by Susan van de Ven on 10 June, 2019
Today 100 people aged 3 to 80+ showed up on bikes of all shapes and sizes for the A10 Annual Awareness Ride.
We started at Trumpington Park and Ride and cycled off-road via the Trumpington Meadows and A10 paths, all the way to Phillimore Garden Centre in Melbourn. Lots of people had braved it all the way from Royston and the dreaded A505 crossing in order to make the Trumpington start.
Once at Phillimore we ate copious amounts of cake and learned about the ‘Melbourn Greenways’ scheme that we hope will deliver the desperately needed Melbourn-Royston pedestrian/cycle link. Consultation goes live June 17th and the weblink will be widely disseminated, as it’s really important that people record their feedback.
Please get in touch if you’d like to join the A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign email list and be kept in the loop about efforts for a safe cycle link between Cambridge and Royston.
The campaign consists of residents (including many school children); parish, town, district and county councillors; and people working along the A10 corridor and wishing to travel sustainably. We represent both sides of the Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border and are keen to be able to cross it in both directions.Leave a comment