Weekly update – 24th February

Leafleting

In our update this week:

  • Milton Road campaigning
  • Hire bikes coming to Cambridge
  • Cam Lakes Project
  • Newsletter
  • Events
  • In the news

Milton Road campaigning

We had a successful leafleting event at the Milton Road Co-op near Arbury Road on Sunday to promote our proposals for a 'Do-optimum' approach.

We hope to do further events along Milton Road and at the Science Park. Please get in touch if you would like to help at future events. Cyclescape 3024

 

Hire bikes coming to Cambridge

Ofo, China's largest bike-sharing operator, are planning to bring hundreds of bright yellow hire bikes to Cambridge. Will they be a welcome addition to Cambridge, or an ill-conceived failure, tarring the concept of bike-sharing in Cambridge in future? Join the discussion on Cyclescape 2952.

 

Cam Lakes Project

After a period of quiet, there is movement again on plans to develop the area around the Cherry Hinton chalk pits. The developer is holding a public exhibition at the Holiday Inn Express, Coldhams Business Park, 10am-4pm on Saturday 25 February to reveal the current plans. Cyclescape 1485

 

Newsletter

We always welcome contributions to our bi-monthly print newsletter. The next copy deadline is 26 February.

We are also looking for a volunteer to help with Newsletter layout.

 

Upcoming events

See our campaign diary online.

26 February: Newsletter copy deadline.

7 March: March meeting. 7:30 pm Friends' Meeting House, Jesus Lane.

10 March: Deadline for Green End Road and Nuffield Road consultation.

15 March: Determination of Chisholm Trail planning application, at Joint Development Control Committee (probable date).

4 April: April meeting. 7:30 pm Friends' Meeting House, Jesus Lane.

20 April: Newsletter copy deadline.

1 May: Reach Ride – Starts at 10 am at the Guildhall.

4 May: Mayoral elections and County Council elections.

 

In the News

Don't forget to read Robin Heydon's latest cycling column in the Cambridge News. http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/all-about/cycling

 

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.