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Among England's greatest country houses, Apethorpe Palace holds a particularly important place in English history because of its ownership by, and role in, entertaining Tudor and Stuart monarchs.

Apethorpe, PE8 5AQ

tel: 0870 3331181

 
Wall paintings

Victorian Decorative Genius!

Jesus Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8BS

tel: 01223 324 442

 

Overend, Elton, nr Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE8 6RU

 
Kings College Chapel

You are welcome to visit the College grounds and Chapel and to attend choral services in the Chapel. You are asked, however, to respect the College as a place of study.

King's College, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1ST

tel: (+44) (0)1223 331212

VistEngland VAQAS

 

26 Benyon Grove, Orton Malborne, PE2 5XS

 
St Deny's church

A normal church in picturesque setting.

St Denys Church, Little Barford, Bedfordshire, PE19 6YE

tel: 01223 324 442

 

Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre at Hinchingbrooke House

Hinchingbrooke House

Hinchingbrooke House is a Tudor country house and caters for weddings, events, conferences, fairs and exhibitions.

Hinchingbrooke House, Brampton Road, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3BN

 

Pidley All Saints

Pidley All Saints

The ancient church of All Saints was of the 12th-15th centuries consisting of a chancel, nave south porch & modern bell-turret of wood at the West end. This church was pulled down in 1863 & a new church built on the same site in 1864-65.

Huntgindon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3DA

 

St John the Baptist Church

Church Street, Cathedral Square, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 1XB

 

Waresley St Andrew

Waresley St Andrew

The ancient was dedicated to St Andrew but was commonly known as St James the Great.

Great Gransden, Cambridgeshire, SG19 3BZ

 

Buckden St Mary

Buckden St Mary

Nothing of the original church now stands on this site although mention in the Doomsday Book. Additions and repairs have taken place over the centuries with the most recent being in the early 1900’s.

Buckden St Mary, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5TL

 

St Peter and St Paul

St Peter and St Paul

Only a few stones now remain of the original church as it was mention in the Doomsday Survey of 1086. It is evident however that in the 13thC there was a rebuild of the church with addition made across the centuries to make the church today

Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9JW

 

Colne St Helen's

Colne St Helen's

There has been a church on this plot since the 13th Century. Once a magnificent building which grew up over four centuries the years have paid it’s toll and much of the ancient church has fallen to decay.

Colne St Helen's, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3NB

 

Houghton St Mary the Virgin

Houghton St Mary the Virgin

The church of St Mary the Virgin is built of pebble rubble with stone dressings and consists of a chancel, nave, north aisle, west tower and south porch.

The Lane, Houghton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 1YF

 

St Margaret's Church

St Margaret's Church

Although evidence suggests that there was a church on the this site in the mid 12th century it is more likely that the church we see here today is from circa 1300 -10 with its chancel and south arcade of this period.

High Street, Abbotsley, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6UJ

 

Stilton, St Mary

Stilton, St Mary

The earliest parts of the church date back to 13th Century and evidence indicate that the church was then added to and rebuilt in 15th century with additional rebuilding taking place in 1908-09.

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3RF

 

Ely Cathedral

Ely Cathedral

One of England's finest cathedrals with guided tours & tours of the Octagon and West Tower, monastic precincts Also a brass rubbing centre and The Stained Glass Museum.

Chapter House, The College, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4DL

 

Winwick, All Saints

Winwick, All Saints

Although not mentioned in the Doomsday Survey there is evidence that there was a church on this site at that time although non of the original now exists. The church here now is mainly from 12th century with addition during the 13th.

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5PR