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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

 
Wall paintings

Victorian Decorative Genius!

Jesus Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8BS

tel: 01223 324 442

 

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

 
St Deny's church

A normal church in picturesque setting.

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

tel: 01223 324 442

 

26 Benyon Grove, Orton Malborne, PE2 5XS

 

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

 

Boughton House

Boughton is one of Britain’s grandest and best-preserved stately homes. As well as the splendours of the House, you can also enjoy the 18th-century landscaped gardens, the woodlands and a grand country park.

Kettering, NN14 1BJ

 

Yelling, Church of the Holy Cross

Yelling, Church of the Holy Cross

The Domesday survey of 1086 mentions this church but the oldest part extant is the north arcade of the nave (c.1180-90) this probably indicates the addition of a north aisle to an already existing nave.

Yelling, Church of the Holy Cross, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6SD

 

Holy Trinity Church

The Village, Orton Longueville, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 7DN

 

Warboys St Mary Magdalene

Warboys St Mary Magdalene

Formerly Blessed Mary the Virgin, the original church, as mentioned in the Doomsday Book, no longer exists. The earliest church of which there is now evidence was built in the middle of the 12th century.

Warboys St Mary Magdalene, Cambridgeshire, PE26

 

The Manor

The Manor

Built about 1130, The Manor is one of the oldest continuously inhabited houses in the country.

Hemingford Grey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9BN

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St Botolph's Church

Thorpe Road, Longthorpe, Cambridgeshire, PE3 6LU

 

Hartford, Church Lane

Hartford, Church Lane

Although mention in the Doomsday Survey nothing of that early church now remains. The church as it stands today was completely restored in 1861 with further restoration taking place in 1885.

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 1XP

 

Conington, All Saints

Conington, All Saints

The Doomsday Surbey on 1086 did mention that there was at it’s time a church on this site, however, nothing was mentioned of it’s form. It is known that the church did however have a completed rebuild in the latter years of 15th century.

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3QA

 

Deene Park

Deene Park

Situated near Corby, Northamptonshire, Deene Park is a beautiful country house, owned and lived in by the Brudenell family.=

Deene, Corby, NN17 3EW

 

Kimbolton Castle

Kimbolton Castle

Vanbrugh and Hawksmoor's adaptation of Katherine of Aragon's last residence, with Pellegrini murials.

Kimbolton, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0EA

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Fenland Light Railway

Fenland Light Railway

The Fenland Light Railway is a 7 ¼ inch gauge Narrow Gauge Railway operating Steam, Electric and petrol locomotives.

138 Oil Mills Road, Ramsey Mereside, Ramsey, Huntingdon, PE26 2UA

 

Barham St Giles

Barham St Giles

This late 12th century church consists of a chancel, nave, North aisle and South porch with a tiled roof. Restorations work with addition of bell-cot were made c 1850 with further restoration being made in the early 1900’s.

Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5AA