Help Camcycle deliver active travel magic by doubling your donation with the Big Give

Camcycle's Infrastructure Campaigner Josh Grantham conjuring up some active travel magic thanks to your Zero Carbon Streets donationsCamcycle is delighted to be taking part in the 2023 Big Give Christmas Challenge, the seasonal match-funding campaign that supports over 1,000 charities across the UK. The local cycling charity is asking Cambridgeshire residents to help them create ‘active travel magic’ in 2024 as it supports community groups to develop schemes that enable more people
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Local communities to benefit as generous donors raise £20,000 for Zero Carbon Streets campaign

Big Give Green Match Fund: £20,145 RAISED (Zero Carbon Streets)Camcycle would like to thank residents across Cambridgeshire who have helped us raise over £20,000 for our Zero Carbon Streets project via the Big Give Green Match Fund, a national initiative helping environmental charities across the UK increase their impact.

81 individual donations were made to Zero Carbon Streets, which seeks to provide
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Take local action this Earth Day to have a global impact on climate

Earth Day 2022: A street including a bicycle with the caption 'Invest in our planet'Local charity Camcycle wants Cambridgeshire residents to take action on Earth Day, Friday 22 April, and play their part in building the sustainable region of the future. The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate has highlighted that our region is at high risk from the changing climate through flooding, heatwaves and water shortages, but
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Camcycle calls on Cambridgeshire residents to share ideas for better streets and a liveable planet

Following the publication on 4 April of the third part of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) global report, local charity Camcycle is calling on people in Cambridgeshire to engage in the discussion around how to transition our region away from fossil-fuelled transport. Sharing your views in their Best Streets survey will
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Act now to share ideas for Zero Carbon Streets near you

Cambridgeshire County Council’s Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) consultation ends on 27 July.

Please make sure you have your say at tinyurl.com/CambsCycleNetwork

This is your chance to contribute to the future development of the active travel networks in the region and help local authorities create thriving and sustainable places for the future. Transport
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