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£1,514raised of £1,000 target by 71 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,514 to help fund a safe Melbourn-Royston cycle link

    Royston, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 23rd December 2015

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    Cycling is a great way of staying healthy and reducing traffic congestion. Many people living and working between Cambridge and Royston would cycle if conditions were safe. Some high quality cycle path is being built between Melbourn and Harston, but the Melbourn-Royston stretch remains a rough walking track, and the A10/A505 roundabout is busy and dangerous. We want to show Local, Regional and National Government and local businesses that we local residents are prepared to do our bit to help.

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    • A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign3 years ago
      A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign

      A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign

      3 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Wow, what a turnout for our Santa Cycle! Many thanks to you all for cycling, cheering, and of course for contributing to our campaign. It was even more successful than we had hoped, and shows what a strong support there is for better cycle links locally. Thank you all. We plan a new a10 Corridor Cycle campaign in the New Year, which will be announced on the http://a10corridorcycle.com/ web site, so keep an eye out. Meanwhile, keep those e-mails and letters of support coming it, to show that people in Melbourn, Royston, and all the villages up to Cambridge really want better cycle facilities, keep pedalling, and - Happy Christmas!

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    • A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign3 years ago
      A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign

      A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign

      3 years ago

      We are having a Sponsored Santa Ride on Saturday December 19th in Royston. Come and join us, or cheer us on.

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    3 years ago

    A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign started crowdfunding

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    Page last updated on: 12/23/2015 23.35

    Supporters

    71

    • B and M

      B and M

      Dec 23, 2015

      This path will keep vulnerable cyclists safe and motorists relieved to have more room on a comparatively narrow road so everybody will benefit.

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Dec 23, 2015

      A short distance could be transformed with this safe link.

      £5.00

    • Nick Filby

      Nick Filby

      Dec 23, 2015

      Would be great to finally have a safe cycle route out of Royston towards Cambridge. A10 is too dangerous to cycle on with all the fast traffic.

      £10.00

    • Alan Brett

      Alan Brett

      Dec 23, 2015

      Sorry I couldn't be there, but well done!

      £20.00

    • Jenni Rodd

      Jenni Rodd

      Dec 22, 2015

      Great Campaign! Thanks.

      £30.00

    • Tom (a Cambridgeshire cyclist)

      Tom (a Cambridgeshire cyclist)

      Dec 22, 2015

      I've just loaned a cycle friend from Royston my new Bike Box for his holiday. He wanted to give me this money, but I didn't really want to take it, so I've donated this to your very worthwhile fund..!

      £40.00

    • David

      David

      Dec 22, 2015

      Sorry I could not be there but Ihope it went well.

      £20.00

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    A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign

    A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign

    Royston, United Kingdom

    Susan van de Ven is County Councillor for Foxton, Great and Little Chishill, Heydon, Melbourn, Meldreth and Shepreth. The rest of us are local residents, mostly without political affiliations, all with bicycles.

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