Wansford Village

The Parish Council of Wansford deals with Wansford village north of the river Nene.

The village lies in the Unitary Authority of Peterborough City Council.


Tour of Cambridgeshire Cycling 6/7th June 2015

The Tour of Cambridgeshire event is taking place on 6/7th June. Vericool Sports Management are the company that are organising the event and have organised the road closures with Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC).


This is not a matter that requires planning permission from Huntingdonshire District Council (HDC). The Authority (HDC) has no control or jurisdiction over road traffic matters

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Village Design Statement

This Village design Statement is Supplementary Planning Guidance adopted by Peterborough City Council on 22nd August 2003

This village design statement was Conceived, researched, collated, written and published as a Community Project.

What is the Wansford Village Design Statement?

Our Village Design Statement (VDS) has been researched and written by members of the local community and describes Wansford as it

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The History of Wansford

The Story of Wansford. David Stuart-Mogg.

The History of Wansford, David Stuart-Mogg, front cover

59pp. with over 60 photos & illustrations. Price £4.95.

Available from

Direct from the author by post at 10 Robins Field, Wansford, Peterborough PE8 6JW at £5.70 (incl: p & p). Email: David Stuart-Mogg Also available as a pdf download here The Story of Wansford

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Village History – St Mary’s Church

The parish church of St. Mary the Virgin, properly a chapel of ease to neighbouring St. Andrew’s Church, Thornhaugh is of considerable antiquity being Saxon in origin and certainly 11th century if not earlier. A “chapel of ease” is a subordinate place of worship to a mother church, in this case St. Andrew’s at Thornhaugh, which is sited for

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