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

Visitor Information Wandlebury

Find out about opening hours and onsite facilities

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Location: Wandlebury Ring,Gog Magog Hills, Cambridge

20% off membership for Friends of Botanic Garden

Join now for £21.60 and help us and our partners at the Botanic Garden care for Cambridge's green spaces.

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Join as a member today to add your support to caring for local green spaces and heritage in Cambridge - park for free at Wandlebury all year.

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Amount raised: £53,671.36

"Cambridge Past, Present & Future look 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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Cambridge Nature Network

A nature recovery network for the Cambridge area

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Our achievements in 2021

Watch a short film about what Cambridge Past, Present & Future achieved over the last year

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Visitor Information Leper Chapel

Opening times, directions and facilities.

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Location: Barnwell Junction,Newmarket Road, Cambridge

Visitor Information Hinxton Watermill

Opening times, directions and facilities.

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Location: Hinxton Watermill,Mill lane, Hinxton, Cambridge

Project to Save Bourn Windmill

The windmill is at risk of collapse. An urgent project is underway to save and restore it. Please donate now!

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Author: James Littlewood

Activities & events

  • Volunteer Work Party - Coton

    Tue 25 Jan, 10.30am - 1pm at Coton Countryside Reserve. Help care for wildlife habitats whilst you get active, meet others and enjoy learning. Read more

  • Plant a Tree at Wandlebury

    Sat 29 Jan, 10.30am-1pm at Wandlebury Country Park. Help the planet by planting trees to create a new area of woodland. Read more

  • Plant a Tree at Wandlebury

    Tues 1 Feb, 10.30am-1pm at Wandlebury Country Park. Help the planet by planting trees to create a new area of woodland. Read more

Latest news

  • Annual General Meeting Update 2021

    Watch a new short film about what Cambridge Past, Present & Future achieved in 2020-21 Read more

  • 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