Eynesbury Hardwicke was historically part of Eynesbury parish. That parish was split in two in 1895; the village of Eynesbury was incorporated into the town of St Neots. Eynesbury Hardwicke parish was formed from the remaining 2,641 acres (10.7 km²) of countryside.
Caldecote Manor, Eynesbury Hardwicke House and the site of an abandoned village, Weald, are in the former parish. It did not contain a parish church or settlement—though by the time of its dissolution Eynesbury had expanded into the parish—but it did have a parish council. At the time of the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 1,124.
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