About the meadow
Sudbury Meadow is a two acre site situated next to the River Great Ouse in St Neots. The site consists of a wildlife meadow and garden area, with a wheelchair-friendly path running through it.
It is managed by the Friends of Sudbury Meadow on behalf of Huntingdonshire District Council.
You can find lots of information about the site on the Friends of Sudbury Meadow website.
If you would like to report an urgent matter or problem about Sudbury Meadow, please telephone the rangers at Paxton Pits Nature Reserve on 01480 406795.
A small volunteer group look after Sudbury Meadow, with the support of Huntingdonshire District Council. They spend time tending to the flower beds in the garden area and the wildlife meadow behind it. Practical tasks can include pruning, digging and mowing.
If you would like further information, please contact Russell Taylor (Volunteer Co-Ordinator), download an application form [DOCX, 63Kb] here or pick up an application form from the Visitor Centre at Hinchingbrooke Country Park or Paxton Pits Nature Reserve.