Great Chesterford is situated on the River Cam, approximately 10 miles south of Cambridge and 4 miles north of the charming market town of Saffron Walden. It is a picturesque village with its own railway station serving Cambridge and London Liverpool Street and is about half a mile from Junction 9 of the M11, which connects London to the north.
With archaeological finds dating as far back as 100,000 BC and evidence of a Romano-Celtic Temple, Great Chesterford is proud of its history.
The modern-day village has many old houses of archaeological interest and a beautiful and ancient church.
Great Chesterford has excellent recreational facilities, including a modern Community Centre with a sports hall and meeting rooms situated alongside a large recreational ground containing a skate park, a multi-sports court and a childrens’ play area.