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29th Apr 2016Bourn MillHinxton WatermillLeper ChapelWandlebury Country ParkEducation and learningEnvironmentalEventsFundraisingHistoric buildingsPlanningVolunteering

Morris Men to greet the merry month of May

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 […] Read>>

23rd Mar 2016Bourn MillCoton Countryside ReserveHinxton WatermillLeper ChapelWandlebury Country ParkEducation and learningEnvironmentalEventsFundraisingGreen BeltHistoric buildingsPlanningVolunteering

Spring has sprung at Wandlebury

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 […] Read>>

18th Jan 2013Coton Countryside ReserveCorporate supportEnvironmentalPeopleVolunteering

Carter Jonas rural team brave cold to help CambridgePPF

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6th Dec 2012Coton Countryside ReserveCorporate supportEnvironmentalPeopleVolunteering

ARU staff learn about countryside management with CambridgePPF

Volunteering for a local charity is a great way to give something back to the local community and a team from the Students’ Union at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) recently showed their passion for pro bono work by helping out Cambridge Past Present & Future (CambridgePPF) at its Coton Countryside Reserve. Read>>

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