A very warm welcome to Newton Village, we hope you will find this site interesting, informative, useful and a true reflection of small unique village. Newton is one of the most southern villages in Cambridgeshire.

It is very close to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford and only six miles from the centre of Cambridge. The area is steeped in history and dates back to 975, it has many ancient landmarks close by and it can also trace it's roots back to the Bronze Age.

Today Newton boasts as being one of the most active villages in south Cambridgeshire with its own Sports and Social Club, Amateur Dramatics and it's own Women's Institute. It is also home to 'The Queens Head', whilst always attracting an enormous amount of visitors with it's full range of 'real beers' and quite unique food.

Please take a tour and see what an active, fascinating and truly historic village, Newton is. You can use either the above navigation buttons or use the site search below.

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