Cambridge's independent charity that cares for green spaces and heritage.

Visitor Information Wandlebury

Find out about opening hours and onsite facilities

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Location: Wandlebury Ring,Gog Magog Hills, Cambridge

Land for Nature Appeal

Support the Land for Nature Appeal today. Help us raise funds to purchase land in and around Cambridge to protect it from development and transform it into nature rich habitat.

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Author: Rachel French

Location: Wandlebury Ring, Gog Magog Hills,, Cambridge

Target amount: £100,000.00

Amount raised: £72,109.62

See what our volunteers get up to

Watch our new volunteering video and see what a difference their hard work and dedication to our green spaces and heritage sites.

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Author: Rachel French

"Cambridge Past, Present & Future looks after the green places of one of the loveliest cities in Europe...do help it, do join it !"

Sir David Attenborough

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Be a part of your local nature and heritage

Cambridge Past, Present & Future is an independent charity with no statutory funding. That means that we are reliant on donations from members, donors and supporters to care for nature and protect heritage in Cambridge. If this is important to you, please support our work with a gift.

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Why not become a member and help us to protect and care for nature and heritage in Cambridge

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Author: James Littlewood

20% off membership for Friends of Botanic Garden

Friends of Cambridge University Botanic Garden receive 20% off CambridgePPF annual membership. Join now for £21.60 per annum and help us keep Cambridge special.

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Author: Rachel French

Cambridge Nature Network

A nature recovery network for the Cambridge area

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Visitor Information Coton Countryside Reserve

Opening times, directions and facilities with map of walking trails

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Visitor Information Bourn Windmill

Opening times, directions and facilities.

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Author: James Littlewood

Location: Bourn Windmill,Caxton Road, Bourn, Cambridge

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Author: Rachel French

Visitor Information Leper Chapel

Opening times, directions and facilities.

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Author: James Littlewood

Location: Barnwell Junction,Newmarket Road, Cambridge

Visitor Information Hinxton Watermill

Opening times, directions and facilities.

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Author: James Littlewood

Location: Hinxton Watermill,Mill lane, Hinxton, Cambridge

Planning Watchdog

Our responses to planning applications and consultations

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Author: James Littlewood

Activities & events

  • Volunteer Work Party - Coton

    Tue 19 Oct, 10.30am - 1pm at Coton Countryside Reserve. Help care for wildlife habitats whilst you get active, meet others and enjoy learning. Read more

  • Ghost Stories II at the Leper Chapel with In Situ: Theatre

    Sat 23 Oct or Sun 24 Oct, 8pm. Ghost Stories at the Leper Chapel with In Situ: Fascinating storytelling and drama in the wonderfully atmospheric Leper Chapel. Read more

  • Holiday Bushcraft for 5-12 year olds

    Mon 25 Oct - Fri 29 Oct, 8.30am to 4pm, Wandlebury Country Park. Outdoor activities for 5-12 years. Read more

Latest news

  • A Green Recovery for Cambridge

    Nature in Cambridge has received a boost thanks to a grant award of £248,300 from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund. The grant is to start the delivery of a Cambridge Nature Network which was launched in May. Read more

  • Blue Plaque unveiled for Elsie Widdowson

    CambridgePPF unveils Blue Plaque for Elsie Widdowson, a much-loved pioneering nutrition scientist who was the mastermind behind wartime rationing in Britain. Read more

  • 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