Histon & Impington

Histon and Impington are villages situated just north of Cambridge with the main bulk of the settlements being separated from the city by the A14 road. Over the years the two villages have grown and entwined together to such an extent that many villagers today do not know where one ends and the other begins


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History Some of the track ways that pass though these villages are believed to be prehistoric. Flint tools have been dug up in and around the area and aerial photographs show evidence of ancient settlements including Iron Age and Roman.  Pieces of Roman pottery have been found in the area. Possibly the oldest surviving area of interest is Gun’s Lane, which is named after a family who once lived in the lane. Today this is just a bridleway but it was for centuries the Cambridge to Ely causeway, which was the main road into the Fens and the Isle of Ely.
Education

Histon and Impington Infants School 

Histon & Impington Junior School 

Impington Village College          

Religion

St Andrew’s 

Methodist Church 

Baptist Church 

Salvation Army Church 

New Life Church 

Sports facilities

Histon Recreation ground 

Impington Sports Centre 

Swimming Pool 

Pubs

The Rose & Crown 

Railway View Pub 

Red Lion

The Boot

Accommodation

Ambassador Lodge

Holiday Inn Cambridge 

More information

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histon_and_Impington

http://www.hisimp.net/

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