This article was published in 2010, in Newsletter 91.
|Tue 3||8.00pm||Monthly General Meeting. Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane (with tea and coffee from 7.30 pm, and a chance to chat, and for us to introduce ourselves to new members). This month we are delighted to welcome Richard and James from Cyclox, our counterparts in Oxford, who will talk about what’s happening there.|
|Thu 5||5.30pm||Newsletter 91 review meeting. Grads Café, University Centre, Mill Lane.|
|Fri 13 – Sun 15||Oxford Cycling Study Tour. We will be conducting a study tour of Oxford to give Cambridge cyclists an opportunity to see how things are done there. See next page for more details. Please let us know as soon as possible if you’d like to come along.|
|Mon 16||from 7pm||Social gathering. Join us for a social gathering at CB2 café, 5-7 Norfolk Street.|
|Sun 5||Newsletter 92 deadline. Please send copy to the Editor, Monica Frisch: firstname.lastname@example.org. Members are warmly invited to write articles (style guidelines available) and are invited to contact the Editor in the first instance.|
|Tue 7||8.00pm||Monthly General Meeting (see 3 August for details). Our speaker will be Dr Ian Walker, Travel Psychologist at Bath University.|
|Thu 30||7.30pm||Newsletter envelope stuffing. Baby Milk Action offices, 34 Trumpington Street. Help very much welcomed.|
|Tue 5||8.00pm||Monthly General Meeting (see 3 August for details).|
|Thu 7||5.30pm||Newsletter 92 review meeting. Grads Café, University Centre, Mill Lane.|
The Cambridge group of the CTC organises a range of rides including Saturday morning introductory rides, twice a month except in the winter. These are their shortest and easiest rides and are intended to be suitable for everyone. They start at 10.00 am at Brookside and cover about 15-20 miles at a gentle pace, stopping for refreshments at a cafe along the way. Anyone able to cycle around Cambridge should be fine on these rides. The various types of ride are described at http://site.ctc-cambridge.org.uk/2009/07/our-weekly-rides-programme.html. Dates are at http://rides.ctc-cambridge.org.uk/search/label/201006.
City and Council committees
Campaign members may be interested to attend Planning Committee and Area Committee meetings, which often include cycling and walking issues.
Joint Development Control 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 meetings, and 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
|Wed 4||10.00 am||Development Control Forum|
|Wed 11||10.00 am||Joint Development Control Committee – Cambridge Fringes|
|Wed 18||10.00 am||Joint Development Control Committee – Cambridge Fringes Development Control Forum|
|Thur 19||7.00 pm||East Area Committe|
|Wed 25||9.30 am||Planning Committee|
|Thur 26||7.30 pm||West/Central Area Committee|
|Wed 1||10.00 am||Development Control Forum|
|Wed 8||10.00 am||Joint Development Control Committee – Cambridge Fringes|
|Thur 9||7.00 pm||South Area Committee|
|Wed 15||10.00 am||Joint Development Control Committee – Cambridge Fringes Development Control Forum|
|Wed 22||9.30 am||Planning Committee|
|Wed 29||10.00 am||Development Control Forum|
|Thur 30||6.30 pm||North Area Committee|