Hoverfly on wild rose by Rebecca Neal

Hoverfly on wild rose by Rebecca Neal

Cambourne "Wildlife Strolls" Course

A short informal course of three sociable walks for adults with a wildlife theme, around Cambourne Nature Reserve

Event details

Meeting point

Cambourne Nature Reserve car park off School Lane, between Fenbridge and Quidditch Lane


A static map of Cambourne "Wildlife Strolls" Course

About the event

This series of three small-group, informal walks for adults around Cambourne Nature Reserve is led by the Wildlife Trust for Beds, Cambs and Northants’ Communities and Wildlife Officer, Rebecca Neal. We will have a sociable, gentle stroll, and discuss whatever wildlife we come across.

This programme is only available as a block of three sessions and runs on Wednesday afternoon on 19th May, 9th June and 21st July



The cost of this programme is covered by our funders and so is FREE to participants

Additional booking information

This programme is delivered in partnership with Comberton Adult Education and they are handling the bookings. Please contact them using the email above.

Suitable for

Adults, Beginners

Know before you go


Guide dogs only


Paths around Cambourne Nature Reserve are mostly flat and accessible. We can adapt the route to suit the group.

Wheelchair access


What to bring

We try not to be put off by the weather! Long sleeves and long trousers are recommended to avoid bites, stings and scratches, as well as sturdy shoes that you don't mind getting muddy.

Parking information

The carpark is public and spaces cannot be guaranteed. Please consider parking at Morrisons nearby

Contact us

Rebecca Neal
Contact number: 07894 599020

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