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Johnsons

Oldhurst

Available from the farm shop are home and local farm reared beef - a speciality which is hanged for a minimum of four weeks, pork, lamb, poultry, game, venison and ostrich. We make eighteen varieties of sausage all with a no shrink guarantee. Home made pork pies, pasties, hasl....

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Huntingdon Racecourse

Huntingdon

Home to 19 Jump race meetings, spanning 9 months of the year. Extensive hospitality, advertising and sponsorship opportunities make it a day to remember.

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Nene Valley Railway

Stibbington

Although the Nene Valley Railway has bigger and more impressive steam engines, to most visitors especially children, the Railway is the home of Thomas.Certainly Thomas is the NVR's most famous engine and one of its biggest attractions. Few of his friends, however, know how and....

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Shuttleworth Collection

Nr. Biggleswade

Something for everyone, Aircraft, Vehicles, Archive Research Service. Swiss Garden, Bird of Prey Centre and Jubilee Play Centre

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Buckden Towers

Buckden

Buckden Towers has a rich history spanning over 900 years

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Norris Museum

St. Ives

The Norris Museum

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Grafham Water Centre

Perry

Land and Water based activities for all the family, schools and youth groups

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The Manor

Hemingford Grey

Built in the 1130s The Manor is one of the oldest continuously inhabited houses in Britain and much of the original house remains virtually intact in spite of various changes over nine hundred years.

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St. Neots Museum

St. Neots

The Museum occupies St. Neots Victorian Police Station and Magistrates Court building, in the town centre. Here, you will find a wealth of objects and information packed into a small space.

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In the story of St. Neots Gallery - find out about St. Neot himself, about the town's vanished priory, the battle of St. Neots in 1648, the age of coaching on the Great North Road (and its first petrol pump!), and the arrival of the Great Northern Railway in 1851.


Address: The Old Court, 8 New Street, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 1AE
Tel: 01480 214163
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Website: http://www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk
Prices: Adults £2 Children 5-16, concessions - £1

Rally Karting Centre

Kings Ripton

Off Road activity for all the family or corporate clients alike. Safety equipment provided including including helmet and suits for wetter weather.

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The Raptor Foundation

Woodhurst

We are a team providing a rescue service, 24 hour care and rehabilitation facilities for injured raptors.

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Cromwell Museum

Huntingdon

The Museum opened in 1962 in the old grammar school where Cromwell had been a pupil.

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Duxford Imperial War Museum

Duxford

Duxford's Department for learning offers a variety of hands-on activities for families.

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Crafty Monkey

St. Neots

Crafty Monkey is a pottery painting, build a bear and crafts studio based in St. Neots, Cambridgeshire and offers a range of different art and craft activities for all ages and all abilities. It’s a great place for special gifts or to have a party to remember!

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