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Local charity, Cambridge Past, Present and Future (CambridgePPF) are delighted that Shepreth Wildlife Park is supporting the charity’s endeavours to increase membership.
Join CambridgePPF now and get free Wildlife Park entry tickets, two for a family membership and one for a single membership.
The sooner you apply for your membership the sooner you can take advantage of free entry to Shepreth Wildlife Park as well as the benefits of CambridgePPF’s membership. Shepreth Wildlife Park tickets can be used until end of Read>>
10th Feb 2017
It’s early spring again – lovely and warm in the sun but still chilly in the shade! If you feel you still have one foot stuck in winter then head outdoors with CambridgePPF this March for an activity to get that spring back into your step. Set out on Read>>
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6th Jan 2017Wandlebury Country ParkEnvironmentalGreen BeltGreen spaces
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 to reassure visitors that we are managing the vegetation to increase wildlife diversity, ecological connectivity and resilience, while also taking care of our Scheduled 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 too many – so now is the time to refresh yourself by taking part in a healthy outdoor event with CambridgePPF! This January there Read>>20th Dec 2016
Cambridge Past, Present & Future, the leading local charity working for the well-being of the city, its green spaces and historic buildings is delighted to announce the appointment of their new Chief Executive, James Littlewood, who joined the charity at the beginning of December.
James has been appointed to lead Read>>16th Dec 2016EnvironmentalGreen BeltLocal planPlanning
The City Deal has come in for considerable public criticism over its plans to improve public transport in the Greater Cambridge area. Is this warranted? How can the City Deal improve its performance and enhance its public reputation?
This statement sets out CambridgePPF’s position on the City Deal. Although we Read>>21st Oct 2016EnvironmentalGreen BeltLocal planPlanning
The likely dropping of the proposed road closures leaves the City Deal’s congestion package in disarray. CambridgePPF calls on the City Deal to consider that the only effective and fair way of cutting congestion and creating a high quality public transport system is through a driver pays approach. The Read>>11th Oct 2016EnvironmentalGreen BeltLocal planPlanning
CambridgePPF calls for a five point plan for improving the Cambourne to Cambridge bus service. In response to the announcement of the City Deal’s preferred route options, the charity proposes:
• A comprehensive independent topographical and engineering survey of the A1303 to assess is capability to accommodate Read>>23rd Sep 2016
The crisp mornings and beautiful early evening sunsets mean autumn is here again, but while the mercury is falling it’s actually the perfect time to raise yourself up and outdoors to enjoy the captivating colours of the English countryside. This October CambridgePPF will be hosting a variety of fun Read>>20th Sep 2016
Despite the obvious benefits of both planning applications to the people of Cambridge, CambridgePPF is unable to support either planning application in the form in which they have been submitted.
Fundamental to its submission is the assertion by Grosvenor that the two projects are financially inter-dependent and must therefore be Read>>11th Jul 2016
The summer holidays are here again and it’s time for some family fun! August is the ideal time to get out and enjoy the beautiful British countryside, and with the kids off for six whole weeks there’s plenty of time to join CambridgePPF for an action-packed month of outdoor Read>>9th Jun 2016Planning
The City Deal is poised to make the most significant decision it will ever make on the future growth and
prosperity of the Greater Cambridge area – how best to alleviate the city’s chronic traffic congestion
and create the high quality public transport system that every growing, thriving city region must Read>>9th Jun 2016Planning
This document sets out the position of CambridgePPF with regard to the growing problem of sustainable transport and traffic congestion in the Greater Cambridge area. It sets out a number of basic principles that CambridgePPF believes could provide a strategic policy framework for addressing the problem. It is not Read>>28th May 2016Green BeltLocal planPlanning
One-and-a-half cheers. CambridgePPF appreciates that the move away from a fixation on expanding road capacity towards a city-wide approach that includes management of the demand by drivers is a positive step by the City Deal, but it is not the major step that is needed. It is a start Read>>29th Apr 2016Bourn MillHinxton WatermillLeper ChapelWandlebury Country ParkEducation and learningEnvironmentalEventsFundraisingHistoric buildingsPlanningVolunteering
You can see our April enewsletter
by clicking on the link to find out about some of the activities since our last newsletter. Click to find out more here Read>>26th Apr 2016Bourn MillHinxton WatermillWandlebury Country ParkEducation and learningEventsSchool holidays
This May, local charity CambridgePPF has a range of exciting activities planned for all ages to enjoy the longer days of sunshine and celebrate the season of growth. Witness a traditional English morris dance at dawn as the sun rises over the Wandlebury woodlands, discover new skills on a Read>>25th Apr 2016Bourn MillHistoric buildingsHistory
In 1932 this remarkable building, one of the oldest surviving mills in the country, was given to CambridgePPF, then Cambridge Preservation Society. The Mill has undergone many repairs and rebuilds during it's working life and is now a scheduled ancient monument.
It has inspired people over the years, even the Read>>23rd Mar 2016Bourn MillCoton Countryside ReserveHinxton WatermillLeper ChapelWandlebury Country ParkEducation and learningEnvironmentalEventsFundraisingGreen BeltHistoric buildingsPlanningVolunteering
You can see our March enewsletter
by clicking on the link to find out about some of the activities since our last newsletter. Click to find out more here
Read>>10th Feb 2016EnvironmentalGreen BeltPlanning
CambridgePPF initial response to A1307 Cambridge to Haverhill City Deal proposal
The Joint Assembly of the City Deal meet this week to agree and make recommendations to the City Deal Executive Board on the next round of public consultations. This will include proceeding with the A1307 Cambridge to Haverhill Read>>28th Jan 2016
At their January Board meeting, the Trustees of the charity unanimously agreed to appoint Ros Aveling as the new Chairman of Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF).
Ros, who was appointed to the Board of Trustees at the AGM in 2015, takes over immediately from Robin Pellew, who has been Read>>28th Jan 2016
CambridgePPF responds to the proposal from the North Barton Road Landowners Group for a major new development between the University’s West Cambridge site and Barton Road
“CambridgePPF strongly opposes the plans for the development of the West Fields. Indeed, it has rejected the offer from the Colleges to join them Read>>