Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire, CB21 5JD
Date of visit: 18th July 2021
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Great Wilbraham is a small village situated in a rural area some seven miles (11 km) to the east of Cambridge, between the edge of an area of low-lying drained fens to the west and north, and higher ground beyond the A11 to the east.
The parish of Great Wilbraham has been occupied for thousands of years; a Neolithic camp was excavated in the west of the parish in 1976, and a Bronze Age barrow, where up to eight burials were discovered in 1852, lies alongside the Fleam Dyke in the southern corner of the parish. A possible Roman dwelling was also located in woodlands.
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Location – Northing & Westing 52°11’33.6″N, 0°15’57.8″E
Location – Plus code: 9F4257V8+3C
Location – what3words: stewing.upper.tightrope
Location – Grid Reference TL 54987 57356
Location – OS X & Y: 257356, 554987
Location – Latitude & Longitude: 52.192661, 0.266037
Location – UK Postcode: CB21 5JD