This article was published in 2010, in Newsletter 90.

June 2010

Tue 1 8.00 pm Extraordinary General Meeting and Monthly General Meeting. Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane (with tea and coffee from 7.30pm, and a chance to chat, and for us to introduce ourselves to new members).
Thu 3 5.30 pm Newsletter review meeting. Grads Café on the top floor of the University Centre. Please note the date, time and venue.
Sat 12 10 am – 5 pm Bicycle Wheel-building Workshop. Queen Edith Community Primary School, Godwin Way (in the Community Room). This is a practical workshop where you learn how to assemble and true strong and durable bicycle wheels. David Green teaches you how to build ‘standard’ (36 spoke cross-3) wheels using proven wheel-building techniques based on sound principles. Numbers restricted to ensure a high teacher-student ratio. Information sheet with full details at www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/nl90wheel.
Sat 12 & Sun 13 10 am – 6 pm Bike Fair on Parker’s Piece. Try out the cycle scaletrix, watch a movie at the cycle cinema and enjoy a free pedal-powered fruit smoothie at the Blendavenda bar. There will be free advice on cycle training, security and basic bike maintenance along with free bike goodies. A Bike Week event organised by Cycle Cambridge.
Tue 15 9.45 am County Council Cabinet Meeting at Shire Hall, Castle Hill, to decide on Gilbert Road proposals. Please come to show support.
Wed 16 6 – 8pm Unusual history bike tour around Cambridge. Departs from outside the Guildhall. Discover the real Cambridge with local historian and Blue Badge Tour Guide Allan Brigham. Cycle past history through Cambridge’s unique green spaces from the Market Square to Cherry Hinton Hall. Cost: £3 (accompanied children under 14 go free). Tickets available from the Cambridge Tourist Information Centre, Peas Hill.
Sat 19 10 am –
4 pm
Dust off your bike. Meadows Community Centre, St Catharine’s Road, Arbury. Free bicycle repairs, maintenance, workshops and children’s activities. A Bike Week event organised by Cycle Cambridge and Outspoken.
Sun 20 2.30 pm Ride for Joy 2: the fashion ride returns. Meet at Lammas Land, Newnham. Aimed at encouraging more women and girls to cycle by showing that you can cycle in your normal clothes, so come as you prefer – stylish, casual; dressed up or down as you please. Males welcome of course. This time we will do the circuit twice as the weather will be so much nicer and it is anticipated that twice as many people will be out and about! Hoping to double the figure we attracted last time (which was 50). The ride will pass around and through the city centre and across Parker’s Piece. Wear something bright or light coloured. Free event – all welcome. Please contact Sally Guyer at contact@camcycle.org.uk if you are able to help with the publicising or organising of this event.
Fri 25 6 – 8 pm Unusual history bike tour around Cambridge. As Wed 16.

July 2010

Sun 4 Newsletter 91 deadline. Please send copy to Monica Frisch: newsletter-articles@camcycle.org.uk . Members are warmly invited to write articles (style guidelines available) and are invited to contact the Editor in the first instance.
Tue 6 8.00pm Monthly General Meeting. Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. See 1 June for details.
Sun 18 2.30pm Ride for Joy 3: the fashion ride returns. For details see 20 June.
Thu 29 7.30pm Newsletter stuffing at Baby Milk Action offices, 34 Trumpington Street. Help very much welcomed.

August 2010

Tue 3 8.00pm Monthly General Meeting. Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane. See 1 June for details.
Thu 5 5.30pm Newsletter review meeting. Grads Café, University Centre, Mill Lane.
Mon 16 from 7pm Social gathering. Join us for a social gathering at CB2 café, 5-7 Norfolk Street

City and County Council committees

Campaign members may be interested in attending Planning Committee, Area Committee (AC) and Development Control Forum (DCF) meetings, which often include cycling and walking issues.

Joint Development Control (JDC) Committee meetings, which are determining the Planning Applications relating to the major housing development proposals for the Cambridge sub-region, are also open to the public.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign studies and comments upon agendas and papers for Cambridge Traffic Management Area Joint Committee (AJC) meetings; these meetings are also open to the public.

Details of venue and agenda are available about a week beforehand at www.cambridge.gov.uk/democracy

JUNE 2010

Wed 2 9.30 am Planning Committee
Wed 9 10.00 am DCF
Thu 10 6.30 pm North AC
Wed 16 10.00 am JDC: Cambridge Fringes
Thu 17 7.00 pm East AC
Wed 23 10.00 am JDC – Cambridge Fringes – DCF
Thu 24 7.30 pm West/Central AC
Wed 30 9.30 am Planning Committee

JULY 2010

Wed 7 10.00 am DCF
Thu 8 7.00 pm South AC
Mon 12 2.00 pm Cambridge AJC
Wed 14 10.00 am JDC: Cambridge Fringes
Thu 15 6.30 pm North AC
Wed 21 10.00 am JDC – Cambridge Fringes – DCF
Wed 28 9.30 am Planning Committee


Wed 4 10.00 am DCF