Copyright Angie WinterReliable sources confirm this is where the first settlers arrived in 1999The entrance to Great Cambourne Meadow - events areaCambourne Sports and Social Club Back Lane, Friday to Sunday - Live SportsOne 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







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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