• Paradise


    Paradise LNR is located SW of Sheep’s Green and Lammas Land Recreation Ground on the west bank of the River Cam.

  • West Pit

    West Pit

    The undulating terrain of West Pit LNR is unique to Cambridge’s usually flat landscape.

  • Barnwell West

    Barnwell West

    Barnwell West provides an important wildlife corridor along Coldham’s Brook and is used by a variety of birds including Kingfishers and Nightingales.

  • Nine Wells Winter

    Nine Wells

    Nine Wells is a historically important site containing several chalk springs, which form the source of the Hobson Conduit.

  • Logans

    Logan’s Meadow

    Logan's Meadow is a small site located next to the River Cam and is an oasis for nature within a recently developed area of the city.

  • Byron's Pool

    Byron’s Pool

    This pleasant woodland site offers a lovely circular walk next to the River Cam where Kingfishers and Grey Wagtails can be seen on the weir.

  • Barnwell East

    Barnwell East

    Barnwell East was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 1992 following demands for the site to be developed for football pitches and housing.

  • Barnwell East

    Stourbridge Common

    This extensive riverside floodplain forms an important part of an East Cambridge wildlife corridor, linking a range of habitats from the Cherry Hinton Chalk Pits to the...

  • Bramblefields


    Bramblefields provides an idyllic haven in the midst of a residential area.

  • Coldhams Common

    Coldhams Common

    At 40 acres Coldhams Common is one of the largest green spaces in Cambridge.

  • Sheep's Coe

    Sheep’s Green and Coe Fen

    Sheeps's Green and Coe Fen are situated in the West of the city and were both traditional grazing sites.

The Reserves