An attractive, rural village with winding streets and varied architecture that stands on a hill surrounded by farmland. The 13th Century church, St. Leonards, has an octagonal spire and contains a monument to Rose Dryden, sister of the poet. There are just over 100 houses, three thatched, some 17/18th but most 19/20th Century. The village benefits from a pub/restaurant that won Community Pub of the year 2016. There is also a post office/shop and a garage. Kimbolton, 3 miles to the south provides a wider range of shops and recreational facilities and one of the area's leading public schools. Both Huntingdon and St. Neots have mainline train stations to London’s Kings Cross (from 46 minutes) Cambridge, Peterborough and Northampton are within easy commuting distance.