Evie Godfrey

There has been a settlement in Wadenhoe for over 800 years and it is mentioned in the Domesday Book.

The 13th century church; The Church of St. Michael and All Angels is located in a prominent position on a hill overlooking the meadowlands of the Nene valley and isolated from the main part of the village which lies below along the River Nene.

The current village was built in what was once a deer park and dates back to about 1657. The current village is made up of 17th, 18th and 19th century limestone buildings with thatched roofs or Collyweston slate tiles and pan tiles.

The Nene Way long-distance footpath passes through the village.