Come and join us on a guided walk around Wandlebury Country Park on Tuesday 19 June at 2.30pm.
Cam Sight and Cambridge Past, Present and Future have been chosen to benefit from Chariots of Fire rely race in September. To celebrate this wonderful opportunity for both charities, Cambridge PPF have organised a guided walk for visually impaired people around the country park led by Head Ranger, Jon Gibbs.
Wandlebury is a welcome retreat for walkers and nature lovers. With 110 acres of beautiful woods and chalk grassland and the remains of a 5th Century BC Iron Age Hill Fort. The walk will be a leisurely paced stroll for all abilities, taking in the woods and grasslands on the gentle Gog Magog Hills just south of Cambridge.
Cambridge PPF work to keep Cambridge and its surroundings special and manage the Green spaces and historic buildings in its care. The meeting place is in front of their office, on the patio at the main building.
If you are arriving by car, the visitor car park is at the main entrance as signposted off the A1307 (£2.50 parking charge which directly contributes to looking after the park; Cambridge PPF members free).
There is a disabled car park in the Ring, sign-posted from the main car park – follow the tarmac drive to the Stable Block (parking free if badge displayed).
By bus, use the Stagecoach Citiplus X13 and X13a service between Cambridge & Haverhill. It is also possible to use the Park & Ride bus to the Babraham Road Park & Ride site and walk up the hill.
The walk is free. Companions and guide dogs are welcome.
For more information on Wandlebury Country Park please see http://cambridgeppf.org/wandlebury-country-park.shtml
Please contact Becky at Cam Sight on 01223 420033 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.