Events in Huntingdon

Welcome to Huntingdon

The birth place of Oliver Cromwell

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, St Neots (the largest town in the County of Cambridgeshire), Ramsey site of the former Abbey and the Roman town of Godmanchester located just across the River Great Ouse from Huntingdon. We are also constructing Huntingdonshire Parish website for the village of Brampton.

 

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Forthcoming Events in or around Huntingdon

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!

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An 'Out of Town' event in St Ives

From 14:30 until 16:30 on Thursday 29/01/2015 at Corn Exchange

A Local Event in Huntingdon

From 08:00 until 14:00 on Friday 30/01/2015 at Huntingdon Market Place

An 'Out of Town' event in St Ives

From 08:30 until 14:00 on Saturday 07/02/2015 at The Pavement

An 'Out of Town' event in Bluntisham

From 19:30 until 22:30 on Saturday 07/02/2015 at Bluntisham Village Hall

An 'Out of Town' event in Bluntisham

From 20:00 until 23:00 on Saturday 07/02/2015 at Bluntisham Village Hall

More forthcoming events in Huntingdon

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This website is one of a group of over 50 linked community websites that cover the towns, villages and larger parishes of Huntingdonshire. They are all joined together and share information such as county and district wide services, organisations, events and all the things that are available from website members in neighbouring communities.

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This site is listed in the British Towns and Villages Encyclopaedia of Great Britain and we can be found in the entry for Huntingdon