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House Data in Whittlesey
According to home.co.uk Whittlesey statistics there can be approximately 168 houses for sale in Whittlesey at a time, with the average asking price being £237,811.00 and the median time to sell a house averaging at 97 days.
Whittlesey District Council & Council Tax
A total of 16,058 people live in Whittlesey. Below is a breakdown of the various council tax bands and prices. These are based on what the value of your property was on 1 April 1991, not its current value. You can check your Council Tax band by going on the Government website.
|Valuation band||Range of values||Valuation band||Range of values|
|A||Up to and including £40,000.00||E||£88,000.01 – £120,000|
|B||£40,000.01 – £52,000||F||£120,000.01 – £160,000|
|C||£52,000.01 – £68,000||G||£160,000.01 – £320,000|
|D||£68,000.01 – £88,000||H||More than £320,000|
Why Whittlesey: Things To Do?
Whittlesey Museum was founded in 1976 as part of the Whittlesey Society and is now an independent charitable trust. The museum is located on the ground floor of the early 19th century Town Hall in Whittlesey.
Gallery displays are mounted in the former caretaker’s cottage and in the area previously used to house the town’s horse drawn fire engine. The collections largely cover social history and the development of the local area. Outside in the museum courtyard a forge, wheelwright’s bench and agricultural equipment recall occupations which supported the local economy.
Locally there is the buzz of an independent village with its local owned business and friendly meeting places. However, 20 minutes’ drive north is the rapidly-growing city of Peterborough.
Take in the splendour of our magnificent 900 year-old Norman cathedral, which is a special experience of beautiful grounds and majestic architecture. Follow the heritage trail to be transported back in time at Peterborough Museum. And some of the best highlights in rural Peterborough include Burghley House, John Clare Cottage and Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre with its historic watermill.
And if you’re looking for events, Peterborough has a jam-packed calendar of free large scale festivals and events on our river Embankment, which build on its growing reputation as the East Midlands’ city of festivals.
Established favourites such as the Heritage Festival, the Italian Festival, Diwali Festival, Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival and the Perkins Great Eastern Run attract thousands of visitors from all over the country and abroad.
When the daylight fades experience Peterborough’s nightlife. There are three theatres offering drama, ballet and concerts – New Theatre Peterborough, The Key Theatre and The Cresset.
Whether it’s fine restaurants, pub food, a light snack in a bar or late night entertainment Peterborough has a great selection of places to eat and drink. Taste from tables around the world with a spicy Mexican, a fragrant Thai, a creamy curry, stylish Italian or hearty English – we can offer them all.
For a romantic treat, try one of our floating restaurants down by the river or if you’re off to the theatre, catch a pre-performance supper at Resit! Vegan Kitchen at the Key Theatre.
And if you’re looking for the tastiest street food then be sure to pay the City Market a visit. Here you’ll find more than 140 traders covering a range of shopping delights such as women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, haberdashery, flowers, fresh local fruit and vegetables, confectionery and home decorating materials. The food court encompasses a butchers and fishmongers but if you’re after a spot of lunch then be sure to try out any of the fabulous food offerings with dishes deriving from the Caribbean, Italy, India, China, Thailand and many more.
In the surrounding villages you will find many quality country restaurants and pubs to explore. In the winter you can relax by a roaring log fire and enjoy real home-cooked meals made with fresh local ingredients.
The retail offering in Peterborough will keep you shopping for hours. Queensgate Shopping Centre sits in the heart of the historical city centre and the nearby independent stores will give you something unique to take home. There are several retail parks well worth a visit around the city too.
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