- Brampton Park
- Great Stukeley
- Green End
- Hemingford Abbots
- Hemingford Grey
- Kings Ripton
- Little Stukeley
- Offord Cluny
- Owl End
Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire is joined to Roman Godmanchester by the famous causeway and its 14th century bridge which crosses the Great Ouse River.
Huntingdon's Norman castle is now only a mound.
Huntingdon is the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, he and Pepys were both students at the grammar school in the market square, once a hospice, and still retaining its Norman front. Both churches are remarkable. Of the many Georgian houses, one was the home for some years of the poet Cowper; and the town hall is of the same period. The George and the Eagle are both fine old inns, the former notable for its picturesque coaching yard.
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