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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

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.

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Author: Mary Nealon

Target amount: £50,000.00

Amount raised: £8,007.10

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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

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