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Happy 60th Anniversary Wandlebury Country Park

Wandlebury Country Park is celebrating 60 years since it was opened to the public. It took a lot of work and generosity but the park has become a well-loved Cambridge institution and a haven for wildlife.


Author: James Littlewood

Cambourne - Coton- Cambridge Busway

Stand up for landscape and nature and let decision-makers know what you think


Author: James Littlewood

Wandlebury Pond Project appeal

Please help to transform a derelict pond at the heart of Wandlebury Park into an attractive landscape feature that will improve wildlife and provide a wonderful educational resource for children to learn about the natural world.


Author: Mary Nealon

Target amount: £50,000.00

Amount raised: £8,002.00

“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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Activities & events

  • Solo Art exhibition

    Sunday 25 Aug – Monday 2 Sept, 10am- 3pm every day. 'A journey Through Trees' - free solo exhibition of Debbie Baxter's brand new work. Read more

  • Iron Age Walk at Wandlebury

    Wednesday 28 August, 10.30am - 12pm Wandlebury Country Park A gentle guided walk around Wandlebury to discover some of the Iron Age history. Read more

  • Hinxton Watermill Open Day

    Sun 1 Sept, 2.30pm-5.30pm. See the mill in action, riverside walk and "Where's Ratty" game for children. Read more

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