Folksworth is a small
village just off the A1, about 5 miles South West of Peterborough, England.
Signpost in Folksworth
years it remained relatively isolated, with only a village hall
, a church (St Helens) and a
(The Fox). However, in recent years it has
expanded with two new housing developments. Folksworth has a new
cricket wicket installed and has four goal posts on the playing
ground; there are plans to get more in the field.It is part of the
civil parish of Folksworth and
Washingley, this is in the district (former county) of
Huntingdonshire in the county of Cambridgeshire.
Folksworth & Washingley Parish Council meets at the village
hall on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.20pm.
St. Helen's Church (Church of England) in Morborne Road, was first
built in 1150 AD. The church was restored in 1850 when the chancel
was entirely rebuilt and the vestry added, the north wall of the
nave largely rebuilt, and a bell-cote built on the west
gable.Services are held each Sunday morning at 9.45 am except the
first Sunday in the month when there is a Family service which is
held at 11.00 am.
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