Cycling conference in Cambridge this May

This article was published in 2008, in Newsletter 76.

The National Cycle Campaign Network/CTC conference in May will include a variety of rides for those who stay until the Sunday
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We’ve mentioned before in the Newsletter that the Campaign has volunteered to host the National Cycle Campaign Network/CTC conference this spring. We’ve now fixed the date as Saturday May 10th, and the event will be held in the conference facilities of the University of Cambridge Centre for Mathematical Studies, just off Clarkson Road.

Plans are advancing for a theme, but this may well be the last conference in its present format. There is usually a celebration meal on the Saturday evening and also a variety of rides, organised with the CTC, for those who stay over until the Sunday.

We also expect to have a ‘poster’ competition so that groups from all over the country can submit something about a problem or a solution in their area. It is hoped that there will be a prize for the best presented or most informative poster.

Please keep 10th May free. We’ll need help on the day, and volunteers who can offer accommodation on the Friday and/or Saturday nights for those who either come from long distances, or wish to stay over for the Sunday events.

Jim Chisholm