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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.

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Author: James Littlewood

Location: Wandlebury Ring,Gog Magog Hills, Babraham

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Author: James Littlewood

What do you think greater Cambridge should be like in 2040?

Would you like the population to have increased by 70%? Should new development sprawl over the greenbelt or be in new towns or along transport corridors? Why should you care? Read the first in our series of blogs about a new Greater Cambridge Local Plan.

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Author: James Littlewood

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  • 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