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Madingley is a small village located approximately 5 miles (8.05 kilometres) away from central Cambridge. It is a quaint village with a lot of character and has excellent road links to the A428, the A14 and M11.
Madingley Hall is a prominent attraction of the village owned by Cambridge University and originally dates back to the 1500s, and is a popular venue for weddings and conferences.
The highly regarded Three Horseshoes pub has become a renowned eatery locally and is run by the well established Cambscuisine, who own eight pubs/restaurants around the Cambridge area.
Schools are located in the nearby villages, with primary schools in Dry Drayton, Coton and Hardwick with the secondary school close by in Comberton, which is Ofsted rated outstanding
There is a village hall, church, a recreation ground with a play area for younger children and cricket pitches.
Madingley Park and Ride goes directly into central Cambridge and provides a regular bus service.
Updated 20th April 2020.
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Please note that Cambridge has a fine selection of independent and special schools, which have not been included. The information regarding schools, doctors and dentists contained in this infographic is based on information supplied by the GOV.UK website. You must seek clarification from the school itself to ensure that the area above is within the correct school catchment. Train line distances are straight line measurements.