Trumpington Meadows Community Engagement

Centres of Activity

Trumpington Meadows Community Engagement

Trumpington Meadows - Martin Baker

Inspiring people

The overall aim of community engagement activity at Trumpington Meadows is…. inspire people about the natural world on their doorstep, providing opportunities to learn, experience and take action for wildlife.

Our objectives are:

To provide the public with the opportunity to enjoy and learn about local wildlife and the Wildlife Trust.

To provide opportunities for local people to develop understanding and skills that will benefit local wildlife.

To provide opportunities for people to take action through a co-ordinated volunteer programme.

To raise the profile of the Wildlife Trust, promote the Trust’s reputation and engage new audiences.

To generate new members for the Trust

Schools and Groups

Schools and other groups can book a visit to the nature reserve. Our team also visit schools. At Trumpington we specialise in short (1-2 hour) sessions for KS1 & 2, although we welcome enquiries from all ages . These can be Ranger-led or self-guided.



We organise and run events for all ages, such as guided walks  (bat walks, mammal walks and dawn chorus) or hands-on activities (wildlife gardening, insect days).


Local community

We offer outreach in the local community— giving talks, attending fairs and community events—working closely with local partners (history groups, residents associations, parish councils, allotments and orchards etc). 


Please check our volunteering page for opportunities to volunteer at Trumpington Meadows.

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