Postcode 33 The Brambles, Limes Park Road, Hemingford Grey, Saint Ives, Cambs, UK


About the Address 33 The Brambles, Limes Park Road, Hemingford Grey, Saint Ives

Postcode PE27 5NJ is the address of 33 The Brambles, Limes Park Road, Hemingford Grey, Saint Ives which is in East of England region of England. 33 The Brambles, Limes Park Road, Hemingford Grey, Saint Ives is within Hemingford Grey & Houghton wardof administrative division of Hemingford Grey It falls under constituency Huntingdon. The nearest station is Huntingdon which is 7.40km away from the postcode. The postcode PE27 5NJ is under the Cambridgeshire police force

Postcode Search Result 33 The Brambles, Limes Park Road, Hemingford Grey, Saint Ives


PE27 5NJ

Address Details: 33
The Brambles
Limes Park Road
Hemingford Grey
Saint Ives
United Kingdom
PE27 5NJ
Parish: Hemingford Grey
Ward: Hemingford Grey & Houghton
Administrative Division: Hemingford Grey
Country/State: Cambridgeshire
Constituency: Huntingdon
Region: East of England
Country: England

Map of PE27 5NJ - 33 The Brambles, Limes Park Road, Hemingford Grey, Saint Ives, Cambs, UK

Tavel around PE27 5NJ

Nearest Station: Huntingdon
Distance: 7.40 km

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Police: Cambridgeshire

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