A thriving community

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Wintringham will be a thriving community, supported by key facilities, services and amenities, set in dynamic and attractive spaces. Critically, the new community will be supported by public transport, safe links to the station and cyclepath/footway connections to get around the place and connect to neighbouring Loves Farm and St Neots.

Wintringham has been designed with spaces and places where people can meet up and play an active role in their new community.

Wintringham a place to work

A place to work

Wintringham will cultivate and support a thriving business community. The employment area will include a landscaped business park, small-scale employment around the district and local centre targeted at innovative and creative industries, and lighter clean industrial units to the south of the site, with good access to the regional transport network.

Archaeology

Early evidence suggests that Wintringham has been home to a variety of different people throughout the ages - dating back as far as the Neolithic period (c.4000 – 2200 BC). Our archaeologists will be investigating and documenting the site to help us better understand how our ancestors lived and worked the land.

Archaeology finds at Wintringham St Neots

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Albeit quite the washout weekend, it was great to still see you all heading over to Wintringham for your foodie fix on Saturday!

Word on the street is that the food trucks are only here throughout May... we're delighted to confirm that's incorrect! @foodtruckrevolutionuk are here to stay, so keep reading if you're already counting down until the food trucks return on Saturday!

From 5pm until 8pm, the Wintringham plaza will be welcoming @buffalo__joes, @vonniesbalkanexpress and @cambridgeluxurybakes.

Please remember @buffalo__joes are operating by pre-order only, so make sure you message them on socials to get your pre-orders in! And if you simply can't decide whether to pre-order or just rock up, @vonniesbalkanexpress are open to both!

If you live in the area, get your steps up and walk over to the plaza outside the school! For those who are coming from further afield, the school car park will be open for the evening so take the turning at the roundabout by CALA Homes and park by the school.
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We told you it was coming… and you've not got much longer to wait!

The first brand new play spaces here at Wintringham are due to open this month. Whether you're walking home from school or heading over at the weekend, be the first to try them out.

Keep your eyes peeled as we'll be updating you in the coming days to let you know when they're open!
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Less than two weeks until the first ever Street Food Festival brought to you by @bohemiastneots, @shiftiesuk and St Neots Town Council!

If you're a foodie at heart and can't resist delicious, local street food, then you won't want to miss this!

Head to the St Neots Market Square from 12pm until 8pm on Sunday 23rd May and expect food, music and a buzzling atmosphere!

Find out more at - http://www.streetfoodfest.co.uk
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We're celebrating Hump Day and making it to half way through the week! It also means we're one day closer to the weekend and even closer to the next street food pop up at Wintringham St Neots!

We're absolutely thrilled at the amount of you that visited @pigcassos and @churro_bar last Saturday and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience on launch weekend.

And to say thank you properly, this weekend we've got double the food trucks en route! Saturday will see @steakandhonour and @questionedisapori making their debut at Wintringham, and the return of @pigcassos and @churros_bar!

Get yourselves over to the plaza outside Wintringham Primary Academy from 5pm until 8pm. If you're craving burgers, @steakandhonour are operating by pre-order only, so make sure you message them on socials to get your pre-orders in!

Don't forget, if you live in the area, get your steps up and walk over to the plaza outside the school! For those who are coming from further afield, the school car park will be open for the evening so take the turning at the roundabout by CALA Homes and park by the school.
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May equals play!

With this month marking the opening of the first play spaces here at Wintringham, it's an exciting milestone for the development.

It will be great to see the community able to enjoy these exceptional spaces after school and at the weekend, and we're looking forward to those in the local area being able to make the most of them too!
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Don't forget tomorrow, Saturday 1st May, kicks off the first of our street food pop ups here at Wintringham St Neots!

Whether you're craving sweet or savoury, we've got you covered! With @pigcassos and @churros_bar located on the plaza outside Wintringham Primary Academy from 5pm until 8pm, it's one not to be missed!

If you live in the area, dust off your trainers and stroll over, or use the cycle ways and take your bike out for a ride! For those who are coming from further afield, the school car park will be open for the evening so take the turning at the roundabout by CALA Homes and park by the school.
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Community is at the very forefront of everything we do at Wintringham. Some of you may not know, but there is a dedicated Community Development lead employed solely for the growing community here at Wintringham.

Here is resident Gemma who recently moved in at Wintringham, chatting to Christine from our Community Development Team.

On hand to ensure that when you've found your house to call home and you're successfully moved in, our Community Development Leads are on hand to answer any questions you may have.
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As Wintringham develops, you'll notice an array of different landscaped areas and casual seating popping up. Believe it or not, these are actually seats!

Whether you're taking the dog for a walk or picking up some foodie delicacies from one of our @foodtruckrevolutionuk vendors at the weekend, take a seat and relax on the Civic Square. Or take a short stroll to the seating overlooking Three Fishes Pond!
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With just over one week to go, who else is counting down the days to @pigcassos first visit to Wintringham next weekend?

To kick off the weekly food truck offering at Wintringham, Pigcassos will be here from 5pm until 8pm on Saturday 1st May on the square outside Wintringham Primary Academy.

If you live in the area, dust off your trainers and stroll over, or use the cycle ways and take your bike out for a ride!

For those who are coming from further afield, the school car park will be open for the evening so take the turning at the roundabout by CALA Homes and park by the school.
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It's great to see Spring in full bloom along Cambridge Road, even if it has been a bit chilly recently!

Don't forget, if you live in the area and still working from home, get out and stretch your legs at lunchtime and explore our new walking and cycle routes along Cambridge Road.
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With a brand new term in full swing and children back in school, we're putting the spotlight on Wintringham Primary Academy this week.

Did you know that the first of two schools to open here at Wintringham will have an early years’ provision opening from this September.

Open weekdays from 9am until 3pm, sign your little ones up today!

Visit http://www.wintringhamprimary.co.uk for more information on the early years provision or to explore our interactive model of Wintringham Primary Academy visit https://www.wintringham.org/education-at-wintringham.
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When naming the new streets here at Wintringham, we wanted to ensure that the development could become a platform to celebrate established families routed in the local area.

Many have been named in honour of some of those local families and individuals known to have lived in the area more than 100 years ago.

The Achurch family were a Lower Wintringham Farm family, and lost 2nd Lieutenant Henry Graham Achurch in the First World War.

If you're moving to Wintringham and want to know the heritage behind your street name, let us know and we'd love to give you more info!
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Spring is officially upon us, bringing with it warmer weather, longer days and a busy time of year for the property market.

A new record was set on Rightmove in late March, with more than 9.1 million visits in one day. The spring selling season started at a level not seen in a decade, with the highest number of sales agreed on Tuesday 23rd March than any other day in the past ten years.

With over 30 different housing types available, Wintringham has something for everyone.

If you're looking to move in 2021 or simply want to find out more about what's planned for Wintringham, visit our website today.
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Whilst I'm sure we'll all be flocking to shops, hairdressers and beer gardens from today. Don't forget we have started to open our walk and cycling trails around the development!

If you live in the local area and are looking to stretch your legs, you will be able to utilise the newly landscaped walk and cycleways along Cambridge Road. This local family have got the right idea!
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If you saw our last post, you'll know that it's not just a growing community of families, downsizers and first time buyers here at Wintringham… but a variety of wildlife too!

These Mallard Ducks have begun to make themselves at home in one of the landscaped ponds located at the entrance to the development.

What other wildlife have you spotted at Wintringham?
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This year marks the first Spring season that residents have been living here at Wintringham.

And with the landscaping and flowers starting to fully bloom too, it's an exciting milestone for the development.

Don't forget, it's not just residents that are proud to call Wintringham home, but wildlife that are beginning to settle in too!
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Whether you're upsizing or downsizing, there's something for everyone here at Wintringham.

From first time buyers making their first step onto the property ladder, to growing families that need more space, Wintringham has got you covered.

Marlene and Vittorio loved Wintringham and St Neots so much, they made the move all the way from Tower Bridge in Central London!

What are you waiting for? You could be next!
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It's officially one month until @foodtruckrevolutionuk are coming to the Civic Square here at Wintringham. Are you as excited as we are?

Kicking off the first month of foodie fun and making their Wintringham debut will be @pigcassos on Saturday 1st May, make sure you've got it in your diary (in Sharpie!)

But hey, if you're busy on the 1st, fear not! We've got @steakandhonour booked in for the week after on Saturday 8th May... make sure you don't miss out!

Keep your eyes peeled for more updates, or sign up to our database to be kept in the loop.
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The entrance ponds at Wintringham contribute to leaving a lasting first impression for those visiting the development.

Come rain or shine, Wintringham really is shaping up to be a beautiful location to call home. But hey, we're biased right?

If you're looking to make your move this year, visit our website and find out more about living here at Wintringham - https://www.wintringham.org/homes/
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Sustainable transport and active travel is a key priority for us here at Wintringham🚲

We appointed specialist sustainable transport consultancy Go Travel Solutions to support our new residents to walk and cycle more and support us in delivering our commitments to sustainable travel🚶‍♀️

Jemma Fry who moved into her brand new home at Wintringham in January this year, make the choice to join the LocalGo scheme in order to benefit from a 20% discount on a home EV charging point from EO Charging, which will allow her to charge her new electric car.

Jemma told us; “I really like LocalGo’s sustainable travel initiative. When we emerge from lockdown and we can travel more freely this is really going to help me save money. The scheme encourages use of public transport and energy-efficient personal vehicles so it helps the environment too.”
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Natural environment

A well designed and managed landscape in which people and wildlife can thrive together is essential to the successful creation of this new neighbourhood. We will create landscaped, green spaces for our residents to enjoy sports, recreation and leisure pursuits. We will also protect and enhance key ecological features and establish new habitats for a diverse range of plants and animals to flourish.

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Wintringham is an extension to St Neots and we want to make sure everyone has an opportunity to join us on this exciting journey to develop a new area that existing and future residents and visitors can enjoy. To be kept informed about the development and forthcoming community events, please register for updates.

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