Cambourne Little Bugs (Autumn Series)

Child with bucket Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION

Child with bucket Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION

Cambourne Little Bugs (Autumn Series)

This funded programme of sociable sessions is for toddlers and their parents and carers. It aims to support families with ideas around exploring nature with their children.

Event details

Meeting point

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


A static map of Cambourne Little Bugs (Autumn Series)

About the event

Join Wildlife Adventurer Becca Badger for a series of strolls around Cambourne Nature Reserve, and some simple outdoor activities for toddlers. The sessions are designed to support the wellbeing of the adults, as well as provide activities and resources to engage children in outdoor nature-related activities.

This programme of small-group, pre-school sessions, is for families with children from 18 months to 4 years old.

In order to keep group sizes small, each adult may only bring 2 toddlers  (younger siblings are welcome)

This programme is a block of 5 weekly sessions, starting 24th Sept on Friday mornings, 9.30-11am.



The cost of this programme is covered by our funders, so is 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 sign up as a learner with the centre, and you will also need to attend the majority of the sessions.

Suitable for

Families, Children

Know before you go


Guide dogs only


The majority of paths around Cambourne Nature Reserve are flat and accessible. We will stick to buggy-friendly routes.

Wheelchair access


What to bring

We try to embrace rain and mud so please ensure adults and children are dressed for the weather, and have sturdy shoes like trainers or boots. Long trousers and long sleeves are advised in all weather, to avoid scratches, stings and sunburn. We will take a break part way round the walk, possibly sitting on the ground, so please bring a drink and snack. We can supply something to sit on, but you may prefer to bring a picnic blanket. We like to encourage exploration and the children may collect natural materials along the way. Please bring a small container (like a sand-castle bucket) to enable this.

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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