Support shown for A10 cycle routes by businesses big and small

Businesses from small local employers to global multi-site corporations have been showing support for safe cycling routes along the A10 for their employees and for the wider community. They have done so by signing out business letter to the City Deal Executive Board Members and Assembly Members.

The letter can be read here

The following companies have all signed so far:

Johnson Matthey, Royston
South Cambs Motors, Melbourn
TAP Biosystems, Royston
ElTek, Haslingfield
The Plough, Shepreth
JRTech, Shepreth
Bury Lane Farms, Meldreth
Cambridge Assessments, Cambridge
AstraZeneca, Royston
MKA Ecology, Shepreth
Breathing Buildings, Cambridge
Sagentia, Harston Mill
Shepreth Wildlife Park
Harston Surgery
Orchard Surgery, Melbourn
River Rhee Consulting, Shepreth
Fieldgate Nurseries, Meldreth
Melbourn Coop
One Stop, Meldreth
Grant Instruments, Shepreth
TTP Group, Melbourn Science Park
Long Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge
Track Access Services, Shepreth
Maycroft Care Home, Meldreth
Reed Autos, Foxton
Outspoken, Cambridge
Village Cycles, Meldreth
Royston Means Business (association of shopkeepers)
Foxton Village Shop
Esson Print, Shepreth
Wrights Mowers, Shepreth
Tea Cake, Shepreth
The Green Man, Shepreth
Country Properties, Melbourn
Philimore Garden Centre, Melbourn
Melbourn Hub
East of England Ambulance Service NHS
Meldreth Parish Council
ARM, Cambridge
Melbourn Village College
Melbourn Library Access Point
Barrington Stores
AB Leisure, Melbourn
Dyspraxia UK, Barrington
Royston First
Melbourn Sports Centre
Oakland Innovation, Harston Mill

Thank you very much to the businesses who have signed. Please get in touch if your business can also sign the letter.