||Thurleigh stands on a 250ft high plateau, said to be the largest in England.
The parish consists of about 3,400 acres of clay soil.
About 750 people live in the village in about 250 dwellings. The village is
spread across 5 ends - Church End, Cross End, Scald End, Backnoe End and Park
End - that cover an area of about 6 square miles.
Community life continues to thrive with regular events held at the Village
Hall, the Church, the Playing Field Club and the Jackal Public House.