Babraham is a small village located six miles south east of Cambridge. It has a small population of only around 300 people, but the nearby Babraham Institute has around 750 employees, some working for the Institute itself and other for related companies. The Babraham Institute is a world class research institution in the field of molecular and cell biology and it breathes life and diversity into Babraham. There is a small primary school that has been rated as 'outstanding' by Ofsted and plenty of community activities and events run by the parish.
Babraham is within commuting distance from Cambridge and for a small village, Babraham provides its residents with a range of community centres and facilities, they are even working hard to improve broadband internet 'not-spots'! It is the perfect mix of old meets new.