Welcome to the Bartlow Village Website




The 14th Bartlow 3 Counties Walk day will be on 

30TH APRIL 2017

Click below to visit the walk website and register.



The Bartlow Bulletin. Find out what's happening here.

Parish AGM on 27th March. Read the Agenda here.

See how the village has changed - Maps 1880 to 1950 




We're Having A BARN DANCE

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Check out the latest on The Three Hills Facebook page.

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The 2016 Walk raised £10,850 !!

If anyone is in a position to help with the 2017 walk or has suggestions for making this successful event even better do contact Duncan Ogilvy on 01223 893644 or duncan.ogilvy@btinternet.com. 

Over 600 walkers came along for the 2016 Bartlow walk and we raised a commendable £10,850, shared equally between the Addenbrooke’s Diabetes Team, Linton Health Centre and Bartlow Church Restoration.
A new start/finish point and a refreshed route were successful innovations, as was on-line registration.
The organisers would like to thank everyone who walked and contributed to this result and also the many local companies who contributed in financial terms or by providing services to the event.  Prominent among these were FinCapital, ARM, Mills & Reeve, Marshall Land Rover, Brown & Co, Carter Jonas, The Gog Farm Shop, TWI and Barnardiston School as well as many others.  Thanks also to the Saffron Walden Lions Club who provided excellent security and to the many landowners who allowed us once again to walk on their land.
And thanks to the people of Bartlow - a tiny village with just over 100 residents, almost all of whom were involved in some way in making the walk such a success.

Mediaeval Wall Paintings In Bartlow Church Revealed

After several years of fund raising and planning, we are delighted to announce that conservation work to the three mediaeval wall paintings in St Mary's Church Bartlow is now complete.

The church is open during daylight hours and visitors are welcome to call in and view these magnificent paintings.  A small interpretation centre at the back of the church has two posters describing the paintings and their conservation prepared by the conservator Tobit Curteis Assocates LLP.  A switch next to the posters will turn on some lights that will enable the paintings to be viewed in all their glory. 

The conservators full report with photographs may be found at the following link 




WW1 - 100 YEARS

This photograph was taken in Bartlow during the first world war and it can be seen on the Roll of Honour website for Cambridgeshire http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Cambridgeshire/.  Can anyone identify the soldiers?



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