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The Sawston estate was held by the Huddleston family from 1517 until the 1980s.
The Hall was thrust into the history books in 1553 when Mary Tudor (soon to be Mary I of England), fleeing imprisonment by the Duke of Northumberland, spent the night at Sawston Hall.
The hall boasts many fine features, such as the magnificent Great Hall complete with Elizabethan panelling and a large Tudor fireplace with fireback dated 1571.
The hall also has its own private chapel which is also panelled and has an 18th-century decorated plaster ceiling and wonderful stained glass windows.
An air raid shelter still remains in the grounds, and on the top floor war-time graffiti still adorns the walls.
This development has led to the area of Sawston spreading into the small nearby village of Pampisford.