This is the website for the villages of Great Gidding, Little Gidding and Steeple Gidding, UK

If you live in or around the Giddings, this is the place for you to keep up to date with what's happening where you live – and to let others know what's happening with you. If you are just visiting our site then we hope you'll find the general information about the area and history to be of interest.

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Book the Village Hall or Playing Field for your next EVENT

Why not book the Village Hall or Playing Field for your next party or celebration?

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Events Calendar

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Look out for AlfredWhy not follow the Great Gidding Newt Trail?

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Upcoming events

  • Service of Remembrance
    Service of Remembrance
    This year our Service of Remembrance at St Michael’s Church on Sunday 12th November takes place in the late afternoon at 5pm. The Sawtry Branch of the British Legion will...
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  • Exercise4Seniors
    New exercise classes for Great Gidding
    Exercise4Seniors starts in November in Great Gidding Village Hall on Thursdays at 11.00am. Contact Steph Taylor on 07720 583340 or visit www.exercise4happiness.com...
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Latest news stories and reports

Looking back

  • Krystyna and Julie serving in the Gidding Gobblers Café
    Gidding Gobblers Café – Summer 2017
    What a great summer it’s been! It only seems like yesterday that Krystyna and Julie had the idea of opening a summer ‘pop-up’ café for cyclists and the local community...
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  • Chapel End Horse Pond, Great Gidding
    Chapel End Pond
    A photographic essay of how Chapel End pond was reclaimed back to an attractive environmental pond  from being an unloved, overgrown shallow  pit. A pond has probably always featured in...
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