Barnwell, Cambridgeshire


Barnwell, Cambridgeshire

Barnwell is a suburb of Cambridge in England.

It lies northeast of the city. Cambridge Airport is immediately to its west. It forms part of the ecclesiastical parish of St Andrew the Less.

External links

* [http://www.cfhs.org.uk/Meetings/ParishofStAndrewtheLess.html Summary of its history]
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