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What's On?

Please note: In the case of regular events (*) only the next occurrence will normally be shown

21/28? August

10.30 to 11.30 am


Relax Kids
Holiday Activities

Alina Pruna

25 August 2017

10am to 4pm


Art Day


Philippa Hadley Coates











Village Cinema

Viceroy's House

Exning Presents


3.30 to 4.30pm


MBC Band

Music Builds Communities

20 Sept* 2017


Tesco Community Room

MBC Singing for Fun

Music Builds Communities

Key to Venues


Exning Community Church Hall


Old Hospital Chapel (St Philips w St Etheldreda)

St Martins

St Martins Church

St Nicholas

St Nicholas Church, Landwade


Tesco Newmarket Community Room

Take a walk around the village

See proposals to creat a new council for West Suffokl:          Exning . Net is available for you to promote events in the Exning area or nearby. It is free! Please contact us if you want us to include details of your event (clubs, groups, individuals).

Welcome to Exning . Net

For Links to websites of local organisations and other interests see below

Photos of Exning Events (over the last year)

15 July 2017

 "A Taste of Exning"

17 June 2017

"The Great Get Together"

28 Jan 2017

Murder Mystery Evening "The Great British Joke Off"

If you  have other photos please contact us via info@exning.net




United Charities


& Young People


Exning is a village in Suffolk,  It lies just off the A14 trunk road, roughly 12 miles (19 km) east-northeast of Cambridge, and 10 miles (16 km) south-south-east of Ely. The nearest large town is Newmarket which is 2 miles to the south.

This website has been established by residents of the village to provide a focus for information about the village, links to the many websites in the village and a home to the Exning section of the “22 Villages” website produced to celebrate the millennium.

Exning is reputed to have been the capital of the Iceni tribe and therefore the home of Queen Boadicea (Boudicca)(Local Lore). She appears on the village sign.

Christianity came to Exning in AD630 with the conversion of King Anna. Exning is reputed to have been the birthplace of his daughter Saint Etheldreda, to whom the cathedral at Ely is dedicated.

After over 1300 years it is good that there is still a lively worshipping church in the village

Exning Community Church Hall (ECCH) is the venue for many local activities including Music Builds Communities (MBC), fitness sessions, dancing, activities for children and young people, committee meetings, and as a cinema.

If you want to know more about the history of Exning there are 2 excellent books which are available from the Post Office:’

There is also some information on line:

Exning Parish Council

Exning Parish Churches

Exning Primary School

Exning Community Church Hall


Old Pictures of Exning

A Walk around Exning

Exning Cricket Club

Links to websites of local organisations and other interests

Exning Athletic Football Club

Exning Tennis Club

Exning Ladies Football Club

Stepping Stones

All Places


22 Villages

Exning from the Air


Exning Remembers

Roll of Honour

Studlands Residents FB

Exning Community Page on FB

Help shape future of west Suffolk

Residents, businesses and local groups are being urged to help shape the future of west Suffolk and have their say on plans to create a new council.

Both Forest Heath District and St Edmundsbury Borough Councils have agreed to look at the creation of a new single council for west Suffolk. A new council would entirely replace the borough and district council but continue to deliver the same services…more