St Neots is a market town on the banks of the Great Ouse River and is the largest town in Cambridgeshire. It was named after a Cornish monk, St Neot, whose remains were transferred to the town at the end of the tenth century – he is the patron saint of fish! The Waterstones is located in the main shopping street near to the market square. Waterstones occupied this shop until 2014, but moved out after being unable to agree a new lease. It returned to the same building three years later.
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The St Neots Sign, the Market Square, the Great Ouse River