We have just received a big bag of children’s books for the exchange, so come along with your little ones and borrow a new book for bedtime! There are larger kiddies’ books in the floor box. I am also pleased to see the titles on the shelves are changing!
Little Wilbraham is a village approximately 1 mile west of Great Wilbraham. The village name is derived from the name of a Saxon princess, Wilbur. Both the villages of Little Wilbraham and Great Wilbraham were linked with the Knights Templars, growing food for the hospice at Denny Abbey.
Six Mile Bottom existed in name before it developed as a settlement, deriving this name from its distance from the Newmarket Racecourse, and the fact that it lies in a valley bottom. There has always been a connection with hunting and shooting in the area for many hundreds of years, including royal patronage.
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