Over is a large village near the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire 10 miles north west of Cambridge with a population of approximately 3200


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History Originally there were two distinct settlements. One was around St Mary's Parish Church - the other at Over End – the South East part of today's High Street running towards the Village Green. The influence of the Dutch who, under the leadership of the engineer Vermuyden, came to drain the Fens, can be seen in several of Over's older houses – The Old Black Horse in the High Street and the Ivy House in Fen End are the most obvious, with their rounded end-walls and angled brick-ties.
Education Over Primary School 
Religion

St Mary’s Church 

Over Baptist Church 

Over Methodist Church 

Sports facilities Community Centre 
Pubs

The Admiral Vernon 

The White Horse Inn 

Accommodation Over Bed & Breakfast  
More information

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

http://www.overvillage.co.uk/

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