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Brampton has a population of around 5000 people and is ideally placed for easy access to Huntingdon, Hinchingbrooke and St Neots.The charming village has several pubs and a small shopping area.Brampton Village Primary School...
Buckden is a village which is only a short drive from St Neots. It has a population of around 2800 according to the 2011 census.The village history dates back to 1085 when it is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Bugedene.Its...
Grafham is a lovely little village around five miles away from Huntingdon. Most people across the region know it because it gives its name to the popular Grafham Water reservoir.The reservoir is the third biggest in England and...
Great Paxton is a small village a couple of miles to the north of St Neots.With a population of around 1000 people, it's a close-knit community.The village is a serial winner of the East Anglia Village of the Year...
Hail Weston is home to The Royal Oak pub with a beautiful thatched roof and cottage-style garden. It's a great stop off on a circular walk or cycle from the village. ...
Little Paxton is larger than Great Paxton despite their respective names.Its population is around 3244 people according to the 2011 census.It is a short drive away or walk away from Paxton Pits, which is a beautiful nature...
Perry is another of one of the charming villages in the area that was listed in the Domesday Book. It was recorded as West Perry, but the prefix was eventually dropped.The village is home to a Baptist Church, a village shop/Post...
Southoe is a small yet wonderful village with a park and playing field officially opened by the actor Warwick Davis.  There are a variety of walks to neighbouring villages, Little Paxton, Perry and Hail Weston. ...
St Neots is the biggest town in Cambridgeshire and the fastest growing one too.It hugs banks of the River Great Ouse and has a character and charm all its own. The town is steeped in history dating back more than 1,000 years to...