Campaign diary

October 2006

Sun 1

Home Farm Trust Sponsored Bike Ride. 20, 30 and 50 mile rides from Orford House, Ugley (near Bishops Stortford) and Duxford Primary School. In aid of the Home Farm Trust.

kath.austin@hft.org.uk ( (01525) 379504

Tue 3 7:30 pm

Monthly general 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.)

Fri 6 8:30 am

Newsletter 68 review and planning for 69, over breakfast at Tatties café on Hobson Street.

Sun 8 1:00 pm

Leisurely ride, in association with Sustrans. Meet at Reality Checkpoint (the centre of Parker’s Piece). Please bring lights. See leisurely rides article for more detail.

Mon 16 7:00 pm

Campaign social meeting at CB2 café, 5-7 Norfolk Street.

Sun 29 1:00 am

British Summer Time ends. Put the clocks back, and don’t forget your lights!

November 2006

Tue 7 7:30 pm

Annual General Meeting, Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. With guest speaker John Franklin: see announcement elsewhere in this newsletter.

Sat 11

Deadline for articles written for Newsletter 69.

Sun 12 1:00 pm

Leisurely ride to Audley End, in association with Sustrans. Meet at Reality Checkpoint (the centre of Parker’s Piece). A countryside ride, at a gentle pace; bring lights. See leisurely rides article for more detail.

Thur 30 7:00 pm

Newsletter 69 envelope stuffing at the Baby Milk Action office, 34 Trumpington Street. Help very much welcomed.

December 2006

Fri 1 8:30 am

Newsletter 69 review and planning for 70, over breakfast at Tatties café on Hobson Street.

Tue 5 7:30 pm

Monthly general meeting, Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. For details see 3 October.

Sun 10 1:00 pm

Leisurely ride. We shall tour the changes that have happened to cycling in Cambridge during 2006. Return to mulled wine and mince pies in Romsey. See leisurely rides article for more detail.

Mon 18 7:00 pm

Film: Return of the Scorcher and social meeting – seasonal celebration. This half-hour documentary (1992) looks at bike culture and bike lifestyles around the world with beautiful and inspiring scenes of bike use filmed in China, The Netherlands, Denmark, and the USA. The film will be shown at the beginning of the December Social evening in the basement. After the film we shall dine in the restaurant, so do join us for a seasonal celebration at CB2 café, 5-7 Norfolk Street – from around 7.45pm. Places are limited so please confirm your intention to come by contacting us if possible.