History of St Neots

History Of St Neots

St Neots is the largest town in Cambridgeshire, England. The town originally developed next to a medieval priory in the form of market stalls. These were replaced over the years by permanent structures, which eventually defined the boundaries of today's Market Square. There is some evidence of pre-Roman and Roman activity in the area, but the main story of the town begins with the founding of St Neots Priory in medieval times.

This history article covers the modern suburban area of St Neots which includes Eaton Ford, Eaton Socon and Eynesbury.

Read more about History Of St NeotsPre-Roman, Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Viking Period, Norman and Mediaeval History, Tudor Period, Stuart and Civil War Period

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