Waterbeach

Waterbeach is a large fen-edged village located 6 miles north of Cambridge  belonging to the administrative district of South Cambridgeshire. The parish covers an area of 8.98 square miles (23.3 km2), found along the A10


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History Recent archaeological investigations have found extensive evidence of Roman settlement at the southern end of the village. Waterbeach appears in the Domesday Book as Utbech. In the 12th Century, the Knights Templar were located at Denny Abbey located to the north of the village. The parish contains two Scheduled Ancient Monuments: Denny Abbey (which houses the Farmland Museum) and the site of Waterbeach Abbey (near the present church).
Education Community Primary School
Religion

St John's

Baptist Church

Sports facilities

Village Hall

Recreation Ground

Sport lakes

Pubs

The Brewery Tap

The Sun Inn

More information

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

http://www.waterbeach.org.uk/

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