- Foxton, Cambridgeshire
Infobox UK place
static_image_caption=The village sign
region= East of England
population= 1,161 (2001 Census)
Foxton, a small village in
South Cambridgeshire, England, is celebrated in Rowland Parker's classic of local history "The Common Stream" (1975) (ISBN 0-89733-391-8). It has a number of perfectly preserved fifteenth and sixteenth century houses, and a thirteenth century church dedicated to St Laurence.
Foxton's population is currently around 1,250 (1,161 in 2001 census) split approximately 80:20 adults to children and occupying about 480 houses.
Foxton has a mainline rail station to
Londonand is on the main bus routes to Cambridge and Royston.The village has a public house, village shop and post office, primary school, learning centre, educational trust ( Villiers Park) and is home to the Burlington Press.
The village has a conservation area Foxton Dovecot and Meadow "established" in 2006.
* Friends of the Dovecot Meadow (2006) "Foxton Dovecot and Meadow". Foxton, UK: Friends of the Dovecot Meadow,  p.
* [http://www.foxtoncambs.info/ Foxton Website]
* [http://www.foxtonvillage.com/ Another Foxton village website]
* [http://www.scambs.gov.uk/documents/retrieve.htm?pk_document=1832 SCDC Factsheet on Foxton]
* [http://www.villierspark.org.uk/vphome.php Villiers Park Educational Trust]
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