St Leonard's, Catworth
It is a village of winding streets in which is varied architecture; a delight to the eye. The village stands on a hill south of the A14, surrounded by farmland.
The parish church, St Leonards, is of the 13th century. It has an octagonal spire and contains a monument to Rose Dryden, sister of the poet.
The village has a restaurant, with bed and breakfast (“The Racehorse”). There is also a village playing field.
A second part of Catworth is the hamlet of Little Catworth, which sits at the bottom of the hill from the main village.
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