Sutton St. Edmund is a parish and a village about 100 miles north of London, 14 miles southeast from Spalding and 5 miles west of the A1101 trunk road that runs between Wisbech and Long Sutton. Gedney Hill parish lies to the west, separated by a cut of the South Holland Main Drain. Cambridgeshire to the south and east, also defined by a drainage cut. The area is typical fenland: marshy and flat, drained by several small canals and the larger South Holland Main Drain.
If you are planning a visit:
By automobile, consider taking the B1166 arterial road west out of Wisbech. It will take you across the south end of the parish.
There is caravan parking and camping just south of the village, near the B1166 road.