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Located near Cambridge, Cherry Hinton is an attractive village and home to over 8000 residents, it retains a true village identity and clubs and societies flourish for every age and interest and together support an active community life.
Historic buildings demonstrate Cherry Hinton's long-term presence in the Cambridge area such as St Andrew's Church originally built in the 1100's however the village dates back even further with prehistoric finds such as arrowheads, pottery and burials being discovered in recent years. You can see the full history of Cherry Hinton here.
This site aims to give local information, details of events and news items to the residents and to visitors to the village. If you have an event, a project, or news item that you would like publicising then please contact us.
Please do take a look at our photo gallery and if you have any images of the area you would like included send them to us via email.
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Cherry Hinton News
Posted Feb 23, 2015, 11:28 AM by Tracy Saunders
Posted Mar 24, 2014, 11:42 PM by Tracy Saunders
Cherry Hinton High Street Redevelopment
Following years of campaigning by local councillors and Cherry Hinton Residents Association, The High Street will be improved with a minimum spend of £250,000.Consultation with local residents will ...
Posted Oct 10, 2012, 11:41 PM by Tracy Saunders
Posted Apr 25, 2014, 2:24 AM by Tracy Saunders
CHRA put forward proposals for new community facilities in Cherry Hinton.
Cherry Hinton Residents Association recently attended Cambridge City Council workshops to put forward schemes to improve village facilities. Schemes that are deemed suitable for monies will go to South Area ...
Posted Oct 10, 2012, 11:18 PM by Tracy Saunders