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Top 5 Voiages in Higham Ferrers

1. Higham Ferrers Pits

Ready to Voiage to an area of great natural beauty? Scoot on over to Higham Ferrers Pits.

This scenic 10-hectare reserve of grass and wetlands next to the River Nene is bursting with nature.

Breeding and wintering birds, such as reed buntings, shovelers and grebes abound, along with diverse dragonflies and damselflies.

See which can you spot!

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2. Higham Sports and Social Club

It’s always fun and games at Higham Sports and Social Club!

With a great atmosphere and friendly patrons, enjoy live music, cheer on your big-screen sporting favourites, or showcase your cue skills on the full-size snooker tables.

Scoot on over now! A warm welcome’s guaranteed.

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3. Higham Ferrers Riverside Park

Looking for a fresh-air escape from it all? Ride down to Riverside Park!

A scenic slice of the great outdoors, the River Nene shimmering through it, the park offers many a waterside walk to remember.

There’s a great diversity of nature to enjoy too, with many species of birds and woodland wildlife to spot as you wander through the trees.

It’s the perfect way to clear your mind, and be at one with nature.

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4. The Spice Lounge - Indian restaurant

When you’re craving a taste of India, nothing hits the spot like The Spice Lounge.

Whether you’re on a romantic night out, or having a fun night with your friends, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome from the friendly staff.

Pick from a mouth-watering menu of delicious, authentic Indian dishes. Then sit back and enjoy flavours to savour from this award-winning gem.

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5. Chichele College

Scoot back to the 15th Century with a Voiage to Chichele College!

Founded in 1422 by Archbishop of Canterbury Henry Chichele, who was born in Higham Ferrers, it’s a unique surviving example of a chantry college. The main business of the College was offering prayers for the souls of the patron and his family.

Explore the historic gatehouse, college buildings, and chapel – which is now often used for heritage or art exhibitions. Check the College website for what’s on, before you ride over.

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