Fullards Farm Local Links


The nearest local shops are located in either Somersham, Warboys or St Ives. Somersham and Warboys have a good selection of traditional village shops including butchers, bakers and newsagents. St Ives has a wider range of high street chain shops and supermarkets. Larger shopping centres are at Cambridge (17 miles) or Peterborough (25 miles).

Village Information

www.woodhurst-cambs.com - For historical details of Woodhurst and walks from the village

Local Places to Eat Out

The Mad Cat, Pidley (3 miles)

The Crown, Broughton (3 miles)

The Old Bridge Hotel at Huntingdon (6 miles)

The Cock, Hemingford Grey (6 miles)

The Abbots Elm Thatched Country Inn and Restaurant at Abbots Ripton (7 miles)

Local Attractions

Details of many of these and other local attractions are available from Fullards Farm

The Raptor Foundation - Provides visitors an opportunity to meet and learn about birds of prey (1.5 miles)

St Ives - attractive riverside market town (3.5 miles)

Lakeside Lodge Bowl - 4 lanes of ten pin bowling available at the Lakeside Lodge Golf and Conference Centre (4.5 miles)

Ely Cathedral - the Ship of the Fens, with its famous lantern tower (18 miles)

Imperial War Museum, Duxford (25 miles)

The National Trust
National Trust attractions in Cambridgeshire include Houghton Mill; Ramsey Abbey Gatehouse; Wimpole Hall with 18th century house, park, gardens and farm; Anglesey Abbey with superb gardens; and Wicken Fen, Britainís oldest nature reserve.


Local Golf Clubs include Brampton Park, St Ives, Ramsey and the Lakeside Lodge Golf Centre, the Manor Farm Equestrian Centre at Wyton is only a few miles away

St Ivo Leisure Centre
There is a superb gym, pool, squash courts and plenty more at the St Ivo Leisure Centre, St Ives (3 miles)


Visit Britain
For a guide on accommodation and activities in the area

The Huntingdonshire Association of Tourism

Local Businesses and Local Interest

Huntingdonshire Family History Society

Boxworth Botanicals

St Ives Allotment Blog - Commendation for some of our jam from John in the July pages of his entertaining blog on local allotment life (go to the archive box on the right hand side of the page in his site and select July 2008)