Foxton is a small village with a number of well-preserved fifteenth and sixteenth century houses and a thirteenth century church dedicated to St Lawrence.


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History Foxton is a small village with a number of well-preserved fifteenth and sixteenth century houses and a thirteenth century church dedicated to St Lawrence. The parish has been occupied for at least 2000 years; in the first century A.D. a Belgic settlement appeared, closely followed by a Romano-British farmstead near Hoffer bridge. A pagan English cemetery has also been found just north of the railway station. The parish itself was formed over the medieval period and is bounded on the north by the River Cam and on the north-east and southwest by the Hoffer and Shepreth brooks.
Education

Foxton Primary School 

Melbourn Village College 

Religion

Foxton Methodist Church 

St Laurence’s Church 

Sports facilities Village Hall 
Pubs The White Horse
More information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foxton,_Cambridgeshire

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