford
After the quality training session on Wednesday. It has now been decided to run 2 training sessions a week (details on attached picture). All welcome to attend. ...
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