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Double the wildlife fun this year with CambridgePPF membership and Shepreth Wildlife Park


By Ben Comber


21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Meerkats. Picture: Keith Heppell
21/07/16 Shepreth Wildlife Park, Meerkats. Picture: Keith Heppell

Join Cambridge Past, Present and Future and get free tickets to Shepreth Wildlife Park.

Shepreth Wildlife Park is joining heritage charity Cambridge Past, Present and Future (CambridgePPF) to help boost membership.

You can join CambridgePPF now and get free entry tickets to Shepreth Wildlife Park, two for a family membership and one for a single membership.

Lorna Gough, Development Assistant at CambridgePPF said “Parents looking for ways to entertain their children at weekends and during school holidays will receive a double bonus when taking out a family membership of CambridgePPF. Time spent at Wandlebury Park, Coton Reserve, and the events that CambridgePPF run, are perfect for keeping children happy and active in the open air.

“Not only are members able to park at Wandlebury Park free of charge, on every visit, all year round, they also receive discounts at some of our events and activities and on venue hire, they will also be able to use their free tickets to visit the wonderful Shepreth Wildlife Park free of charge. With family membership at only £35 (and individual £25) this is an attractive offer”.

Membership of CambridgePPF supports the charity’s work to keep Cambridge special, retaining and conserving green spaces in and around the city, looking after historic buildings in its care, including The Leper Chapel in Newmarket Road, Hinxton Watermill and Bourn Windmill. It also seeks to influence local planning issues about future development in the city. Much of its work is undertaken with the help of many willing volunteers, ensuring that Cambridge and the surrounding area are well maintained providing a good environment for future generations.

More information can be found on CambridgePPF’s website.



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