Campaign Diary

Guided bus or train: which is better for cyclists on the St Ives railway corridor?

All members are invited to our next Open Meeting on Tuesday, 3rd February at 7.30pm. This meeting will have as its main focus the proposals for the St Ives railway corridor – the benefits for cyclists of guided bus versus train. We hope as many members as possible can attend this meeting to join the discussion and let us know their views.

February 2004

Tue 3 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 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.
Fri 6 8.30 am Newsletter 52 review and planning for 53, over breakfast at Tatties café.
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. Don’t forget your lights.
Mon 16 7 pm Join us for a social gathering at CB2 café 5-7 Norfolk Street.
Sat 28 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.

March 2004

Tue 2 7.30 pm Monthly open meeting, Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. Robin Webb, maker of the film 44 Tonne Articulated Trucks and Towns Don’t Mix, will present the film and discuss the issues. See also 3 February.
Wed 3 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 6 Newsletter 53 copy deadline. Please contact the editor if you would like to write an article.
Sun 14 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 15 7 pm Join us for a social gathering at CB2 café 5-7 Norfolk Street.
Wed 24 7.30 pm Newsletter 53 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 27 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.

April 2004

Fri 2 8.30 am Newsletter 53 review and planning for 54, over breakfast at Tatties café.
Tue 6 7.30 pm Monthly open meeting, Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. See 3 February for a 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.
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.
Sat 24 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.

Further ahead

12-20 June National Bike Week 2004.