Milton is a modern village just north of Cambridge across the A14 with about 4300 inhabitants


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History

Milton expanded considerably in the late 1980s when two large housing estateswere built between the bypass and the village. This resulted in a doubling of the population between the 1981 and 1991 censuses.

The latest expansion started in 2012 with the development of the North Lodge Park consisting of 88 homes, two football pitches, pavilion and car park, with the first residents moving in April 2014.

The A10 bypass was built between 1976 and 1978 around the west edge of village, splitting Butt Lane into two parts. As part of the Great Eastern Railway the Cambridge-Ely line was opened in 1845 bypassing the village to the east but with no station. The nearest station is Cambridge North railway station since opening in May 2017, approximately 1.6 miles walk/bike from the centre of the village.

Education Milton Primary School 
Religion

All Saints Church

Mount Zion Apostolic Church 

Sports facilities

Community Centre

Milton Country Park

Pubs

The Waggon and Horses 

Lion and Lamb 

The White Horse  

Accommodation Ambassador Lodge 
More information

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton,_Cambridgeshire

http://www.milton.org.uk/

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