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One of the guiding principles has been to create an exciting new community that provides a unique and inspiring environment for living, working, learning and leisure. Alongside your exceptional new home are woodlands, parks and play areas linked by footpaths and cycle ways plus a range of community facilities in which you and your family can immerse yourself within this new neighbourhood.
Alconbury Weald provides everything you need in one place, with great transport links to a wide range of locations and attractions in Cambridgeshire and beyond. Set between Alconbury and The Stukeleys, Alconbury Weald offers you a wide range of amenities including the post office, doctor’s surgery, country pub and church. A new shop will provide day-today convenience and there are a number of large supermarkets nearby. The first of three new primary schools will open in September while older children are served by the nearby Sawtry Village Academy.
About 15 minutes’ drive away is the historic market town of Huntingdon, the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, celebrated in a museum located within his former school. The town also offers a wealth of shopping facilities, an historic high street, a Waitrose at its centre and a traditional market in the Square every Wednesday and Saturday.
You can enjoy leisurely walks and summer concerts in Huntingdon’s Riverside Park that lies alongside the Great Ouse, while Huntingdon Racecourse is also a popular venue. Tower Fields Leisure Park in Huntingdon includes a Cineworld multiplex cinema and a variety of family friendly restaurant chains whilst M&S Food and Next plan shops in the new Chequers Court shopping plaza.
Local popular restaurants and pubs include the Old Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon, the attractive thatched Abbot’s Elm in Abbots Ripton as well as pubs in Alconbury village, Alconbury Weston and The Stukeleys.
Head south and a 30-minute car journey will deliver you into the vibrant and historic City of Cambridge. World famous for its University and colleges, Cambridge offers everything you could wish for; superb for a day’s shopping, a diversity of restaurants, bars and clubs, a traditional market, punting on the River Cam and a wide range of sport and leisure facilities for all ages to enjoy.
Twenty minutes to the north is Peterborough with its beautiful Norman cathedral and museum. The city boasts more than 20 nature reserves and country parks, whilst live entertainment can be enjoyed at its Key and Cresset theatres.
Travel times and distances
By road to:
Huntingdon Railway Station 3.6 miles
Peterborough 20 miles
Cambridge 23 miles
Northampton 40 miles
London Stansted Airport 46.9 miles
London Luton Airport 50 miles
London Marble Arch 66.6 miles
By rail to:
(from Huntingdon Railway Station)
Peterborough 17 mins
Hitchin 29 mins
Welwyn Garden City 49 mins
London King’s Cross 53 mins
Finsbury Park 55 mins
This site is a joint venture with Urban & Civic whose site has planning permission for 5000 new homes, an enterprise zone (commercial area) and supporting infrastructure not limited to but including shops, library & schools. For more information visit http://www.alconbury-weald.co.uk/
Please note, this development will be closed until 2PM on the first Thursday of each month