Huntingdon is an important bridge-head where the A1, the Great North Road,
crosses the River Great Ouse near to Hinchingbrooke House once
home to both the Cromwell's and then the Montagu's, The Earls of
Sandwich, where in 1660 Samuel Pepys was secretary to Edward
Montagu, so Huntingdon was no stranger to politics when John Major
became the youngest Prime Minister of the 20th Century.
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Huntingdon is one of the five principal towns in the District of
Huntingdonshire, the others being St Ives,
(the largest town in the County of Cambridgeshire),
of the former Abbey and the Roman town of
located just across the River Great Ouse from Huntingdon. We are also constructing Huntingdonshire Parish
website for the village of Brampton.
The box below displays a random selection from the great deals, special
offers and/or SALE items that are available from the
site members but you may follow this link to view all the
current what's HOT in the district.
Flood alerts are in force for the next couple of days in Lower River Great Ouse in Central Bedfordshire, Bedford Borough and Cambridgeshire. There are flood and weather alerts and warnings in place all over the UK.
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Here are the next five events in the Huntingdonshire Event Diary, the local ones are coloured GOLD and
clicking the title will open links to event detail on this website whilst
following the "Out of Town' events will open in a new window on their
own website. Click 'Show Summary' for exactly what it says,
without going anywhere!
If you are organising an event anywhere if Huntingdonshire then follow this link for information
on how to add a new event and advertise your event on over 50 websites
SORRY - We do not have any events in the new diary yet!