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.

Here is a feed from our open community Facebook page

19 hours ago

John C Howard
More fly tipping at the junction of the Roman Road and West Wickham Road..... More in the ditch.... ...
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2 days ago

Anne Borakis
Don't wait till Mothers Day - enjoy a delicious Greek Meal for 2 -choose from either Home-made Boureki (oven-bake with courgettes, garlic, cheese, potato) or Fassoulada (Bean Cassoulet with Greek Sausage) with starters of Home-madeTzatziki and Hummus, Olive Biscuits, Stuffed Vine Leaves, Cheese-stuffed Baby Peppers, Olives (plain, pimento, garlic) and finish off with sticky Baklava - all for £30 (for 2) or £55 for 4. Message or email on info@borakisgreekfood.co.uk ...
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Thanks to Terry Mundy, Horseheath Parish Council has received a grant to sow wild flowers along some road verges. We are hoping to make this a project the whole community can get behind. The first meeting by zoom is on March 8th in the evening and will feature a talk about wild life gardening - don't miss it! More details from Terry or on www.horseheath.info.... ...
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www.horseheath.info/hot-news/join-us-to-increase-the-number-of-plants-for-pollinators-around-the-... ...
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