Cambridge Past, Present & Future

Cambridge Past, Present & Future

Local charity, with a growing membership, dedicated to protecting the amenties, green spaces, historic buildings, character and setting of Cambridge.

Telephone: 01223 243 830
Address: Wandlebury Ring, Gog Magog Hills, Babraham
Postcode: CB22 3AE
Country: United Kingdom
Website: https://www.cambridgeppf.org/
Membership type:Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)

Local charity, with a growing membership, dedicated to protecting the amenties, green spaces, historic buildings, character and setting of Cambridge. Campaigns on planning issues, looks after two major green spaces (Wandlebury Country Park and Coton Countryside Reserve) and a number of historic sites, runs environmental education events and activities.

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Keeping Cambridge special: event focuses on city’s spaces and streets

Join Cambridge PPF and others on Saturday to discuss how Cambridge can address the challenge of having more people moving around the city in ways that enhance our quality of life and preserve the city’s heritage.

9 January 2018Read in full

Orchard talk and wassailing at Wandlebury this weekend

Visit Wandlebury Country Park this Saturday (17 January) and join Cambridge Past, Present & Future and Cambridge Storytellers for an afternoon packed full of family-fun.

14 January 2015Read in full

Learn winter tree identification at Wandlebury

Learn winter tree identification at Wandlebury

Have you ever struggled to spot a Spruce or overlooked an Oak? Maybe you can't tell the difference between conkers and roast chestnuts?

9 December 2014Read in full

CambridgePPF signs Statement of Common Ground with local councils

Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) – the charity working to keep Cambridge special – has announced that ahead of the Examination in Public of the Local Plans, it signed a Statement of Common Ground with Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council (SCDC).

6 November 2014Read in full

Pevsner Cambridgeshire

Join CambridgePPF for guided walk, AGM and architectural talk

Join Cambridge Past Present & Future (CambridgePPF) next Wednesday (15th October) for an informative evening at Michaelhouse Café on Trinity Street in Cambridge. This year, the charity’s AGM will begin at 5:30pm with a guided walk around the city centre kindly led by Conservation Officers from Cambridge City Council.

9 October 2014Read in full

Find out about future of Coton Countryside Reserve

Find out about future of Coton Countryside Reserve

Join Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) for an open evening next Tuesday (30 September) at Coton Village Hall. Meet the charity’s properties team and listen to their vision for the future development of Coton Countryside Reserve – a 300-acre site, located just a few miles west of Cambridge, which offers quiet recreational opportunities for local people.

25 September 2014Read in full

Charity celebrates 60 years of Wandlebury with history day

Charity celebrates 60 years of Wandlebury with history day

Head to the Gog Magog Hills on Saturday 4 October and join Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) for ‘Wonderful Wandlebury’ – a family fun day that celebrates an important milestone in the history of the city’s original country park.

25 September 2014Read in full

Cambridge PPF pop up cafe

Head to Wandlebury to experience sweet treats at pop up café

Visitors to Wandlebury will be in for a real treat if they visit the park over the Bank Holiday weekend (Sunday 24 and Monday 25 August). Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) – the charity that owns and manages the site – is organising a pop up café, which will be open for business from 10:30am to 4:30pm.

15 August 2014Read in full

Wandlebury Country Park named as one of the best in Britain

Wandlebury Country Park near Cambridge is one of the very best in the UK - and that’s official, as Keep Britain Tidy announces a record-breaking number of award-winning parks and green spaces for 2014.

30 July 2014Read in full

The opening of a new bridge at Coton Countryside Reserve

Charity opens new access route into Coton Countryside Reserve

Local conservation charity Cambridge Past, Present & Future (CambridgePPF) this weekend celebrated the opening of a crucial new access route from Coton village into Coton Countryside Reserve. More than 60 people gathered to mark the occasion, which included a ribbon cutting ceremony for a footbridge that the charity has replaced.

23 June 2014Read in full

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