Saturday, 25 January 2014
Crowland is only a small place between Peterborough and Spalding but it packs a punch for having two famous historical sites. The first is the large and impressive structure of Crowland Abbey which dates back to medieval times and the second is the 14th century Trinity Bridge which used to be situated over a river. The bridge is often referred to locally as the Witches Bridge.
Crowland has a main high street with a variety of small independent shops, restaurants and cafes.
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