Welcome to Visit St Neots

St Neots is a charming market town located in west Cambridgeshire and is the largest and fastest growing town in the county with a population over 40,000. Nestled around the banks of the River Great Ouse, the town has a rich medieval heritage and there is plenty to offer visitors from dining out, browsing eclectic shops and markets, enjoying outdoor pursuits and riverside activities or enjoying seasonal events and entertainment. Younger visitors will enjoy our renowned skate park, leisure centre, public parks and cinema complex.

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St Neots Art Group Spring Exhibition

The Spring Exhibition will be held on Saturday 28th April from 10:00-16:30 in the United Reformed Church, High Street, St Neots. There will be over…

Local History Society

A talk will be given by Philip Saunders on the Huntingdonshire Manor and its records at Eynesbury Junior School on Friday 2nd March at 19:30. Members…

The Royal Air Force Voluntary Band

The friends of St Neots Parish Church welcome The Royal Air Force Wyton Area Voluntary Band. They are performing at St Mary’s Church, Church…

Weekly Charter Market

St Neots Market Square is one of the largest and most ancient of its kind in the country, dating back to the 12th century. A market has been held…

Summer Band Concerts

St Neots Town Council organise a series of open air band performances in Riverside Park each summer. The performances are free to attend and take…

Places to explore and experience

St Neots Cinema

The brand new six screen cinema off Huntingdon Street in St Neots was opened in 2014 and can seat nearly 900 people. As cinema's go it has very…

The history of St Neots

Roman

During the Roman period, from the mid 1st century to the mid-5th century, the nearest large settlement was at Godmanchester, with another at Sandy.

For the best places to eat and drink

The Chequers Inn

The Chequers Inn, Bar and Restaurant is a family business run by Stephen, Shirley and Caroline Lamb who assure you of a warm welcome, friendly and…