We care about Cambridge and its green landscape

Walking

Wandlebury Estate, Coton Countryside Reserve, Hinxton Watermill, Bourn Windmill

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Author: Mary Nealon

Project to Save Bourn Windmill

The windmill is at risk of collapse. An urgent project is underway to save and restore it. Please help if you can.

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Author: James Littlewood

Blue Plaque for Rev W Awdry

A blue plaque has been installed in Elsworth village to commemorate the children's author, Rev W Awdry, who wrote the Railway Series books, including Thomas the Tank Engine

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Author: James Littlewood

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- Sir David Attenborough

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Visitor Information Wandlebury

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Location: Wandlebury Ring,Gog Magog Hills, Cambridge

A Nature Recovery Network for Cambridge

How should the Cambridge area respond to the global biodiversity emergency? We put forward our solution.

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Author: James Littlewood

Activities & events

  • Coton Spring Clean Litter Pick

    Sun 21 March, 2pm at Coton Countryside Reserve. Help us pick up litter in the reserve, village and roadsides. Read more

  • Stourbridge Fair at the Leper Chapel - a talk

    Join us for an illustrated talk on the medieval Stourbridge Fair with local historian Honor Ridout. For centuries the Fair, hosted at the Cambridge Leper Chapel, was the high spot of the Cambridge year until it's decline and it's last proclamation in 1933. Find out more and get your questions answered. Read more

  • Winter Tree Walk at Wandlebury

    Tue 30 Mar, 10am – 12noon. Wandlebury Country Park. Guided walk to learn how to identify tree species in winter. Read more

Latest news

  • Blue Plaque for Rev W Awdry

    A blue plaque has been installed in Elsworth village to commemorate the children's author, Rev W Awdry, who wrote the Railway Series books, including Thomas the Tank Engine Read more

  • Discover Wandlebury's Dinky Door

    Can you locate the newest and dinkiest arrival at Wandlebury Country Park? Shrouded in history and steeped in legend, discover (ye olde) Knight Rider, the newest addition to the Dinky Doors collection. Find unexpected wonder as you wander through Wandlebury. Read more

  • Our response to Covid - 19

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