Cambridge Past, Present & Future is Cambridge's independent charity that cares for its heritage and green spaces. Even a small gift can help protect spaces for history and nature in Cambridge.

Our country parks and reserves at Wandlebury and Coton, the windmill at Bourn, the watermill at Hinxton and the Leper Chapel in Cambridge city are enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people, supported by their local communities and more than 100 volunteers every year.

Our warden team and office staff work hard to protect and conserve our woodland, meadows, fields and hedges, to open up the green spaces and historic sites to as many people as possible through events and education and to enrich the land we look after for nature.

Our charity also scrutinises and influences planning applications throughout Greater Cambridge to make sure that development is as sustainable as possible.

The charity does not receive any statutory funding from central government or local councils to fund our work so we are solely reliant on donations, memberships, grants and gifts to fund all the work we do every year.

Your gift will immediately make a difference to green spaces and heritage in Cambridge.