Pubs and Clubs

Burwell Ex-Service & Social Club
The club puts on live music every Saturday night and has live country music on the last Friday of each month. Check the club's site to see what's on.
Burwell Ex-Service & Social Club
The Anchor Public House (Burwell)
Food, drink and Music
The Anchor Public House
The Five Bells (Burwell)
Near the church
The Five Bells
The Fox (Burwell)
Louise and Bob look forward to seeing you at The Fox in Burwell
The Fox
Five Miles From Anywhere No Hurry Inn (Upware)
Upware River Bar and Restaurant
Five Miles From Anywhere No Hurry Inn
The Bell (Bottisham)
The Dyke's End (Reach)
Pub with Restaurant in Reach run by the village for the village
The Dyke's End
The Shed (Lode)
Situated in the historic village of Lode on the outskirts of Cambridge, our distinguished bar and restaurant is a perfect location to meet, eat and drink with friends and family.
The Shed
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Children's Liver
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MSF Web Site
Ukraine Crisis Appeal
Disasters Emergency Committee Logo
Red Cross Appeal
UNICEF
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FynNet
Burwell Lode Bridge
Burwell - St Mary's Church
Burwell Windmill
Burwell Lode
Village News
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