Graveley is a small South Cambridgeshire village which sits in a triangle formed by the A1, A14 and A428, a few miles to the north-east of St. Neots. The eastern border follows a stream which separates the village from Papworth St. Agnes. During the second world war, a large portion of land within the village boundary was requisitioned by the government for use as a military airfield, used for bomber squadrons.
The village sign today features an image of bombers flying over the farmland which remains the setting of the village, the airfield was finally returned to the village in 1967, and the land returned to agricultural use.
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