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Thriplow is a stunning village which has been almost entirely unspoilt over its time, being situated 8 miles (12.87 kilometres) south of Cambridge and 7 miles (11.27 kilometres) from Royston.
Thriplow is well positioned for fast access into the south side of Cambridge and the M11, with the A505 and A10 each just over 2 miles (3.22 kilometres) away. The nearby train station at Foxton provides a fast route into Cambridge or King’s Cross.
Thriplow has a renowned Daffodil Weekend and Country Fair which offers family entertainment within a traditional village setting and attracts thousands of visitors to the village each year. Dating back to 1969 the festival has food and drink stalls, tea rooms, beer marquees, live music, open gardens, tractor rides and other children's activities.
The local Church of England Primary School is rated good by Ofsted with secondary schooling available at nearby Melbourn Village College, also rated good.
The village facilities including a village hall, a vehicle repair shop, playgroup, community-run shop and the church of St George.
There is one pub, The Green Man, known for good food and serving beers from smaller regional breweries, it has a smaller drinking area with a fireplace and a larger area for dining. Outside there is seating on the green in front and a pub garden to the rear.
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.