Near this spot stood the barn where 79 people (61 children and 27 adults) died in a fire during a puppet show on 8th September 1727

Cuckolds Row, Burwell, United Kingdom

Until the early 1900's stray animals were here impounded by the finder until redeemed on payment of a fine Pound Hill Also for many years the place where village fairs, markets and the Whitsun feast were held

Parsonage Lane, Burwell, United Kingdom

The Sheep Wash Until compulsory dipping was introduced in 1905 sheep were washed here before being sheared or going to market

Weirs Drove, Burwell, United Kingdom

Here was the entrance to Burwell station on the Cambridge to Mildenhall railway line L.N.E.R. 1884-1962

Station Gate, Burwell, United Kingdom

This area is known as Jerusalem Gardens. Believed to have been a Jewish burial ground in the reign of Henry II.

52 North Street, Burwell, United Kingdom