In order to reach as many members of the community as possible, we have developed a number of partnerships with some local organisations and businesses. If you would like to know more about it, please contact us.

We have partnered up with The Red Hen Project to deliver our projects around the community in North Cambridge.

North Cambridge Community Partnership (NCCP) is a merger of the King’s Hedges Neighbourhood Partnership and the Arbury Community Partnership. NCCP aims to carry forward the legacy of these organisations and the people who made it. We have partnered up with NCCP to establish a new Toy Library in the Arbury/King’s Hedges area and develop our activities further.

In order to share our events and activities as well as our experiences and goals, we have created a partnership with Transition Cambridge  a local organisation that “aims to help Cambridge make the transition to ways of life that are more resilient in the face of rising energy prices and a changing climate”.

Cambridge Carbon Footprint works to raise awareness of climate change issues and to support people in moving to low-carbon living. They are helping us with the setting up of our first toy repair café.

Full Circle is a Cambridge-based business that has one core aim; to help you help the planet by offering a range of products that have been sourced with great care and include items that are plastic free, reusable, sustainable, ethical and free from animal products. You can read more about them on their website –

We have partnered up with Outspoken! Cycles and arranged for our transport needs across the city with this fantastic locally based family friendly company.

The Little Gym Cambridge: The Little Gym Cambridge has provided us with space to have a permanent Toy Bank drop-off point in their premises.


Lost Adventurers Photography: Local business sponsoring the Toy Swap Shop on 16th February.

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