Church of St Martin, Exning
Exning shown within Suffolk
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||East of England|
Exning is a village in Suffolk, England.
The most conspicuous building in Exning is the church of St Martin, which is visible from the A14.
During the Second World War, the headquarters of No 3 Group of RAF Bomber Command were located in Exning House. Nearby Newmarket Heath, the northwest corner of which borders on Exning, was used as an airfield for, amongst others, Stirling III Bombers of No. 75 (NZ) Squadron RAF. Little evidence remains of this chapter in Exning's history, apart from a single aircraft hangar on Heath Road, Burwell (near the "One Thousand Guineas Connect" service station on the A14 trunk road) and a memorial plaque on the racecourse.
- Landwade, neighbouring village that was formerly in Cambridgeshire but now amalgamated into Exning parish
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Exning.|
- Exning Parish Council
- Exning history and pictures
- St Martin, Exning
- Photos of Exning today
- Exning Cricket Club
- Exning Parish Churches
- A Walk Round Exning