Thank you to our supporters and match funders for their generosity during the Christmas Challenge through which we raised £5,109 to help with our work in 2018.
Thanks also to our members, volunteers and trustees who have worked so hard in 2017 for more, better and safer cycling. We released our first ever Annual Report at our AGM last week: it is packed with information about our achievements over the last year and also sets out our plans for next year. You can download a copy from our website. Perhaps you will see something in there that will inspire you to get involved next year. If so, please get in touch.
Monday 18 December, 6:30 pm
We've worked hard this year and now it's time to celebrate a big year of campaigning.
Join us at The Castle Inn, 38 Castle Street, Cambridge. We will have the rooms upstairs. Food and/or drinks can be ordered at the bar.
All welcome to join us at any time of the evening.
Keeping Cambridge Special
Cambridge Past Present and Future are holding a free workshop 'Keeping Cambridge Special' on Saturday 13 January at 9 am.
Participants are asked to share their ideas for how Cambridge can address the challenge of having more people moving around the city, in ways that enhance the quality of life and preserve the city’s heritage.
This workshop will include four thought-provoking presentations covering issues such as Cambridge’s green spaces, sharing spaces, improving interchanges and street design:
- Sharing spaces: Robert Myers (landscape designer)
- Green spaces: Joel Carré (Cambridge City Council)
- Movement: Charlene Rohr (RAND Europe)
- Design: Kieran Perkins (5th Studio)
There will be an opportunity to give your views and for discussion with decision-makers; this will be led by Councillor Lewis Herbert (Leader of Cambridge City Council).
Do your children cycle to school?
The Perse School headmaster has begun a programme to punish children who cycle to school while wearing their normal clothing, instead forcing them to don a 'high-viz' jacket and helmet. He is also encouraging other schools to adopt his policies.
New Camcycle gift memberships
Why not give the cyclists in your life the gift of a Camcycle membership?
Our individual and household gift memberships cover the first year's membership subscription and include our usual range of benefits. When you purchase a gift membership, we will send you the welcome pack including magazines, maps, information about cycling, four of our greetings cards, a Camcycle sticker and a voucher with activation instructions for you to wrap and put under the tree.
Camcycle greetings cards for sale
Our greetings cards are also available for sale at Rutland Cycling (Grand Arcade and Station Stores), Outspoken Bike Depot (140 Cowley Road) and Al Amin (Mill Road). If you would like to stock our greetings cards then please get in touch.
Camcycle newsletter delays
We're sorry that our December/January newsletter has been delayed. We are hoping this will be in your letter boxes and inboxes before the end of the year. Unfortunately, we are still short of volunteers to help produce the newsletter and this may lead to more delays with future editions. Read more to find out more about the help we need.
Internship opportunity – cycling marketing
Cambridge Electric Transport needs a 'digital native' as a part-time, paid, marketing intern (2-3 days a week) to take care of web site, advertising, promotions, events, social media. Digital skills and passion for cycling and e-transport essential.
Contact: Sean Moroney email@example.com; 07973 499224
Calendar of events
Mon, 18 December 2017 6:30 PM – Camcycle Seasonal Social
Tue, 02 January 2018 7:30 PM – January Monthly Meeting – Friends Meeting House
Wed, 10 January 2018 6:00 PM – Chisholm Trail Local Liason Forum, Barnwell Baptist Church
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.