An Historic Parish In Cambridgeshire


Hello and welcome to our website dedicated to the parish of Waresley-cum-Tetworth. The aim of this site is to provide an insight into the life of the village and to provide details of local amenities, a contact point for parishioners to view parish council minutes and to make any comments regarding village and parish life in general.

Within the site you will also find details of any news and events that are happening in the parish, plus some interesting history and photos of the local area.

Parish Council

The parish council meets on a regular basis in the village hall. We will publish the current agenda, latest and past minutes for you to download and read. If your have any matters that need discussing, you can contact the parish clerk via this page.



Local Amenities

Our parish has a mixed range of businesses and amenities on offer to locals and visitors to the area. We have a thriving garden centre and free range egg producer, plus village hall and our resident sculptor. Visit this area of the site for more information.



Parish History

The parish of Waresley-cum-Tetworth has had an interesting history, from the days of the Doomsday book and through the years of the Earls in residence in the manor house. Our most famous family are the Duncombes, which lends its name to the local pub.