We care about Cambridge and its green landscape


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


Author: Mary Nealon

Tree & Wild Flower Walks at Wandlebury - watch online

Watch video guided walks of the trees and wildflowers at Wandlebury Country Park


Author: James Littlewood

Change in the time of Covid-19

Being locked down for Covid-19 has given us the chance to think long and hard about what is important in our lives. Is this a time to pause and re-consider how we plan for a better and greener future?


Author: James Littlewood

“CambridgePPF looks after the green places of one of the loveliest cities in Western Europe…do help it, do join it!”

- Sir David Attenborough

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To protect the heritage and green setting of Cambridge and its most valuable landscapes and to enhance and connect them for people and nature.

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Visitor Information Wandlebury



Location: Wandlebury Ring,Gog Magog Hills, Cambridge


2.6 Challenge for CambridgePPF We’re inviting you, your family and friends to take part in the 2.6 challenge to help raise funds for CambridgePPF to support our work at Wandlebury and Coton and our other special places.


Author: Mary Nealon

Target amount: £0.00

Amount raised: £275.40


Pre-pay for parking at Wandlebury

Pay in advance for parking at Wandlebury Country Park. Avoid queuing, pay for multiple visits and display your printed email in your car.


Author: Mary Nealon

Target amount: £0.00

Amount raised: £392.06

Activities & events

  • Cancelled - Solo Art Exhibition

    Sat 30 May – Sun 31 May, 10am- 3pm both days. 'A Walk in the Woods' - free solo exhibition of Debbie Baxter's brand new work. Read more

  • Trees of Wandlebury in Summer

    Wed 3 June, 10am-12pm. Learn about the native trees found at Wandlebury with one of our Wardens on a free guided walk. Read more

  • Coton Wildflowers in Summer

    Tue 23rd June, 10.30am – 12.30pm, Coton Countryside Reserve. Free guided walk to learn how to identify wildflowers in spring. Read more

Latest news

  • Our response to Covid - 19

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  • Snow drop season at Wandlebury Country Park

    Visit Wandlebury Country Park and experience the woodland and pastures transformed. Snowdrops are awakening, spreading a blanket of dappled white across the forest floor. Highlighted with the beautiful glow of aconites. Breathe in some fresh air and explore the flowering drifts on a wander around Wandlebury. Read more

  • Work begins on an exciting new pond for Wandlebury Country Park

    Work has started on an exciting project to create a new 400m2 pond at Wandlebury Country Park. Volunteers and Wardens from the park have been working together on preparing the site. The water feature will add an additional educational attraction for families and school children to learn about nature, wildlife and ecosystems. Read more