Copyright Angie WinterReliable sources confirm this is where the first settlers arrived in 1999The entrance to Great Cambourne Meadow - events areaCambourne Sports Pavilion is behind the sports centreOne of the lakes in the Country Park, note the business park at the backThe temporary blue school, will it be moved or re-used where it is?New homes and lots of choiceCambourne singing group - Rhythm of Life

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Cambourne

Cambourne is a new settlement, made up of three villages: Upper Cambourne, Lower Cambourne and Great Cambourne. Construction began in 1998 and still carries on today. It is expected to have a population of around 10,000 once finished. Cambourne is based in the district of South Cambridgeshire and is around 9 miles west of Cambridge.

Cambourne has a fantastic local community, who really care for the well-being of their villages. There are many local clubs and societies, it has four primary schools and many amenities such as a supermarket, Pub, shops and food/coffee outlets, hairdresser and bookies – making it a great place for young and older families to live. Sport is well catered for with 2 cricket pitches, football pitches, pavilions, tennis courts, multi use games areas, bowls green and a Sports Centre. A new secondary school opened in September 2013 and a permanent fourth primary is to be ready in September 2015.
Read the  History of Cambourne

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