Welcome to the Trumpington Meadows Community website.
This website is intended for the community of the Trumpington Meadows development in Trumpington, Cambridge, UK with the aim of enhancing community life through reliable communication to all residents. We believe that all sections of our community have a positive contribution to make and we hope to represent the interests of all local residents and businesses in an efficient, fair and responsible way. We hope to encourage new residents to join and play an active role in our community. Please look out for Trumpington Meadows Community meetings, all are welcome to attend!
Trumpington Meadows is a new development of homes situated less than 3 miles from Cambridge city centre in the village of Trumpington. Located on the southwest side of Cambridge city, bordering Cherry Hinton to the east, Grantchester to the west and Great Shelford and Little Shelford to the southeast, Trumpington has a thriving community that is rapidly changing. Learn more about the county of Trumpington by visiting the Trumpington Residents’ Association website and the Cambridge City Council website.
Trumpington Meadows is close to Cambridge City Centre and offers a growing and active community, modern housing, schooling and local businesses. There is a primary school (Trumpington Meadows Primary) and Sainsbury Local located in the development. Transport links are provided by regular bus services to Cambridge and the train station, airports and destinations further afield from the convenient Trumpington Park & Ride bus stop. There are some excellent cycle ways and a 148-acre scenic country park that is managed by The Wildlife Trust.
The country park is a spacious expanse of flowering meadows, riverside, woodland, hedgerow and parkland. This expansive nature reserve and country park sits alongside the River Cam and Byron’s Pool Local Nature Reserve. The country park is a place created for wildlife and for people to enjoy nature, explore diverse habitats and wander by the river and through flower-filled meadows. There is a Wildlife Trust office and garden, allotments, and a range of interpretation features and hand carved nature sculptures throughout the country park.
The area is built on a history of culture thanks to its connection to the river (where Lord Byron once swam) and nearby Grantchester – once home to poet Rupert Brooke and frequented by writers, intellectuals and scientists. Grantchester Meadows is a short walk from Trumpington Meadows and makes for a beautiful stroll to Newnham and Cambridge city.
Learn how you can get involved and stay up-to-date with the latest community developments and website news by visiting the Community Links section of the website.