Benwick is a village and civil parish in the Fenland district of Cambridgeshire, England. It is approximately 15 miles from Peterborough and 30 miles from Cambridge.
Chatteris would have been a seaside town in Neolithic times, it perched on the edge of a vast tract of salt marshes.
Christchurch is a village in the Fenland district of Cambridgeshire, England. The village is sited close to the Cambridgeshire/Norfolk border.
Coates, in the English county of Cambridgeshire, is a small village close to the town of Whittlesey. The village has two greens, North Green and South Green, which are divided by the busy A605 road, which runs through the village. There is a small shop (Spar) which includes a post office. Coates has a church, a chapel, a village hall and a primary school.
Long ago Coldham formed part of an estate within the parish of Elm.
Doddington is a small village between Chatteris and March, set in the centre of the village is a clocktower built in 1897 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
Elm is one of the largest parishes in the Fenland District, it is made up a number of villages and smaller settlements, (Elm/Fridaybridge/Coldham and Rings end). The village has easy access to the Fenland Market Towns, and is a short travel from both Peterborough and King’s Lynn.
March was once an island surrounded by marshes. As the land was drained and made more fertile the town grew and prospered.
Whittlesey sits on the very western edge of the Fens, close to the cathedral city of Peterborough. The town has an interesting maze of streets with a mix of architecture spanning several centuries.
Wisbech, the Capital of the Fens, is the perfect place for a day out or a break to get away from it all. There is plenty of accommodation choice, from historic town centre hotels to attractive B&Bs in rural settings and charming self-catering cottages.