All welcome to the next meeting of the A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign, which meets at the Melbourn Science Park offices of AstraZeneca on 7 July. We’ll be opening up at 7:00PM for tea and coffee and the meeting will start promptly at 7:30 PM. Please enter the Science Park from Cambridge Road and go straight ahead to the da Vinci Building. All our meetings are open to the public and membership of the campaign is free.
We are delighted that Cambridgeshire County Council officers from the Cycling Team and the Travel for Cambridgeshire partnership, currently working in the A10 corridor, will be attending to update us on their work – including ideas for taking a safe pedestrian and cycle route through Harston, for which funding has been secured.
Additionally, we will be scoping out our strategy for campaigning on the A505 bridge, which has already been designed. Without a doubt we will be looking to continue close working with our Hertfordshire colleagues.
Many thanks to AstraZeneca for hosting us and supporting our broad aims for safe cycling along the A10 corridor.
For security reasons at the site, it would be really helpful if you would let us know if you are coming to this meeting so you can be signed in. Just drop us a mail please (you can use the contact page if you wish).
An agenda and minutes from the previous meeting can be downloaded from the Events & Memoranda page.