Coming soon in Autumn 2021, a new development of 21 units at Kimbolton. This will include 13 executives detached homes and 8 social/shared ownership units available from BPHA.
Kimbolton is a village and civil parish in England. Kimbolton is about 9 miles (14 km) west of Huntingdon and 14 miles (23 km) north of Bedford. Kimbolton is administered as part of Cambridgeshire; however, it is situated within Huntingdonshire, which is a historic county of England and is now a non-metropolitan district of Cambridgeshire. The parish includes the hamlet of Stonely.
Kimbolton is known locally for its facilities, including High Street shopping, two pubs, a Budgens outlet (formerly Robinsons fuel station), fire station, a Post-Office, a medical centre, a pharmacy and the Mandeville Hall, a charitable organisation providing facilities to the local community.
Kimbolton Fireworks, a well-known manufacturer of fireworks and organiser of public fireworks displays, is based in Kimbolton. It grew from the extracurricular activities of Kimbolton School chaplain and chemistry master, Ron Lancaster, sometimes dubbed the “master blaster pastor.” In 2020, the popular firework display was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.