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Welcome to the website for St Ives, Cambridgeshire where you will be able to find the information you need about our wonderful town.

The Home page contains details of events, concerts and festivals as well as important notices.

The About St Ives button gives you a whole host of important information. This includes how to take a river trip, the location of toilets, doctors surgeries, where you can stay and much more.

Details of how to travel to and from St Ives can be found under the Travel Info button.

The history page gives you information about how St Ives developed into the popular town it is today and some of the interesting facts about our heritage.

There are four buttons which link to other important websites:

The Corn Exchange is the town’s main community centre and hosts many groups and has a programme of fairs and concerts.

The Town Council website is where you can find the official information about the town and contact local councillors.

Our St Ives is a site where you can see information about clubs, restaurants, shops and businesses and other interesting community information.

The Norris Museum website has details about its programme of classes, tours and exhibitions.


This website is provided by St Ives Town Team which is a community group dedicated to promoting St Ives.

If you want to contact us please send an email to:

To contact the Chairman email:

For financial matters please email:

You can also visit our Old Riverport Jazz and Blues Festival Facebook page 

No upcoming events at the moment

Snowman Festival 2023
How to win a £50 Townrow Voucher?
Click on this icon/pic (use the appropriate one) to open up the Snowman Trail Map, which you can print off and use.
The Trail starts on Saturday 18th November 2023.
Visit the shops on the map and collect at least 20 STICKERS to complete the trail.
When you have done that, enter your name and contact details on the map and drop it off at either La Muse in the Broadway or Janet Church Interiors in Bridge Street.
Completed maps must be handed in by 4pm Saturday 16th December to be entered into the draw.
The winners will be the persons named on the first four Snowman Festival Trail Maps ‘picked from the hat’ on Sunday 17th December.

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Official Opening of the Bandstand
Sunday 10 September
The Waits at noon.
By The Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Julie Spence, OBE CStJ QPM, the King’s representative.
Also on hand will be the High Sheriff and the Town Mayor.
Following the ribbon cutting ceremony there will be an afternoon of free entertainment for all.
If the weather is fair why not bring a picnic to enjoy on the grassed area by the river?

Click on the image above to read the Town Team's response to the St. Ives Masterplan document.

Click on the image above to read the Town Team's vision for the town.


This Vision of St Ives was prepared by the Town Team following responses from traders and the public to a questionnaire in 2019.
We are re-issuing an updated version following the Masterplan proposals from HDC which have been criticised. This report makes suggestions, which we believe can be used to aid a discussion about what improvements the people of St Ives would like to see. This document was produce at no cost to St Ives taxpayers.

St. Ives Cambridgeshire Cambs.

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