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The Priory Centre

The town of St. Neots grew up around a Benedictine Priory that was re-built in the early 11th century. It replaced a small Anglo-Saxon monastery at Eynesbury in which were housed the bones of Saint Neot, a revered Cornish monk who died around 875.

The Priory Centre stands on the banks of the River Great Ouse. It is a beautiful setting for a wedding or conference or just to take a break from shopping and enjoy a cappuchino or expresso.  At night-time it comes alive with not to be missed shows and events which will have you singing and dancing the night away.

Whether it’s a a big night out to see a live band or a Childrens play session you’re after, the Priory Centre is the place to be.

Eatons Community Centre

The Eatons Community Centre was officially opened in April 2010 by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester GCVO. The Centre is located in Eaton Ford on the outskirts of St Neots with on site car parking. There are regular buses to the Centre from the Town.

The Centre has a large main Hall for events, conferences and community group meetings.  Upstairs there are two meeting rooms which can be joined into one for larger meetings but are also ideal for team-building exercises and smaller training sessions, where there is a requirement to divide into groups to work.

To find about more about either of these Centres please contact the Hospitality and Events Team at the Priory Centre on 01480 388922, email priory.centre@stneots-tc.gov.uk