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Like all small charities we need to raise money every year to help fund the different strands of our work. There are lots of ways that you can support us. You could become a member, which comes with a variety of benefits. You could volunteer to help out at one of the special places we look after. Or you could make a donation. Options include setting up a monthly Direct Debit, supporting one of our fundraising appeals or helping us buy an essential item for one of our properties. However you choose to help, one thing is certain, you’ll be making a difference to the future of Cambridge, its historic buildings and green spaces.
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Search our event listings to find out what’s on in and around Cambridge at our individual properties. Join nature discovery walks. Take part in craft events. Become a healthy walker. Or simply soak up some culture at an arts event. Forthcoming events include:
Cambridge's first country park - perfect for picnics and woodland walks
A wildlife reserve and working farm managed for the public to enjoy
Cambridge's oldest complete building and a fine example of Romanesque architecture
One of the oldest surviving mills in the country and a scheduled ancient monument
A 17th century corn mill located on the banks of the River Cam
Visitors to Wandlebury will notice some tree works in the park this winter and during successive winters. The Board and management of CambridgePPF would like […] Read
The celebrations are over for another year – you’ve eaten your fill of turkey, cleared up the wrapping paper and probably had one mince pie […] Read