Welcome to The Marholm Village

Marholm is a small village in Cambridgeshire, England, lying three miles to the west of Peterborough. It has a population of just over 100. The village has an ancient church dating back to the Norman period, a village pub with restaurant and a village hall. Marholm is a civil parish in the city of Peterborough and for electoral purposes it forms part of Northborough ward in the North West Cambridgeshire constituency.

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St Mary the Virgin, Marholm: Our lovely ancient church of Our Lady In The Meadows is located on the Southern edge of Marholm village and set amongst ancient Cedar trees. Visitors to services are always very welcome. It is a very popular church for weddings. There is a service every Sunday at 9.00am. Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday except for the fourth Sunday when there is a Morning Worship service. Evensong is also celebrated at 6.30pm every Wednesday. The church is associated with nearby Castor St Kyneburgha and shares the same priest.

In the chancel, which was re-built by Sir William Fitzwilliam towards the end of the Pre-Reformation period, there are monuments to members of the Fitzwilliam family of nearby Milton Hall (present representative Sir Philip Naylor-Leyland Bt).
The Fitzwilliam Arms
The Fitzwilliam Arms in Marholm is a country pub & restaurant oozing rural charm and rustic character. Its picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on the menu and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing the bar.
Fitzwilliam Arms 
The majority of buildings that surround the inn were once owned by The Fitzwilliam family, so there is no question about the reason for the name of this pub restaurant. The Fitzwilliam Arms is situated centrally in the village of Marholm, next to the best known natural landmark in the village; "The Green Man", a 100 year old privet hedge.