Skip to main content

Heritage and Culture - Search Results

Category

    Filter by

    Supporting people with:
    • (1)
    • (1)
    Offering services to:
    • (5)
    • (3)
    • (5)
    • (4)
    Service has Local Offer:
    • (4)
    Postal location:
    • (2)
    • (2)
    • (1)
    • (1)

    Related information

    Newborough & Borough Fen Parish Council

    The Newborough and Borough Fen Parish is a civil parish in the City of Peterborough unitary authority in Cambridgeshire, England. The parish is to the north of Peterborough city centre, just below the county border with Lincolnshire. Newborough village is located at the center of…

    Norman Cross Art Gallery

    Normal Cross Gallery Norman Cross Gallery is an independent fine art gallery situated just south-west of Peterborough. Located in the picturesque converted stables of the Napoleonic PoW Camp which occupied this site, the Gallery has a regularly changing exhibition space which features both local artists and…
    Norman HouseNorman HouseNorman CrossPETERBOROUGHCAMBRIDGESHIREPE7 3TB
    01733 245189

    Northborough Parish Council

    Northborough, as its name suggests, lies some 7 miles to the north of the cathedral City of Peterborough, on the Cambridgeshire / South Lincolnshire border. The area has extremely important historical sites. Recent archaeological excavations discovered flint tool, pottery and animal bones dating back thousands…
    07748 637555

    Orton Longueville Parish Council

    he present parish of Orton Longueville includes the old parish of Botolphbridge, with which it became united in 1702. The civil parish is known as Orton Longueville; the ecclesiastical parish was known as Orton Longueville with Botolphbridge. In 1728 an Act of Parliament was passed…
    01733 346483

    Orton Waterville Parish Council

    Prior to 1974 Orton Waterville was an extensive parish stretching from the river Nene to the Great North Road almost opposite the road to Haddon. This point could be reached from the Village by following the New Road bridleway. Peterborough was designated a New Town…
    01733 346483

    Peakirk Parish Council

    Peakirk is a civil parish in the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire in the United Kingdom. For local government purposes it forms part of Newborough ward; for parliamentary purposes it falls within Peterborough constituency. In 2001, the parish had a population of 321 persons and 139 households. Saint Pega (died c. 719) the sister of Saint Guthlac of Crowland, had a…
    01733 253397

    Sutton Parish Council

    Sutton is a small civil parish - population about 110 - located almost 6 miles to the west of Peterborough in north-west of Cambridgeshire.Sutton Parish Council comprises five councillors who serve a four year term. The Council normally meets bi-monthly. It holds it’s Annual Parish…
    01780 782668

    Thorney Parish Council

    The village of Thorney is situated on the A47 between Peterborough and Wisbech. Thorney is rich in history and traces its roots back to around 500AD when it started out as a Saxon settlement. Since then the Abbey was built and was an important ecclesiastical…
    01733 270739

    Ufford Parish Council

    Ufford Parish lies within Peterborough City Council area in North-west Cambridgeshire, halfway between the City of Peterborough and the town of Stamford, Lincs. Ufford lies in the north west corner of Cambridgeshire, equidistant between Peterborough and Stamford which are five miles to the south-east and…
    07595 377236
    Feedback