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Great Abington is a village, on the south bank of the river Granta, 8 miles south-east from Cambridge on the road to Linton and Haverhill.
Alconbury is located north west of Huntingdon.
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Babraham (anciently called Badburgham) is a parish and village, 2 miles north from Pampisford station and 7 south-east from Cambridge.
Bar Hill is a development just off the A14, 7 miles to the northwest of Cambridge. It supports a large shopping complex and light industry in addition to the housing.
Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth is a parish in South Cambridgeshire, a couple of miles north of Royston.
Benwick is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies about 12 miles south-east of Peterborough.
Bottisham is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies about five miles east of Cambridge.
Bourn is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies about eight miles west of Cambridge.
Located between Huntingdon and St Neots, just off the A1 dual carriageway.
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Includes sites covering the business and economic activities of the region; including listings of companies and industries.

Includes sites covering the business and economic activities of the region; including listings of companies and industries.
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Cambridge is a historical and culturally rich city, famed for its world-class University.
Coton is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies a couple of miles west of Cambridge, near junction 13 of the M11.
Village, south of Cambridge, close to junction 10 of the M11. Home to the aeronautical section of the Imperial War Museum.
Village, south of Cambridge, close to junction 10 of the M11. Home to the aeronautical section of the Imperial War Museum.
Includes local educational institutions, programmes and opportunities; as well as other location specific educational resources.
Includes local educational institutions, programmes and opportunities; as well as other location specific educational resources.
Eltisley is a village between St Neots and Cambridge, just south of the A428
Eltisley is a village between St Neots and Cambridge, just south of the A428
Elton is a village in the district of Huntingdonshire, in the county of Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies about five miles west of Peterborough.
Please only submit sites that relate directly to or are about Ely into this category.
The cathedral city of Ely lies in the Fenlands, in the eastern part of Cambridgeshire. It was the stronghold of Hereward the Wake in his wars against William I. Until the draining of the Fens during the seventeenth century, Ely was an island; and a major port on the Great Ouse until the coming of the age of rail. The present Cathedral, which dominates the skyline for miles around, was started in 1083 and finally completed in 1351.

This category lists sites about the Village of Eye, and the area north east of Peterborough, including Priors Fen as far east as Thorney, and south to the Nene at Whittlesey. This locality includes Eye Green, and the area to county boundary with South Holland.

Sites for locations north east of Newborough, but south of Deeping St James, may be listed in Peterborough until there is locality category for Northborough.

Foxton is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies about five miles south-west of Cambridge.
Gamlingay is a village on the Cambridgeshire/Bedfordshire border, on the B1040 road from Biggleswade to St Ives.
Gamlingay is a village on the Cambridgeshire/Bedfordshire border, on the B1040 road from Biggleswade to St Ives.
Only submit sites for or about Girton.
Village located 4 miles northwest of Cambridge, just off the A14.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Glinton, or businesses based in Glinton.
Village of about 1700 people (census 1991) to the north of Peterborough.
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This category includes sites about local government, policing, judicial system, taxation and the military.

This category includes sites about local government, policing, judicial system, taxation and the military.
Quintessential English village, three miles to the south west of Cambridge, consisting of thatched cottages and water meadows. Famous for being the residence of the poet, Robert Brooke during his time at King’s College.
Quintessential English village, three miles to the south west of Cambridge, consisting of thatched cottages and water meadows. Famous for being the residence of the poet, Robert Brooke during his time at King’s College.
Please submit into the correct location category for Cambridgeshire, if it is available.

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The Guides and Directories category includes general interest online guides and directories specific to Cambridgeshire; those that are specific to a particular topic should instead be placed within the appropriate topic subcategory within Cambridgeshire.

The Guides and Directories category includes general interest online guides and directories specific to Cambridgeshire; those that are specific to a particular topic should instead be placed within the appropriate topic subcategory within Cambridgeshire.
Site about or for Guyhim
Village southwest of Wisbech, on the A47
Village, 5 miles south west of Ely, on the junction of the A1123 and A1421
Village 5 miles west of Cambridge, just south of the A428
Please only submit sites on or about Harston to this category
Village on the A10 to Royston, 5 miles south west of Cambridge.
Village, approximately 5 miles North West of Peterborough on the B1443
This category is for sites about or physically located in Hemingford Grey.
Village on southern bank of the River Great Ouse in the county of Cambridgeshire (formerly in Huntingdonshire).
We''re grateful for all relevant submissions to the Huntingdon category; please submit to the relevant subcategory rather than to Huntingdon itself. Many thanks!
Huntingdon is a medium-sized commuter town with a population of approx. 25,000 people. The county town of Huntingdonshire before the boundary changes in 1973, Huntingdon has been home to a number of well known historical figures, including Samuel Pepys, Oliver Cromwell and, most recently, John Major (former Prime Minister).
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Kings Ripton, or businesses based in Kings Ripton.
Village four and a half miles north east of Huntingdon, consisting of about seventy houses.
Village, approximately 7 miles west of Cambridge and 2 miles north of the A428
Please only submit sites for or about Landbeach
Village located 5 miles north of Cambridge, and west of the A10 to Ely
Linton is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. Ut lies about eight miles south-east of Cambridge.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Littleport, or businesses based in Littleport.
Village five miles north of Ely, on the A10 to King’s Lynn.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Little and Great Eversden, or businesses based in Little and Great Eversden.
Two villages situated north of the A603, close to the National Trust property of Wimpole Hall.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Little Downham, or businesses based in Little Downham.
Village situated 4 miles north of Ely, on the B1411
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Meldreth, or businesses based in Meldreth.
Situated in the south of the county, close to the Hertfordshire border. The village lies just off the A10 road from Cambridge to Royston.
Web sites about the village of Milton, Cambridgeshire, UK and individuals, organisations and companies based there.
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The News and Media category includes news and media sites specific to Cambridgeshire (e.g. Magazines, Newspapers, Radio, Television).

The News and Media category includes news and media sites specific to Cambridgeshire (e.g. Magazines, Newspapers, Radio, Television).
Village 5 miles northwest of Cambridge, off the A14.
Village 5 miles northwest of Cambridge, off the A14.
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Situated 9 miles northwest of Cambridge, on the road from Swavesey to Willingham.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Papworth Everard, or businesses based in Papworth Everard.
Community situated on the A1198 (Ermine Street), originally founded as a cure centre for TB. The world famous Papworth Hospital is within the village. The category also incorporates sites about Papworth St Agnes.
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Peterborough is mid-way between the East Anglian coast and the Midlands and has excellent road and rail connections both north-south and east-west. The city is 90 miles from London, five miles from the A1, and less than 20 miles from the A14, which links the east coast ports of Felixstowe and Harwich with the Midlands. London is just 50 minutes away by train - the city is on the East Coast main rail line which links London with Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow. An west-east rail line links Peterborough with Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Leicester, Birmingham and even further beyond that. Peterborough is a city rich in history - just to the east, archaeologists have discovered a 3,000-year-old settlement at Flag Fen. Later, the Romans established a large industrial city to the west of Peterborough, to exploit the reserves of clay. The city's Norman cathedral was founded in 650AD, and the most early part of the present building dates from 1118AD. From medieval times to the start of the industrial revolution, Peterborough was a moderately sized market town on the edge of the Fens. Its real growth started in the mid-19th century, with the arrival of the railways. Peterborough soon became a major railway junction and attracted a number of big industrial companies.
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The Recreation and Sports category includes all hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities specific to Cambridgeshire, including local recreation organisations.
Please submit into the correct location category for Cambridgeshire, if it is available.

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This category includes sites about the local area''s geography, natural environment and wildlife. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.

This category includes sites about the local area's geography, natural environment and wildlife. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.
Shepreth is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies about six miles south-west of Cambridge.
Sites about, or relating to entities in, Snailwell.
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This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the Cambridgeshire community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the region''s people.

Community and village web site go into this category where there is no individual location category.

This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the Cambridgeshire community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the region's people. Community and village web site go into this category where there is no individual location category.
Steeple Morden is village in Cambridgeshire. It lies in the south of the county, about three miles west of Royston.
Sites submitted here should be based in the immediate locality, or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of Stilton. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories. 
Stilton is in Cambridgeshire, south of Peterborough.
Stow-cum-Quy is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies between Cambridge and Bottisham.
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St Ives Cambridgeshire, formerly known as Slepe, is now home to over 16,500 residents. Situated on the River Great Ouse on the edge of the Cambridge Fen for over 1,000 years has been one of the principle market towns of England. The Bank Holiday Markets are still some of the largest in the county. Today many of its businesses and residents are now engaged in the "high tech" industry on what is fast becoming known as "Silicon Fen"
This category includes sites covering the business and economic activities of St Neots, including listings of most companies and industries.
St. Neots is the largest town in Cambridgeshire (after allowing for the fact that Cambridge and Peterborough are cities). The former villages of Eynesbury and Eaton Socon are now considered to be a formal part of St Neots. The nearby villages of Little Paxton, Great Paxton and Wyboston are currently included here in this category.
Sites on or about Swavesy only please.
Situated 9 miles north west of Cambridge, and to the east of the A14
Sites submitted here should be based in the locality, or have to do specifically with the history, economy, community or culture of the area. Sites with a more general county focus should be submitted to the top county categories.
Thorney is described as a village, about 7 miles east of Peterborough, north west Cambridgeshire.
Sites about Thriplow only please
Thriplow is a quiet village that is 8 miles south of Cambridge, just off the A505 between Royston and Duxford (M11 Exit 10), that in every March, has a daffodil weekend in aid of charity.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Toft, or businesses based in Toft.
Village, west of Cambridge and junction 12 of the M11, on the road to St Neots.
Please only suggest sites providing area transport resources for those travelling to and from, and within the Cambridgeshire.

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This category includes sites providing area transport resources for those travelling to and from, and within the Cambridgeshire.
Please submit into the correct location category for Cambridgeshire, if it is available.

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This category includes sites for area attractions and resources for those travelling in the Cambridgeshire region, including tourist guides.

This category includes sites for area attractions and resources for those travelling in the Cambridgeshire region, including tourist guides.
Upwood is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. The neighbouring hamlets of Great and Little Raveley have been part of the parish since medieval times.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to West Perry, or businesses based in West Perry.
Village, situated to the south of Grafham Water reservoir, on the B661 from Buckden to Great Staughton.
Whittlesford is a village in Cambridgeshire, UK. It lies south-west of Sawston, about five miles south of Cambridge.
Submit to this category any sites with content relating primarily or exclusively to Wicken, or businesses based in Wicken.
Village, six miles south of Ely, on the A1123
Please only submit sites directly related to Wisbech in this category.

When submitting a site please consider whether one of the Wisbech sub-categories are more appropriate for the listing. Submitting to the incorrect category may cause a delay in the site being reviewed.

Wisbech is situated to the north of the county, within sight of The Wash, and is known as the "Capital of The Fens" - an area of land in East Anglia which was formally marshes. Dykes were built to drain the water off the land, making the land more inhabitable and creating a very rich soil in the process.
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