Is there a Haverhill in Cambridgeshire?

By Russ Verbrugge, On 10th July 2021, Under Food and Drink
Haverhill is the second largest town in the Borough of St. Edmundsbury in Suffolk and is situated close to the borders of Cambridgeshire and Essex. The town lies on the A1307 between Cambridge and Colchester and is at the junction of the A143 to Bury St. Edmunds.

In this way, what is Haverhill famous for?

By 1620, Haverhill had become well known as a Puritan town. It produced many leading Puritan preachers such as the Ward family (John, his sons Samuel and Nathaniel and his grandson John), the Faircloughs and the Scanderets. There were several emigrations to America where Haverhill, Massachusetts, was founded in 1640.

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How do I get to Haverhill from London?

There is no direct connection from Haverhill to London. However, you can take the line 60 bus to Audley End, station, take the walk to Audley End, then take the train to London Liverpool Street.

What does Haverhill mean?

Haverhill is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. By the end of 1913, one tenth of the shoes produced in America were made in Haverhill, and because of this the town was known for a time as the "Queen Slipper City". The city was also known for the manufacture of hats.
The city of Haverhill was founded in 1640 and is located in Essex County which today is a city of 52000 and has kept its characteristics of a home town through out New England.
The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Haverhill is 1 in 51. Based on FBI crime data, Haverhill is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Massachusetts, Haverhill has a crime rate that is higher than 89% of the state's cities and towns of all sizes.
64,041 (2018)
Distance between Cambridge and Haverhill is 26 kilometers (16 miles). Driving distance from Cambridge to Haverhill is 31 kilometers (19 miles).
Haverhill, Suffolk
Population 27,041 (2011 Census)
OS grid reference TL671456
• London 47 miles (76 km)
District West Suffolk
Haverhill (/ˈhe?vr?l/ HAY-vril) is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. Haverhill is located 35 miles north of Boston on the New Hampshire border and about 17 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The population was 60,879 at the 2010 census.
Haverhill (/ˈhe?v?rh?l/ HAY-v?r-hil, /ˈhe?vr?l/ HAYV-ril) is a market town and civil parish in the county of Suffolk, England, next to the borders of Essex and Cambridgeshire. It lies about 14 miles (23 km) southeast of Cambridge and 47 miles (76 km) northeast of central London.
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