Hemingford Grey

HG Village Sign

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Update for Stakeholders

These events provide an opportunity to learn more about how construction will be managed, including where the main compounds will be and where people will be based. There will also be a chance to hear about the survey work that we have been doing.
If you would like to attend, contact them via the A14 inbox at A14CambridgeHuntingdon@highwaysengland.co.uk

 Thursday 11 February, 8pm – 9pm
Community Room, Brampton Memorial Centre, Thrapston Road, Brampton, PE23 4TB

It might be cold outside but it is the perfect time of year to get an allotment plot and get ready to plant and grow your own fruit and veg.  We have plots available now, contact the Parish Clerk for more details!
T: 01954 210241
E: parishclerk@hemingfordgrey.org.uk

**You may have noticed our sign has disappeared – it has been taken away to be refurbished over the winter and will be back in the spring**

Hemingford Grey is a village which is situated on the southern bank of the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire.

It is adjoined to Hemingford Abbots to the west and the historic market town of St Ives to the north of the river.

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Hemingford Grey is also home to The Manor, which is claimed to be the oldest inhabited house in the United Kingdom and was home to ‘Green Knowe’ author Lucy Boston.

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