Covering Cambridgshire, Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire

St. Neots Office




Giggs & Company,
150-152 Great North Road,
Eaton Socon,
St Neots,
PE19 8GS

  01480 276 888


Virtual Tour

Find Us

From A1 South

Leave the motorway the junction for Cambridge A428. Take the 1st exit onto the B1482 into Eaton Socon, St Neots. Then follow final directions.

From A1 North

Leave the motorway at the junction for Cambridge A428. Take the 2nd exit onto the B1482 into Eaton Socon, St Neots. Then follow final directions.

From A428 West

Take the 3rd exit onto the B1482 into Eaton Socon, St Neots. Then follow final directions

Final Directions

Follow the road over 1 main roundabout and 3 mini-roundabouts until you. you will Pass "The White Horse" and "i-Dash" on the left just before the last mini-roundabout. We are the first left onto Ackerman Street, parking is available at the rear of the building.

About The St. Neots Area

St. Neots is the largest town in Cambridgeshire, having 28,000 residents. It is located in the South West corner of Cambridgeshire, immediately adjacent to Bedfordshire. It owes its rapid expansion and prosperity to its strategic position on the main London to Edinburgh line and on the major A1 and A428 roads.

Whilst the road and rail links are of great benefit to the town, it is undoubtedly the Great Ouse river that draws the majority of visitors to the town. The Riverside Park is therefore a popular location for residents and visitors alike, offering picturesque scenery, boating, fishing, picnicking and pleasant walks across the park's many bridges.

The Riverside is linked to the Market Square by the town bridge, first constructed with 73 timber arches in 1180. This was replaced in the early 17th century by a stone bridge, which was heavily fortified during the Civil Wars as the river formed the western

Parliamentary boundary. Despite this, in 1648 the Earl of Holland led a royalist force into the town but it was to be a brief occupation. The next day they were surprised and defeated by parliamentary troops and their leader was captured and slain. Given this history it is no surprise to note that Huntingdonshire District is also known as Cromwell Country and St. Neots is often the host to some spectacular period re-enactments. A major event involving the Sealed Knot was held in July 1998 to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the battle.

Today's modern road bridge was completed in 1965 and allows easy pedestrian access to the main Riverside Park and the Common, as well as providing a convenient vantage point to watch boats on the river or to cheer on teams of rowers!

The Market Square is the hub of St. Neots and dates from the 12th century. It is one of the largest market squares in England and still retains a pleasant Georgian character.

Other local attractions may be found at The St. Neots Museum located in New Street – here, you will be able to find out much more about the town's rich history. Priory Park - a three minute drive from the Market Square - is a quiet and pleasant park, with light woods on three sides. St. Mary's church is an impressive building located a short walk away from the Square. The aforementioned Riverside Park, offering boating, snack bars and other entertainments depending on the season. Ernulf recreation Centre and Swimming Pool, a five minute drive from the town centre offers many activities including tennis, badminton, squash and gymnasium. The town also boasts many fine inns, pubs and restaurants

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