Willow Row Barrow is nestled in the Cambridgeshire countryside and was picked for its stunning scenery, plentiful wildlife and quiet location.
The land surrounding Willow Row has been farmed by the Squire family for seven generations and has a fascinating history tied to Queen Victoria. Sir Peter Squire purchased the Bassmead Estate in 1845 as a place to grow herbs for his apothecary business in London, of which Queen Victoria was a loyal customer.
Today, Richard and Cordelia Squire work the land growing crops of wheat, barley and oil-seed rape, while their three children run around chasing wildlife and playing by the willow trees.
Willow Row Barrow sits adjacent to Hail Weston, St Neots. There is plenty of parking available, and the barrow is tucked away at the end of a 5-10 minute walk alongside working fields.
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Saturday 13th, August 2022
Soulton Long Barrow – Open Day
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Saturday 20th, August 2022
Willow Row Barrow – Open Day
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Tuesday 4th, October 2022
Soulton Long Barrow closed for Private Placement Service
Soulton Long Barrow will be closed for a private placement service on the 4th of October 2022 from 11 am to 4 pm.