Places to Visit

Angelsey Abbey
Anglesey Abbey and Garden
Angelsey Abbey
Burwell Museum & Windmill
Set among beautifully preserved historic farming buildings, Burwell Museum tells the story of a bustling fen-edge village. Alongside the 19th-century mill, displays from the everyday to the amazing vividly recreate Burwell life over the ages. There are also open spaces for children to play, lots of hands-on interactive exhibits, and play and picnic areas. Burwell Museum is run solely by volunteers, who generously donate their time to keep the Museum open to the public, and offer a wide range of events and learning opportunities. Find out more about volunteering with us here.
Web

Burwell Museum & Windmill
Bury St Edmunds
Official tourism web site for Bury St Edmunds
Bury St Edmunds
Chippenham Fen
Woodland Trust
Web

Chippenham Fen
Denny Abbey
Denny Farmland Museum and Abbey
Denny Abbey
Devil's Dyke
A walk from Woodditton to Reach A 7 mile long embankment, thrown up in Anglo-Saxon times believed to be around 1450 years old. It is scheduled as a S.S.I. (Site of Special Scientific Interest)
Wikipedia

Woodditton Site

The Wildflife Trusts

Devil's Dyke
Ely Cathedral
The very impressive cathedral in nearby Ely. Hosts concerts, lectures, craft and food fairs etc.
Cathedral Web Site

Cathedral Events

Wikipedia

Ely Cathedral
Go Ape In Thetford Forset
On Segway's, Bikes or Climbing in trees
Go Ape In Thetford Forset
Ickworth House
Ickworth House Park and Garden
Ickworth House
National Horseracing Museum
Museum tours, shop, cafe, galleries, education and even a racehorse simulator. 99 High Street, Newmarket Suffolk CB8 8JH
National Horseracing Museum
National Trust Properties
Newmarket Horseracing
Find out about the home of racing, events tickets etc.
Newmarket Horseracing
Red Lodge Karting Centre
Outdoor Karting Centre
Red Lodge Karting Centre
St Mary's Church (Burwell)
A fine mediaeval building, which is in the perpendicular style, and visible from many miles away.
Web Site

St Mary's Church (Burwell)
Thetford Forest Park
Family park in Thetford Forest
Thetford Forest Park
Wicken Fen and Burwell Fen Farm
National Trust info on Wicken Fen and Burwell Fen
Wicken Fen and Burwell Fen Farm
Wimpole Hall & Farm
National Trust Property
Wimpole Hall & Farm
Village News
Suspended Green
Waste Collections

13 Dec. - 28 Jan.
Local MP
Lucy Frazer
accused of
conflict of
interest
Oxford Archaeology News
Visitors welcomed to
Bronze Age Burwell Oxford archaeology
UK's biggest solar farm planned for east of England (Click on image for larger version)
Proposed Solar Farm
Latest Proposals
Millstone Park Housing Development
(350 new homes)
This Land Web Site
Planning Docs
Clunch Magazine
Online
BBC News - Cambridgeshire
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