Kimbolton Road (B645) between St. Neots and Hail Weston. Postcode for your satnav: PE19 5JX
Public Open Day at Willow Row Barrow, situated close to St. Neots
Willow Row Barrow is the regions first barrow to have been built in circa 3,500 years. Hand-crafted using over 400 tons of limestone this structure is a jaw-dropping monument to ancient tradition, designed to help celebrate life in a natural environment.
Originally barrows were built some 3,500-5,000 years ago by community to venerate their dead. They became very important venues for community to gather and feast...
Today our barrows are secular venues used by families as an alternative to civic venues for funerals and commemorative services.
Child friendly, dogs welcome (on a lead please), come dressed for a country walk, be prepared for a awe inspiring moment or two.
Tea & coffee provided (first come, first served)
We highly recommend the local pub for lunch (The Royal Oak, Hail Weston).
Kimbolton Road (B645) between St. Neots and Hail Weston. Postcode for your satnav: PE19 5JX PE19 5JX