Welcome to the website of Hildersham - a small village located in Cambridgeshire.

Hildersham is situated eight miles south-east of Cambridge, just off the A1307, the main road to Haverhill. It is close to the villages of Linton, Abington and Balsham. The river Granta flows through the village on its way to Cambridge.

With a population of approximately 200 people, Hildersham is a close-knit community centred on the 12th century church and village pub - The Pear Tree. It is famous for its breathtaking display of daffodils in the spring.  It's beautiful meadows and river and it's very community spirited parishioners.


The Abingtons

Great and Little Abington are a nearby villages which share numerous links with Hildersham including the village newsletter, the School and a Vicar.



What is Hildersham Village Hall's

connection with

Brave Great War British Tommies and the 1st Eastern General Hospital?


A Clue!!!

Hildersham Recreation Room

was built 100 Years ago in September 1914

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Hildersham Village Hall sadly will have to be replaced, as it is slowly sinking into the clay, due to lack of foundations. Help us raise some of the funds necessary by attending one our fundraising events Click here for more...






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Granta Deanery Synod

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