Next year is Camcycle’s 25th anniversary and there is a lot to celebrate. In 2019 alone, we’ve seen the opening of new protected lanes, the construction of a new Dutch roundabout and the start of works on the Chisholm Trail and Abbey-Chesterton bridge.
It will be wonderful to see cyclists finally using a route we’ve long campaigned for, but there is still more to do to make Greater Cambridge a place where people of all ages and abilities can enjoy the benefits of cycling.
The amount of work ahead of us grows each year, with new transport schemes and major developments to respond to including plans for several large communities on the edges of the city. The milestone of our 25th anniversary in 2020 presents a fantastic opportunity to ramp up our campaigning to improve cycling conditions in Cambridge, but to do so, we need more resources, volunteers and diverse voices. We want to reach out to new communities to understand their needs and to provide our support.
Our staff and volunteer teams are working harder than ever, but we also need YOU!
Please consider giving us an extra gift this Christmas through the Big Give Christmas Challenge. Donate on The Big Give website between noon on Tuesday 3 December and noon on Tuesday 10 December and your gift will be doubled thanks to the generosity of local pledgers.
There are also many other ways to support Camcycle at this time of year. Please contact us if you would like to find out more about:
- Upgrading your membership to a Donor membership
- Adding a donation of any amount to your membership renewal
- Setting up a direct debit with a monthly donation
- Purchasing equipment we need for the office
- Supporting our work as a Camcycle volunteer.
Many thanks to our members, supporters, sponsors, partners, donors and volunteers for their invaluable contributions over the last 25 years. The gifts you have given to our work for more, better and safer cycling are hugely appreciated, and Camcycle is determined to work even harder for cyclists of all ages and abilities in and around Cambridge throughout 2020 and beyond.