Chatteris

Chatteris is a lovely market town, nestling in the Cambridgeshire Fens and a great place to visit. It holds many delights include a museum (exhibits include bronze age weapons) and beautiful flower displays for the Town in bloom competitions displays. Chatteris, like many Fen towns use to be an island before the Fens were drained. It is reported that Chatteris was the last refuge for Boudica.

Chatteris Little Acre Pocket Park Nature Trail

Date and Time: 19th June 2021, 10am – 4pm.

Place: Little Acre Fen – Pocket Park off of Wood Street, Cambridgeshire, The Fens.

Cost: Free.

Booking: Please book in advance by contacting Ian Mason by email chatterismuseum@tiscali.co.uk or phone 07979 334833.

Other information: Groups of six to be given a narrated tour of park to view landscaping and planting with a FLAPP guide by prior arrangement. The area is wheelchair accessible, but it is open terrain and we have a made footpath route through the park.

Fascinating Fens Values: The event/activity includes the themes of nature and wellbeing.

Friends of Little Acre Pocket Park (FLAPP): Little Acre Fen Pocket Park is located off West Street in Chatteris. The land is owned by Chatteris Town Council. The Friends work together as a community group to help the park grow and flourish.

Chatteris Museum: Visit Chatteris Museum on Saturdays also, it is free to enter (donations welcome), open 10am -1pm, please see their website http://www.chatterismuseum.org.uk

Nearby: Stonea Camp, visit the site and information boards, for this Iron age Hill fort.