Cambourne Wild Babies (Autumn Series)

Cygnets by Jon Hawkins- Surrey Hills Photography

Cygnets by Jon Hawkins- Surrey Hills Photography

Cambourne Wild Babies (Autumn Series)

Get outside, get social, and look after yourself! This funded programme of small-group, outdoor and sociable sessions is aimed at parents or carers of babies up-to 18 months.

Event details

Meeting point

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


A static map of Cambourne Wild Babies (Autumn Series)

About the event

The costs of these sessions are covered by our funder. They are free to participants and must be booked as a block of 5.

Join Wildlife Adventurer Rebecca Neal for a series of strolls around Cambourne Nature Reserve, and some simple outdoor activities for adults. The aim of this programme is to support parents and carers of babies up to 18 months to access their local green space, learn about wildlife, and improve their well-being.

The activities are designed for adults, so all accompanying children need to be under 18 months and pre-walking.

In order to keep the group small, each adult may only bring a maximum of two babies.

This programme is a block of 5 weekly sessions, starting 22nd Sept on Wednesday mornings, 9.30-11.30am.




The cost of these sessions are covered by our funders, so are free to participants

Additional booking information

This programme is delivered in partnership with Comberton Adult Education Centre and they are handling the bookings. Please contact them using the email above. In order for the trust to access the funding, you will be asked to fill out some paperwork to enroll as a learner with the college. You will also need to attend the majority of the sessions.

Suitable for

Families, Adults

Know before you go


Guide dogs only


There are many flat and accessible paths around Cambourne Nature Reserve. We will be walking on buggy-friendly routes.

Wheelchair access


What to bring

Please bring your baby in a sling, or pushchair/buggy so you are free to take part in the walk and activities. You will need outdoor clothes and sturdy shoes as we will try very hard to not be put off by the weather! We may sit on the ground whilst out. We can provide something to sit on, but you may choose to bring your own picnic blanket.

Parking information

The car park is open to the public and spaces cannot be guaranteed. Please consider parking at Morrisons nearby (this is the closest toilets)

Bicycle parking


Contact us

Rebecca Neal
Contact number: 07894 599020

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