Campaign Diary

April 2003
Tue 1 7.30 pm Monthly open meeting, Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane, at the Park Street junction. (Tea and coffee, a chance to chat, and for us to introduce ourselves to new members for the first half-hour. The meeting proper starts at 8 pm.)
Wed 2 5-7 pm Free cycle security coding at Cambridge Station Cycles, next to the Railway Station. The security code is a deterrent to theft and enables bikes to be traced nationally.
Fri 11 8.30 am Newsletter review and planning meeting, over breakfast at Tatties café.
Sun 13 1 pm Leisurely Ride. A countryside ride, at a gentle pace. Meet at Hobbs Pavilion on Parker’s Piece. Back in Cambridge around 5 pm.
Mon 21 7 pm Join us for a social gathering at CB2 café 5-7 Norfolk Street.
Sat 26 10-2 Free cycle security coding at Park Street Cycle Park. The security code is a deterrent to theft and enables bikes to be traced nationally.
Sat 26 10 am Local authority auction of unclaimed found cycles to be held at the 29th Cambridge Scout Headquarters, Stanesfield Road, off Barnwell Road, Cambridge. Viewing from 9 am. Contact 01354 688197 for more information. Please note: although you may find a bargain, you have no rights if the cycle is faulty. If you are new to cycling or know little about cycles, we recommend purchasing from a reputable cycle shop or dealer elsewhere in the city.
May 2003
Tue 6 7.30 pm Campaign general meeting. Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane, at the Park Street junction. See 1 April for description.
Wed 7 5-7 pm Free cycle security coding at Cambridge Station Cycles, next to the Railway Station. The security code is a deterrent to theft and enables bikes to be traced nationally.
Sat 10 Newsletter 48 copy deadline. Please send articles to the Editor.
Sun 11 1 pm Leisurely Ride. A countryside ride, at a gentle pace. Meet at Hobbs Pavilion on Parker’s Piece. Back in Cambridge around 5 pm.
Mon 19 7 pm Join us for a social gathering at CB2 café 5-7 Norfolk Street.
Wed 28 7.30 pm Newsletter 48 Envelope Stuffing at the Baby Milk Action offices, 23 St Andrews Street (between the Robert Sayle main and computer shop entrances, entrance next to Lunch Aid). Help very much welcomed!
Sat 31 10-2 Free cycle security coding at Park Street Cycle Park. The security code is a deterrent to theft and enables bikes to be traced nationally.
June 2003
Tue 3 7.30 pm Campaign general meeting. Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane, at the Park Street junction. See 1 April for description.
Wed 4 5-7 pm Free cycle security coding at Cambridge Station Cycles, next to the Railway Station. The security code is a deterrent to theft and enables bikes to be traced nationally.
Sun 8 1 pm Leisurely Ride. A countryside ride, at a gentle pace. Meet at Hobbs Pavilion on Parker’s Piece. Back in Cambridge around 5 pm.
Sat 14-Sun 22 National Bike Week 2003. More details in the next Newsletter, and see the article on page 3.
Further ahead
19-26 July Bike Culture Week 2003 in the Cotswolds at Rendcomb College. See www.companyofcyclists.com/bikeculture.htm for details.
Sun 27 July London to Cambridge bike ride. This event is organised by Bike Events (not the Campaign). See www.bike-events.com for details.
Sun 10 August Cycle for life. A national series of 18 events to raise money for research into cancers that affect men. Further details are on the CRUK website at www.cancerresearchuk.org/cycle e-mail cycleforlife@cancer.org.uk phone 0870 161 1010
23-25 August Mildenhall Cycling Rally: cycling events, entertainment and trade show. Details online at www.mildenhallrally.org.uk
26-28 September International Cycle Show Cycle 2003 at the Business Design Centre in London.