Swingbrow (sometimes written
Swing Brow)is a tiny hamlet near to Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, and
lying alongside the Forty Foot Drain built by Vermuyden.
Famous maybe only for the Ram Inn (now a residence) and alongside a
Saddlery now knocked down and the site of new bungalow, Dykeside.
No official signs denote the hamlet because signage is not safe to
be installed on the banks of the drain. The hamlet comprises two
roads (droves):- First Drove and Second Drove.
The only other known fame in Swingbrow is for the discovery of a
'PERFORATED OBJECT' (Neolithic - 4000 BC to 2201 BC). Location of
this artefact may be with the Parish records.