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Sacrewell

There’s something for everyone at Sacrewell, from an 18th century watermill, old farming equipment and Shire horses to rare breeds of farm animals, to people in search of a cream tea, overlooking some of Cambridgeshire’s most beautiful countryside. As an agricultural charity, they give insights into where food comes from.

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Full disabled access

Operator

William Scott Abbott Trust

Address

Thornhaugh Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE8 6HJ

Open days

Mid Jan-3 Nov Daily 0930-1700. Nov-Mid-Jan 2020 closes 1600. (Closed some days in winter.) (Last entry 30mins earlier.)

Travel

By Rail: Stamford / 5 miles

The farm is far more than a visitor attraction and has a fascinating history that can be traced back to the Domesday survey of 1086. Since 1964, the 50-acre site has been run as a charity by the William Scott Abbott Trust with the aim of providing an agricultural education for everyone, from school children to heritage enthusiasts. The charity also owns the wider 550 acres of Sacrewell Farm.

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