Trumpington (disambiguation)

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Trumpington is a suburb of the city of Cambridge, UK.

Trumpington village in England

Trumpington is a village and former civil parish on the outskirts of Cambridge, England, on the southwest side of the city bordering Cherry Hinton to the east, Grantchester to the west and Great Shelford and Little Shelford to the southeast. The village is an electoral ward of the City of Cambridge. The 2011 Census recorded the ward's population as 8,034.

Trumpington may also refer to:

Trumpington (Rock Hall, Maryland) building in Rock Hall, Maryland

Trumpington is a historic home located at Rock Hall, Kent County, Maryland. Its Georgian plan main house is of Flemish bond brick construction five bays long, two rooms deep, and two and a half stories high. A ​1 12-story brick wing is attached. Also on the property is a log plank meathouse, a 19th-century granary, a small cemetery, a 20th-century barn, and mid-20th-century frame cottage.

Jean Barker, Baroness Trumpington British politician (1922-2018)

Jean Alys Barker, Baroness Trumpington, was an English Conservative politician and member of the House of Lords. From an upper-class background, she was a socialite for years before entering politics.

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Trumpington Street street in central Cambridge, England

Trumpington Street is a major historic street in central Cambridge, England. At the north end it continues as King's Parade where King's College is located. To the south it continues as Trumpington Road, an arterial route out of Cambridge, at the junction with Lensfield Road.

Trumpington Road

Trumpington Road is an arterial road in southeast central Cambridge, England. It runs between the junction of Trumpington Street and Lensfield Road at the northern end to the junction of the High Street in the village of Trumpington and Long Street at the southern end. The Fen Causeway leads off to the west near the northern end, over Coe Fen and the River Cam.

Trumpton is a stop-motion children's television series from the producers of Camberwick Green. First shown on the BBC from January to March 1967, it was the second series in the Trumptonshire trilogy, which comprised Camberwick Green, Trumpton and Chigley.

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Pembroke Street, Cambridge street in central Cambridge, England

Pembroke Street is a street in central Cambridge, England. It runs between Downing Street and Tennis Court Road at the eastern end and a junction with Trumpington Street at the western end. It continues west on the other side of Trumpington Street as Mill Lane.

Silver Street, Cambridge

Silver Street is located in the southwest of central Cambridge, England. It links Queen's Road to the west with Trumpington Street to the east. The road continues west out of central Cambridge as Sidgwick Avenue.

Tennis Court Road street in central Cambridge, England

Tennis Court Road is a street in central Cambridge, England. It runs parallel with Trumpington Street to the west and Regent Street to the east. At the northern end is a junction with Pembroke Street to the west and Downing Street to the east. To the south as a T-junction with Lensfield Road. Fitzwilliam Street leads off the road to the west towards the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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Lensfield Road

Lensfield Road is a road in southeast central Cambridge, England. It runs between the junction of Trumpington Street and Trumpington Road to the west and the junction of Regent Street and Hills Road to the west. It continues as Gonville Place to the northeast past Parker's Piece, a large grassed area with footpaths.

Old Addenbrookes Site site owned by the University of Cambridge

The Old Addenbrooke's Site is a site owned by the University of Cambridge in the south of central Cambridge, England. It is located on the block formed by Fitzwilliam Street to the north, Tennis Court Road to the east, Lensfield Road to the south, and Trumpington Street to the west.

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Fen Causeway, Cambridge

Fen Causeway is a link road in the city of Cambridge, United Kingdom, constructed in the mid-1920s to ease the pressure on Silver Street. It forms part of the A1134 ring road. It links Newnham Road and Trumpington Road and spans the River Cam with Sheep's Green to the south and Coe Fen to the north. There is little residential development on this road.

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Trumpington War Memorial war memorial cross in the village of Trumpington in Cambridgeshire

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