Up Chapel Street Church Lane Church Street Cotton End Road Duck Lane Duck Race Day Harraton Landwade Oxford Street St Martin's Swan Lane Walk Round Exning Big Boat Boudicca April 10, 2013

Exning village from the A14 

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Exning is a small village/town 2 miles north of Newmarket.

It is said to be the Headquarters for Queen Boudicca (Boadecia) who died in 60AD, chief of the Icene tribe, who defeated the Romans ......

as can be seen on the village signs



Being near Newmarket, the headquarters of Horse Racing in England,  there are many equine connections including several Stud Farms and a National Equine Hospital.

Local Websites which may be of interest

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Exning Parish Churches

Village History Exning Community Church Hall Music Builds Communities
Download BBC Suffolk video clip
Wikipedia Parish Council Old Pictures of Exning   Weather


Click map or here for a walk round Exning

This is the best way to see most of the village (or click on street names above)

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The White Horse

The Wheatsheaf

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The Rosery Hotel, White Swan
CHURCHES     Exning Parish Website which John developed and maintains
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St Martin's Church where John plays guitar once a month.  website but he attends regularly at St Philip & St Ethelrdeda
and to occasional services at St Nicholas Landwade Methodist Chapel
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Harraton House stables ..... one of many... with a manor house Exning Primary School  Ofsted Report
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Former Newmarket Hospital [IoE 275651] now appartments

Exning House now a set of luxury appartments [IoE 275644]

The "rec" with St Martin's in distance Grouse/Partridge ? i teh recreation ground
Just off the A14 , on Windmill Hill, there is a John Deere dealership down the road .....just like in South Lyon, MI, USA
Fireworks at Exning Cricket Club Nov 4, 2007
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