Jeavons Lane, High Street, Great Cambourne, Cambridgeshire
: Darwin Court is situated off Jeavons Lane within walking distance of shops in the High Street. The development consists of 32 flats with communal facilities completed in 2006.
Cambridge : Cambridge was mentioned in Domesday as Grentebridge and had a castle and five mills and a population of about 2000. Its name derives from 'bridge over the River Granta' and the Romans called their settlement here 'Durovigutum'. The Anglo-Saxons developed the town with its conjuction of four major roads into a busy commercial centre. It was the highest navigable point on the Cam leading via the Great Ouse to Kings Lynn and the river carried a great deal of Fenland traffic.
Today it is a famous university city and flourishing regional centre. Its oldest college, Peterhouse, was founded in the thirteenth century. There are many beautiful courts and gardens open to the public and most of the college chapels and libraries can be visited at specific times. There are many fine old buildings, museums and churches and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is one of the very few round medieval churches in England.
: Facilities include a visiting manager and alarm service, lift, residents' lounge, guest facilities and garden.
Cambourne is about nine miles west of Cambridge and about ten miles south of Huntingdon. Royston to the south is about 11 miles and St Neots to the west about seven miles.
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