History of Christ’s Pieces

When Jesus College conveyed Christ’s Pieces to the Borough in 1886 one of the principal stipulations was that the land should be maintained as a public open space in perpetuity and that no buildings should be erected on it.

About Us

CPRA is a group of people committed to maintaining Cambridge City Centre and South Kite in a way that makes them a pleasant place to live and work.       Click on:  CPRA Constitution – to open and read.

Green Flag Award

CHRIST’SPieces has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the country.

The city centre park, which is managed by Cambridge City Council, received the prestigious Green Flag Award.

This international award, run by the environmentalcharity Keep Britain Tidy, is now in its third decade, and indicates that parks or open spaces boast the highest possible environmental standards, are well maintained and have excellent facilities for visitors.