Milton Country Park is managed by Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust, a registered charity established for the creation and operation of a multi-sports lake & park in Cambridgeshire. At Milton Country Park the trust works closely with community, business, schools and charity groups to create inclusive access to outdoor sport, leisure and education. As the park receives no regular external funding we rely on the support and generosity of visitors and local partnerships. Your donations can make a huge difference to the park's future, to the quality of its facilities, and to the opportunities we can provide our visitors.
How to donate
We use JustGiving as a secure and trusted way of fundraising. Donations can be a one-off amount, a monthly direct debit or as a means of collecting sponsorship for an event or activity. By donating through JustGiving it also allows us to benefit from Gift Aid meaning your donations can go a little further.
Where will your money go?
Money donated through the Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust JustGiving page will only go towards the general upkeep and maintenance costs of Milton Country Park. Although Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust have wider aims to build a new sport lake adjacent to the park this is a seperate project and the Trust currently restricts donations made through JustGiving so that they are used solely for the benefit of the park.
Can a donation be used for something more specific?
Yes it is possible to donate money for a particular project or item such as a memorial bench or tree or sponsoring a specific area. Please get in touch and we will be happy to discuss this in more detail.
Other ways to support the park
There are many other ways you can help support Milton Country Park.
- The car park fee is an important source of income for the park and every ticket goes directly towards the upkeep of the park. If you are a regular visitor it's well worth buying a parking permit and it's now possible to purchase this online.
- The café, although not run directly by the park, does give a proportion of its income to its upkeep and so treating yourself to a cup of coffee and a slice of cake does help support us!
- Coming along to events and activities, many of which are run by staff and volunteers, and are an important part of the work we do.
- Hiring the facilities - the Visitor Centre and Wild Place are available to hire for corporate sessions and birthday parties and the orchard can also be reserved for a donation. There are plenty of flexible options. Please see our hiring information or get in touch for anything not listed in the information.