Weekly update – 16th September

Thanks for reading our weekly update! This week we announce our 2016 Annual General Meeting and our new mailing address. We are also looking for volunteers for upcoming stall bike events.

  • Annual General Meeting (6th December)
  • New mailing address
  • Volunteers needed for stall bike events
  • Current consultations
  • Upcoming events

Annual General Meeting

Please lock 6 December in your diary for our Annual General Meeting. We will start at 8pm at the Friends' Meeting House and there will be tea & coffee beforehand. There will be a full announcement in our upcoming edition of 'Camcycle'.
The AGM is where we elect our Board of Trustees for the coming year. Have you thought about nomination? If you would like to find out more please get in touch.


New mailing address

We have changed our mailing address. Please ensure you update your records and address books. The new address is:


Bike Depot

140 Cowley Road



Volunteers for stall bike events

We will have our stall bike at the following events are we are looking for volunteers to help out. It is an enjoyable thing to do as you get to talk to other interested cyclists and help promote our good cause. You will also have time to enjoy the festival. Our stall bike is looking nice too with a new banner and merchandise to sell. Please reply to this email if you would like to help out.

Cherry Hinton Festival (16 September)

Milton Autumn Festival (25 September)

Don't forget these consultations:

Chisholm Trail Phase 1 planning application

Mitcham's Corner Redevelopment (Closes 17 October)

City Deal Peak Time congestion proposals (Closes 10 October)


Upcoming events

See our campaign diary online

17 September: Cherry Hinton Festival – We will have our stall bike there

25 September: Milton Autumn Festival – We will have our stall bike there

4 October: Monthly Campaign Meeting – Our guest speaker will be Nic Fox from Velo Sister

1 November: Monthly Campaign Meeting

6 December: Annual General Meeting


In the News

Don't forget to read this week’s 'Life in the cycling lane' written by our Chair, Robin Heydon for Cambridge News.


Using Cyclescape

If you are having issues accessing the Cyclescape discussions please see the guidance here. Existing Camcycle members will need to register for Cyclescape the first time they use it.