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Coton Loves Pollinators is a grassroots project which was set up by a group of Coton residents to enhance the village of Coton and the 300 acres of the Coton Countryside Reserve for pollinators.
Coton Loves Pollinators is working with a range of partners in the local community to deliver our goals. These include local businesses, private landowners, farmers, MOD/Barton Rifle Range, as well as Coton Garden and Allotment society, Coton Primary School, Coton church and the conservation charity Cambridge Past, Present and Future.
Coton Loves Pollinators is an example of a whole community coming together to encourage and enhance biodiversity in our midst and to demonstrate how we can ALL help pollinators.


  1. Ben Greig says:

    Hi there, we are a Cambridge-based pollinator-friendly planting group. I just found out about you and thought we must have common aims. I am helping to organise a Cambridge PPF work party on Sat 22nd Feb at Wandlebury with the specific aim of improving the roadside verge for flowers. See
    Would you be able to help? Max is 12 people, sorry no children. More details on the PPF page. Hope to hear from you.Best wishes Ben

    • Dear Ben, Sorry I have only just seen your message. We are working closely with CPPF on this project. It would be great to meet you – I will see if we can come along on the 22nd February at Wandlebury but it is half term so I am not sure of our plans yet. If not, perhaps we could meet to learn more about what you are doing. My email is

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