- Barnwell, Cambridgeshire
Barnwell is a suburb of
It lies northeast of the city.
Cambridge Airportis immediately to its west. It forms part of the ecclesiastical parishof St Andrew the Less.
* [http://www.cfhs.org.uk/Meetings/ParishofStAndrewtheLess.html Summary of its history]
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