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About 200 - 300 years ago their existed Fulbourn Magna and Fulbourn Parva.  There were also  two churches. One fell down in 1776.  I wasn't to blame.


Fulbourn - close to The Windmill, the Roman Road, Wandlebury, The Devil's Dyke, Gog Magog Hills, Fleam's Dyke, Anglesey Abbey (National Trust) and Cambridge Airport








Terry, Diana and Emily live in the picturesque village of Fulbourn with a view of the windmill at the top of the hill and close to the historic University of Cambridge


THE FULBOURN CHRONICLE
(1750-1850)

There was a settlement here in the Dark
Ages after the Romans left.  The Saxons
called it Fugelburn - a stream with birds


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