Stapleford is a vibrant village located approximately four miles to the south of Cambridge, in the county of Cambridgeshire, in eastern England.
Stapleford is twinned with Villedomer, in the Loire region of France, and, with Nachingwea, one of the six districts in the Lindi Region of Tanzania.
The village has a very active, friendly community. Here are some of the links to other aspects of the community:
The primary school:
Stapleford Granary – a study centre for the arts and music.
They also host an exciting program of concerts, lectures and events open to all:
There’s a very active football club:
And a tennis club:
There is a recreation ground with a pavilion and there is more open space at the Magog Down which is an area for restoration, conservation and informal recreation on the Gog Magog Hills:
And just up the road is Wandlebury Country Park which offers more than eight miles of walks through mature woods, meadows and chalk grassland areas: