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  1. Beechwoods Local Nature Reserve

    Wort's Causeway, Cambridge

    Details on https://www.wildlifebcn.org/reserves/beechwoods

  2. RSPB Cambridge Members Group

    St Johns Church, Hills Road, Cambridge,

    Social group for anyone interested in birds, wildlife and conservation. Evening meetings with speakers are held from January to May and September to December, field trips to nature reserves are run throughout the year. We also raise money for the

  3. Let's Go Punting

    Landing Stage, Thompsons Lane, Cambridge,

    Let’s Go Punting is a small, independent company offering Top-Rated Cambridge Punting Tours along the College Backs. Punting is ‘the ideal way’ to see the riverside colleges in both comfort & style. Our 45-50 minute return

  4. Beekeeping Beginners

    St Ivo Academy, High Leys, St Ives

    Sat; 7 March 202010:00am to 3:00pm

    Learn how to set up your own apiary, care for a colony of bees and extract honey. You will gain practical experience of handling bees. Please note course runs over two days, Saturday and Sunday. The practical bee handling takes place later in the

  5. BBC Children in Need 'Punt-a-thon'

    La Mimosa Landing Stage, Cambridge

    Sat; 2 November 20198:00am to 8:00pm

    Let’s Go Punting and the Traditional Punting Company are now taking bookings for a 12 hour-long Cambridge ‘Punt-a-thon’ organised in aid of BBC Children in Need who help change children’s lives across the UK. The fundraising

  6. Isleham Local Nature Reserve

    Isleham, Ely

    The rich grassland is lined either side with hedgerows consisting of species such as field hawthorn, dogwood and wild privet. The site is a disused railway line, closed in the 1960's. Adjacent to the LNR is a large field, also owned by

  7. Mare Fen Local Nature Reserve

    Swavesey

    This 17 hectare site is a large expanse of permanent pasture lying in the floodplain of the River Great Ouse used for summer grazing for cattle or sheep. Grassland like this was once common in the Ouse Valley, but the reserve is now one of the

  8. Kingston and Bourn Old Railway Local Nature Reserve

    Nearest postcode CB23 2TT. Please note that the nature reserve is east of the golf course and this is not the entrance to the nature reserve.

    This small (1.97 hectares) site lies on part of the old Bedford to Cambridge railway line. The reserve is situated adjacent to the B1046 Bourn - Toft road, approximately 1 mile west of Toft. The grassland provides a good habitat for butterflies and

  9. Worts Meadow Local Nature Reserve

    Landbeach

    This site is located in the village of Landbeach at the junction of the High Street and Cockfen Lane, on a parcel of land immediately north of Worts Farm. Worts Meadow is a former mediaeval settlement site, with a surviving homestead moat and fish

  10. Somersham Local Nature Reserve

    Station Approach, Somersham, Huntingdon

    Somersham Local Nature Reserve (LNR) is a wonderful example of how nature reclaims places if left alone. This is part of the railway line from Cambridge to March, built in 1848 for the transport of coal and agricultural produce before closing in 1967