We care about Cambridge and its green landscape

Visitor Information Wandlebury

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Location: Wandlebury Ring,Gog Magog Hills, Cambridge

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

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?

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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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We need your support

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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Work for us

We're recruiting for a Principal Planning Officer (part-time) and a Fundraising Manager (full-time). Find out more and apply.

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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: Mary Nealon

Meet the CEO

Meet CambridgePPF CEO James Littlewood. This event is aimed at new members and will give you an overview of the charity's operations, appeals and campaigns. Your chance to put your questions to James.

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Author: Mary Nealon

Location: Online

Printable Spring Trail for Young Explorers

Download your free printable Spring Trail for Young Explorers here.

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Author: Mary Nealon

No need to destroy greenbelt with South East Busway

Instead of damaging the green belt, could the South East Cambridge Busway be routed along a disused railway line?

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Author: James Littlewood

Great places for picnics

Wandlebury Estate, Coton Countryside Reserve. Hinxton Watermill

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Author: Mary Nealon

Is there a better way from Cambourne to Cambridge?

Is it a £157m bus road which will permanently damage the landscape, ecology and villages? Or is it an in-bound bus lane and bus-priority measures next to the road which enables bus users to avoid congestion?

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Author: James Littlewood

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

  • Meet the CEO

    Meet CambridgePPF CEO James Littlewood. This event is aimed at new members and will give you an overview of the charity's operations, appeals and campaigns. Your chance to put your questions to James. Read more

  • Jazz in the Park

    Sunday 8 August 3-5.30pm. Jazz at Wandlebury Country Park with the Duxford Saturday Workshop Jazz Band. Bring a picnic and enjoy an afternoon of live music in the open air, with a beautiful backdrop 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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