Silver-washed fritillary - Gamlingay Wood NR - Sarah Lambert
Pegsdon Hills - Robert Enderby
Local school children cut and collect growing tree saplings - Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION
We have taken the difficult decision to close car parks to our nature reserves wherever we can. However, the majority of our nature reserves remain open with free access. If you intend on visiting any of our nature reserves in order to take your one-form of exercise a day (e.g. running, walking), please follow Government guidance and only visit those you can reach by foot . Please abide by the Government advice on social distancing, which can be found here and our Reserve Access Guidelines.
Beds reserves Cambs reserves Northants reserves
A small yet impressive wood of majestic beeches
Cambridgeshire's second largest wood is over 900 years old!
A magical ancient woodland, perfect for a visit any time of year
Fine ancient woodland, carpeted with oxlips, bluebells and violets in the spring