Campaign Diary

February 2008
Fri 1 8.30 am Newsletter 76 review and planning for 77 over breakfast at Tatties café , 40 Hills Road, Cambridge.
Fri 1 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): A lunchtime ride of varying speed and length, usually involving a stop at a pub on the way, leaving from the Stourbridge Common side of Green Dragon Bridge. Open to all who like to ride and talk about bicycles. Join the ride at your own risk.
Tue 5 8.00 pm Monthly General Meeting: Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane, at the Park Street junction. Tea and coffee from 7.30 pm, and 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. The main focus of this month’s meeting will be a discussion on the new developments around Cambridge and how we are pushing to make them as cycle-friendly as possible.
Thu 7 7.30 pm West/Central Area Committee, at Cripps Court, Magdalene College, Chesterton Lane. Area Committee meetings often cover walking, cycling and planning issues in depth.
Fri 8 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Fri 15 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Fri 22 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Thu 28 7.30 pm East Area Committee, at Cherry Trees Day Centre, St Matthews Street. Area Committee meetings often cover walking, cycling and planning issues in depth.
Fri 29 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
March 2008
Tue 4 8.00 pm Monthly General Meeting: Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. See 5 February for details. We hope to launch our Cycling 2020 initiative to members at this meeting, in advance of its main launch at the CCN/CTC conference in May.
Fri 7 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Sat 8 Deadline for articles written for Newsletter 77. Please send copy to Monica Frisch: mfrisch@phonecoop.coop. Members are warmly invited to write articles (style guidelines available) and are invited to contact the Editor in the first instance.
Fri 14 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Fri 21 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Thu 27 7.30 pm Newsletter 77 envelope stuffing at the Baby Milk Action office, 34 Trumpington Street. Help very much welcomed.
Fri 28 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
April 2008
Tue 1 8.00 pm Monthly General Meeting: Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. See 5 February for details.
Fri 4 8.30 am Newsletter 76 review and planning for 77 over breakfast at Tatties café , 40 Hills Road, Cambridge.
Fri 4 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Fri 11 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Sat 12/Sun 13 Meeting to draft our communications to councillors of the Cambridge Traffic Management Area Joint Committee (AJC) will be held over this weekend. For further details, please contact us.
Thu 17 7.30 pm East Area Committee, at Cherry Trees Day Centre, St Matthews Street. See 28 February for details.
Fri 18 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Mon 21 2.00 pm Cambridge Traffic Management Area Joint Committee (AJC) meeting, Kreis Viersen Room, Shire Hall, Castle Hill. Campaign members may be interested to attend AJC meetings, which cover walking, cycling and planning issues in some depth.
Fri 25 12.30 pm Friday ride (weather permitting): Lunchtime ride, open to all. See 1 February for description.
Further ahead
Mon 5 10.00 am Bank Holiday Monday: Camcycle 20/50. Leaving Cambridge at 10 am join our rides to Reach and back, or all the way to Ely. More information on our website.
Sat 10 A conference for cycling campaign groups from all around the UK will come to the Centre for Mathematical Studies in Cambridge. This is a great opportunity to take part in the national debate about cycling in cities and show off some of the things that make people think Cambridge is a great place for cycling. There will be rides, networking, and we shall be looking for host families to accommodate delegates.