Formerly known as Slepe, St Ives is a pleasant, ancient market town on the banks of the River Great Ouse. Famous for the Chapel on the Bridge, one of only 3 such surviving bridges in England and as being the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell, St Ives has been a market town for almost 1,000 years. During that time, it has hosted some of the largest public markets in England and even today the town boasts a market on Mondays and Fridays. The original character of the town still remains and the shopping centre has a good mix of independent traders and well known High Street stores. This afternoon we drive to the outskirts of Cambridge to the Scotsdales Garden Centre, one of the UK’s largest independent garden centres that has been serving the gardens of Cambridgeshire for over 40 years.
Price: £17.00 includes return travel by luxury coach, free time in St Ives on market day and a visit to the Scotsdales Garden Centre.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic this excursion has been rescheduled for Friday 9th October
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