Cambridge University Botanic Garden Offer

Cambridge University Botanic Garden Offer

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We have teamed up with our friends at the Cambridge University Botanic Garden to offer our members a 20% discount on becoming a Friend of the Garden.

Creating 40 acres of green space in the heart of Cambridge, Cambridge University Botanic Garden supports plant science and conservation, while our heritage listed landscape offers interest to visitors throughout the year.

The Cambridge University Botanical Garden's collection of 8,000 plant species includes rare and endangered plants from all over the world. Whether you are interested in plant science, are seeking inspiration for your garden, or are looking for a relaxing place to visit with friends and family, there’s something for everyone. Find out more about the Cambridge University Botanic Garden on their website

CUBG is delighted to offer BCN Wildlife Trust members the opportunity to join the Friends of CUBG at a special discounted rate. Friends of the Botanic Garden enjoy free entry, exclusive events, trips, tours and talks, and regular updates and news from the Garden. Please note that children 16 and under enter the Garden for free, and so there is no Family membership option. Find out more and how to join the Friends of CUBG

Terms and Conditions Apply 

All Wildlife Trust BCN members can enjoy this offer, so if you are not a member already do join us.

Join Us to get your Discount Code 

Already have your discount code? Use it here:

Sign up to the CU Botanic Garden Friends Offer

 

If you are a member and haven't received or can't find your code our membership team are always happy to help

Email: Membership@wildlifebcn.org

Tel: 01954 713500

You can also reach the Friends of CUBG Team by emailing friends@botanic.cam.ac.uk
 

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A wide range of insects pollinate our plants, from beetles to hoverflies. Image: Vaughn Matthews