Welcome to the Doddington’s Doings website!

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Doddington Cambridgeshire SignDoddington is a village full of history, situated in Cambridgeshire, England, and the Doddington’s Doings is the village’s monthly newsletter.
Set in Fenland, between Chatteris and March, Doddington has two churches (St Mary’s Church and the Methodist Church) and around 900 houses.
There’s many clubs to suit everyone. For example, we have the Girl Guides, Scouts, Women’s Institute, the women’s section of the Royal British Legion, Short Mat Bowls Club, Outdoor Bowls Club, Cricket Club and an Under 5’s group and many more!
Every year without fail, the village puts on a carnival and sports day – and we are hoping the Christmas lights will come back to the village this year too.
St. Marys Church, DoddingtonThere are many footpaths around the village to soak up those fantastic Fenland views. There’s also Welney Wildlife Centre nearby and the RSPB reserve Ouse Washes at Manea.
You can view the newest issue of the Doddington’s Doings on the sidebar to the right, as well as back issues, our monthly poll and the ability to subscribe to the site.
Scroll down to look at the latest news and articles about the village, and use the top bar to look at the places, history and events that make Doddington tick.
You can also comment on every single page – we welcome your views!
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BBC documentary crew visits Doddington

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The BBC visited Doddington recently to film a documentary following the life of Vicky McDougall, who is currently helping to run computer courses at The George.
Vicky, up until recently, had never used a computer, but she’s been taking advantage of the computer lessons that are currently on offer at the pub – delivered by the Outreach team of Cambridgeshire Libraries and Learning Centre.
The Cambs Times has run a story on the national BBC award that Vicki has won thanks to her work with the IT courses.
And to view the short documentary, check it out below: