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The Great Fen is an ambitious 50 year partnership project to link two National Nature Reserves, Woodwalton Fen and Holme Fen, and create a 14 square mile living landscape for wildlife and people. The five partners are the Wildlife Trust, Natural England, Huntingdonshire District Council, The Environment Agency and the Middle Level Commissioners.
The Great Fen Education and Community Team is based at the Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre at Ramsey Heights. The team organise events including rambles, talks and family events and host groups including schools and community groups at the Countryside Centre and other parts of the Great Fen. The work of team is with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund and BGL Group.
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The Manor House, Broad Street, Great Cambourne, CB23 6DH
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