Common questions

How many towns are there in Cambridgeshire?

How many towns are there in Cambridgeshire?

three cities
There are three cities in Cambridgeshire.

What is the biggest town in Cambridgeshire?

Population ranking

# Settlement Borough/District
1 Peterborough Peterborough
2 Cambridge / Milton Cambridge
3 Wisbech Fenland
4 St Neots Huntingdonshire

What towns are north of Cambridge?

Surrounding towns & villages

  • Bar Hill. With a population of 4000 people and located 5 miles north of Cambridge on the A14, Bar Hill is a village in South Cambridgeshire which was purpose-built in the 1960s from farmland.
  • Bottisham.
  • Comberton.
  • Cottenham.
  • Dry Drayton.
  • Fenstanton.
  • Foxton.
  • Fulbourn.

Is Cambridgeshire a city?

Cambridgeshire (abbreviated Cambs.) is a county in the East of England, bordering Lincolnshire to the north, Norfolk to the north-east, Suffolk to the east, Essex and Hertfordshire to the south, and Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire to the west. The city of Cambridge is the county town.

Is Cambridgeshire pretty?

As with all the top counties, Cambridgeshire offers some really delightful and picturesque locations. Cambridgeshire boasts some breath-taking countryside as well as some beautiful villages.

What is the population of St Ives Cambridgeshire?

St Ives, Cambridgeshire

St Ives
Population 16,384 (2011 Census)
• Density 1,506/km2 (3,900/sq mi)
OS grid reference TL305725
• London 90 km (56 mi) South

How big is Cambridgeshire?

1,309 mi²

What is comberton like to live in?

Comberton is a large village with a population of about 2,400, situated approximately 5 miles west of Cambridge, with good access to the M11. Within the village there is an excellent range of facilities and amenities including shops and schools.

Is Cambridgeshire a good place to live?

Its choice of excellent schools, an easy commute to London and the high quality of life make it one of the most popular places to live in Britain. Cambridgeshire’s smaller market towns and quaint villages are also thriving. Their slower pace and community orientated lifestyles make them ideal places to put down roots.

What are the best areas to live in Cambridge?

Best places to live in Cambridge

  • De Freville Avenue. Property on De Freville Avenue and the adjacent roads are particularly sought after.
  • Chesterton.
  • Trumpington Road.
  • Hills Road.
  • Madingley Road.
  • Newmarket Road.
  • Milton Road.
  • Mill Road.

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