The Village

Papworth Everard is a village in Cambridgeshire, England. It lies ten miles west of Cambridge and six miles south of Huntingdon and 6 miles east of St Neots.
It is ideally situated for train links to the North and South with London Kings Cross being less than an hour away.
It is also easily situated for road links North, South, East and West with major roads such as the A14 and A1 within easy reaching distance.

TB Colony
In 1918, the Cambridgeshire Tuberculosis Colony, consisting of 17 patients, moved from the nearby village of Bourn into Papworth Hall.
This event was to have a profound effect on the future of the village. With the Hall went the village and most of the land in the parish. Under the energetic and capable management of Dr (later Sir) Pendrill Varrier-Jones, the Papworth Colony rapidly expanded.

Today
Papworth Everard is a large village with a thriving community, home to substantial light industry and local business. It is also the centre for the Papworth Trust, a charity which offers housing and training to the disabled, and Papworth Hospital, renowned in the field of cardiology.

The News & Views

The News & Views is a local community A4 newsletter delivered FREE to all houses and local businesses in Papworth Everard, Cambridgeshire.

It features, articles and notices from local residents, clubs and the Papworth Everard Parish Council.
It also carries advertising for local and national businesses.

1,700 copies a month are printed and delivered locally and worldwide via the local residents.

The News & Views has its own Facebook page where articles and notices that either missed the deadline or did not make the publication are published on a regular basis, please feel free to view this page via the Facebook logo above, and like or share these with your friends and family.



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