Chief Executive
James Littlewood

James provides leadership of the charity, driving its strategic direction and achievement of its charitable objectives.

James has delegated authority for day-day running of the charity and reports to the Board of Trustees.

Chief Executive
James Littlewood

James provides leadership of the charity, driving its strategic direction and achievement of its charitable objectives.

James has delegated authority for day-day running of the charity and reports to the Board of Trustees.

Chief Executive
James Littlewood

James provides leadership of the charity, driving its strategic direction and achievement of its charitable objectives.

Planning Officer
Sarah Nicholas

Sarah is our Principal Planning Officer and she works with and supports our Planning Committee, Heritage Watch Group and other relevant individuals, organisations

Finance & Operations
Ceri Littlechild

Ceri is responsible for day-to-day management of the charity’s finances, HR, office and IT functions.

Through our Land Agent, she is also responsible for the repairs to investment properties and their letting.

Countryside Manager
Ed Wombwell

Ed Wombwell is responsible for the day-to-day management of Wandlebury Country Park, Coton Countryside Reserve, Bourn Windmill, Hinxton Watermill, Leper Chapel and other Cambridge Past, Present & Future managed green spaces.

Funaraising
Manager
Camila Iturra

Camila looks after fundraising for the charity and is always happy to hear from members, donors, patrons and legators. If you would like to discuss your giving, please get in touch.

Events & Education
Nicola Mclaughlin

Nicola organises events, school visits and manages all venue and private bookings. She also supports the day to day running of the office at Cambridge Past, Present & Future, leads membership administration and helps visitors with their enquiries.

Memberships &
Comms Manager
Louise Palmer

Louise looks after our growing membership and heading up our communications team.

She is always delighted to hear from members, volunteers and supporters.

River Cam Can
Officer
Penelope Chaney


Penelope manages the River Cam CAN (Climate Action through Nature) Project. Over 2 years it will deliver work on behalf of the Cambridge Nature Network and other local partner organisation

Wardens James Allsop, Hannah Warren, Thev Cram & Jess Norris

Our team of wardens is responsible for carrying out day-day operations relating to visitor and habitat management of Wandlebury Country Park, Coton Countryside Reserve and the other sites owned and managed by Cambridge Past, Present & Future.