This pretty village in the
Fens is noted for possessing two old churches,
which share a churchyard.
One of them, St Mary’s, has been beautifully restored, while the other, St. Cyriac’s, lies derelict and dormant.
Nearby is superb Anglesey Abbey, a 13th century Augustinian building which was transformed into a country house in the 17th century.
Now run by the National Trust, the property has many interesting features as well as splendid gardens.