List of civil parishes in Cambridgeshire


List of civil parishes in Cambridgeshire

This is a list of civil parishes in Cambridgeshire, England.

Cambridge

none

East Cambridgeshire

* Ashley
* Bottisham
* Brinkley
* Burrough Green
* Burwell
* Cheveley
* Chippenham
* Coveney
* Downham
* Dullingham
* Ely
* Fordham
* Haddenham
* Isleham
* Kennett
* Kirtling
* Littleport
* Lode
* Mepal
* Reach
* Snailwell
* Soham
* Stetchworth
* Stretham
* Sutton
* Swaffham Bulbeck
* Swaffham Prior
* Thetford
* Wentworth
* Westley Waterless
* Wicken
* Wilburton
* Witcham
* Witchford
* Woodditton

Fenland

* Benwick
* Chatteris
* Doddington
* Elm
* Leverington
* Manea
* March
* Newton
* Parson Drove
* Tydd St Giles
* Christchurch
* Whittlesey
* Wimblington
* Wisbech
* Wisbech St. Mary
* Gorefield

Huntingdonshire

The borough of Huntingdon and Godmanchester formed a single successor parish in 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972. They were split in 1982.

* Abbotsley
* Abbots Ripton
* Alconbury
* Alconbury Weston
* Alwalton
* Barham and Woolley
* Bluntisham
* Brampton
* Brington and Molesworth
* Broughton
* Buckden
* Buckworth
* Bury
* Bythorn and Keyston
* Catworth
* Chesterton
* Colne
* Conington
* Covington
* Denton and Caldecote
* Diddington
* Earith
* Easton
* Ellington
* Elton
* Eynesbury Hardwicke
* Farcet
* Fenstanton
* Folksworth and Washingley
* Glatton
* Godmanchester
* Grafham
* Great Gidding
* Great Gransden
* Great Paxton
* Great Staughton
* Haddon
* Hail Weston
* Hamerton
* Hemingford Abbots
* Hemingford Grey
* Hilton
* Holme
* Holywell-cum-Needingworth
* Houghton and Wyton
* Huntingdon
* Kimbolton and Stonley (Kimbolton before 2003)
* Kings Ripton
* Leighton
* Little Gidding
* Little Paxton
* Morborne
* Offord Cluny
* Offord Darcy
* Old Hurst
* Old Weston
* Perry
* Pidley cum Fenton
* Ramsey
* Saint Ives
* St. Neots
* St. Neots Rural
* Sawtry
* Sibson-cum-Stibbington
* Somersham
* Southoe and Midloe
* Spaldwick
* Steeple Gidding
* Stilton
* Stow Longa
* Tetworth
* The Stukeleys
* Tilbrook
* Toseland
* Upton and Coppingford
* Upwood and the Raveleys
* Warboys
* Waresley
* Water Newton
* Winwick
* Wistow
* Woodhurst
* Wood Walton
* Yaxley
* Yelling

City of Peterborough

* Alisworth
* Bainton
* Barnack
* Borough Fen
* Bretton
* Castor
* Deeping Gate
* Etton
* Eye
* Glinton
* Helpston
* Marholm
* Maxey
* Newborough
* Northborough
* Orton Longueville
* Orton Waterville
* Peakirk
* St. Martin's Without
* Southorpe
* Stanground North (abolished 2004)
* Sutton
* Thorney
* Thornhaugh
* Ufford
* Upton
* Wansford
* Wittering
* Wothorpe

South Cambridgeshire

* Abington Pigotts
* Arrington
* Babraham
* Balsham
* Bar Hill
* Barrington
* Bartlow
* Barton
* Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth
* Bourn
* Boxworth
* Caldecote
* Cambourne (established 2004)
* Carlton
* Castle Camps
* Caxton
* Childerley
* Comberton
* Conington
* Coton
* Cottenham
* Croxton
* Croydon
* Dry Drayton
* Duxford
* Elsworth
* Eltisley
* Fen Ditton
* Fen Drayton
* Fowlmere
* Foxton
* Fulbourn
* Gamlingay
* Girton
* Grantchester
* Graveley
* Great Abington
* Great and Little Chishill
* Great Eversden
* Great Shelford
* Great Wilbraham
* Guilden Morden
* Hardwick
* Harlton
* Harston
* Haslingfield
* Hatley
* Hauxton
* Heydon
* Hildersham
* Hinxton
* Histon
* Horningsea
* Horseheath
* Ickleton
* Impington
* Kingston
* Knapwell
* Landbeach
* Linton
* Litlington
* Little Abington
* Little Eversden
* Little Gransden
* Little Shelford
* Little Wilbraham
* Lolworth
* Longstanton
* Longstowe
* Madingley
* Melbourn
* Meldreth
* Milton
* Newton
* Oakington and Westwick
* Orwell
* Over
* Pampisford
* Papworth Everard
* Papworth St. Agnes
* Rampton
* Sawston
* Shepreth
* Shingay cum Wendy
* Shudy Camps
* Stapleford
* Steeple Morden
* Stow cum Quy
* Swavesey
* Tadlow
* Teversham
* Thriplow
* Toft
* Waterbeach
* Weston Colville
* West Wickham
* West Wratting
* Whaddon
* Whittlesford
* Willingham
* Wimpole


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