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The Fens are unique with an atmosphere and character all of their own.  This fascinating land with its special history and heritage, offers something with a real difference, a chance to really get away from it all on a relaxing holiday or short break. The Fens stretch from Cambridge to Lincoln and from King’s Lynn to Peterborough – nearly 1 million acres of beautiful black soil and wildlife-rich water. The Fens of today are a people-made landscape, as full of history and heritage as they are of flowers, horticulture, water and wildlife.
  • The FENS Visitor Guide here (pdf, 22.25 MB)
  • The Major Events Guide for the FENS Food & Flower Festival  here (pdf, 1.55 MB)
  • The new Fens Waterways Guide here (pdf 3.4 MB), insert page 1 (Boating/Angling addresses) here; insert page 2 (Map) here
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There are a whole range of interesting things to enjoy in the Fens
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Fens Food & Flowers Festival
Wind mill
Food and flowers are the life blood of the Fens and the foundation stones of our heritage.
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About the fens
Misty fens scene
Discover the story of the Fens, from the once inhospitable marshlands to the villages of today.
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There are a whole range of exciting and distinctly different short breaks to enjoy in the Fens.
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