Generous donors raise £18,926 for Camcycle’s work to remove barriers to cycling

£18,926 raised to remove barriers to cyclingCamcycle would like to thank residents across Cambridgeshire who have helped us raise a huge £18,926 via the Big Give Christmas Challenge, a national match-funding campaign supporting over 1,000 charities across the UK. A new Camcycle record was set in 2022, as 100 individual donors made a contribution, in addition to match funds provided
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Camcycle needs your support to remove barriers to cycling in 2023

A picture of a chicane barrier with the Big Give Christmas Challenge logo overlaidCamcycle is delighted to be taking part in the 2022 Big Give Christmas Challenge, the seasonal match-funding campaign that supports over 1,000 charities across the UK. This year, the local charity is raising money for a campaign to remove barriers to cycling, enabling more people of all ages and abilities to ride for their everyday
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TAKE ACTION: have your say on the Windsor Road / Oxford Road junction

A mother with a child in a bike seat cycle along the Windsor Road passageway

At the end of last year, we discovered that the popular route incorporating Oxford Road and the Windsor Road/Warwick Road passageway was under threat from a plan which would introduce additional conflict for people cycling and walking, along with new 90-degree turns and barriers which would make it difficult for those riding larger cycles to
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A14 bridge barriers to go at last as county council agree to replace them with bollards

After over six months of campaigning, the dangerous chicane barriers near the active travel bridges over the A14 at Swavesey and Bar Hill are to be replaced with removeable bollards. At a meeting of the county council’s Highways and Transport Committee on 27 July, this decision was unanimously approved by councillors.

We’re delighted to have
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Camcycle speaks up for safety and accessibility on King’s Parade

A cyclist passes through the 1.2m gap in the barrier on King's Parade, while another coming the other way has to wait

Earlier this week, Camcycle trustee Matthew Danish spoke to Cambridgeshire County Council‘s Highways and Transport Committee about the anti-terrorism barrier on King’s Parade (watch a video of the meeting here). In response, councillors agreed to a further review of safety, accessibility and design before daytime traffic restrictions are made permanent at the
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County fails to take action on A14 bridge barriers – for now

Cambridgeshire County Council’s Highways and Transport committee met on 9 March, with one of their agenda items being an update on the overall A14 project. We saw this as being the most appropriate topic under which to present our petition against the new barriers, which has gained over 660 signatories in just a few
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