Rampton, Cambridgeshire

Rampton, Cambridgeshire

Infobox UK place
official_name= Rampton
country= England
region= East of England
os_grid_reference= TL431689
latitude= 52.3
longitude= 0.1
shire_county= Cambridgeshire
hide_services= Yes

Rampton is a village in Cambridgeshire, England. It is quite small but has a thriving community. The village Church is one of a very few English churches with a thatched roof. The village is home to an annual horse show (first Saturday in September), which is celebrated locally as an authentic traditional style show, with Gymkhana and all. Other village events include an annual Fete on the village green in the summer, village revue/pantomime with dinner provided free for all villagers over the age of fifty-five.

External Linkls

* [http://www.rampton.org Rampton Parish Council]

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