The local area

The Jolly Brewers is not only extremely well placed for the attractions of Ely, Cambridge and Newmarket but also has local attractions within walking distance.

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Milton attractions 

Milton Country Park offers country walks, lake fishing, bird watching etc.
The River Cam.  Just at the end of Fen Road the Cam provides excellent fishing and boating opportunities.
Walking: There are many country walks from Milton or indeed you can follow the River Cam into the historic City of Cambridge

Cambridge attractions

There's so much to do in the historic city of Cambridge. We're situated a reasonably short distance from the town centre and buses, taxis and trains are at your disposal to gain access to one of the most beautiful cities in the UK.

Local business parks

Cambridge Science Park

Since it was established by Trinity College in 1970, the Cambridge Science Park has played a pivotal role in the “Cambridge Phenomenon” - the transformation of Cambridge from a market town with a world-class university to one of the leading technology hotspots in the world.

Today the 152-acre site is home to over 100 businesses ranging from spin-outs from the University of Cambridge to multinational companies seeking access to the brightest graduates and entrepreneurs from Cambridge’s diverse talent pool. Many are working on potentially life changing technologies from personalised medicines and non-invasive cancer diagnostics to artificial intelligence, IoT, defense and connectivity - to name just a few.

The Bradfield Centre

A collaborative entrepreneurial community of technology start-ups and scale-ups.

Housed in a stunning building at the heart of the Cambridge Science Park, The Bradfield Centre is designed to appeal to entrepreneurs, researchers and students, and is home to innovative high growth start-up and scale-up businesses.

St. John's innovation Centre

St John’s Innovation Centre was established by St John’s College, part of the University of Cambridge in 1987 as part of St John’s Innovation Park, which now hosts a number of other buildings occupied by knowledge companies and professional services firms. The site (wholly-owned by St John’s College, Cambridge, since 1534) provides a campus setting close to both the city centre and major transport arteries.

Cambridge Innovation Park

Cambridge Innovation Park combines premium serviced office space with additional amenities to create an ideal environment for high-tech companies - from their very inception through to the point at which they need to start scaling up.