The Parish

Great Staughton is divided into three distinct parts. The Highway straddles the B645 and is chiefly noted for the famous sundial, dating from 1637 and the White Hart, a 17th Century coaching inn. The historic heart of the village is the Town which lies half a mile from the sundial, down the minor road to Little Staughton. The Town is dominated by two celebrated buildings: the Church of St. Andrew, which dates from the 13th Century and Place House, built in 1539.

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Great Staughton Playing Field
The Sun Dial in Great Staughton
Great Staughton Primary Academy
Great Staughton Church
GM Gilbert Family Butchers in Great Staughton
St Andrews Church in Great Staughton
Life Magazine
Great Staughton Churchyard