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A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign


This group of friendly and energetic people is meeting again on 17th June, at 7.15 for 7.30pm in the Elin Way Community Room. All meetings are open to the public and newcomers are especially welcome. The group includes people who cycle both short and long distances, and for work and leisure. For the record, most members also drive cars!


The County Council is taking an increasing interest in the potential for this campaign group to contribute to improving cycling conditions in our area, because getting funding from the Department for Transport’s cycling budget is much more likely if the Council can show that it is working together with active community groups.


We have a mailing list for anyone who’d like to be kept informed but can’t make meetings. Please ask to be added by emailing contacta10@gmail.com. There’s plenty to find out at our website: a10corridorcycle.com.


Susan van de Ven County Councillor


susanvandeven@yahoo.co.uk (01763) 261833


Meldreth Primary School PTA: Treasure Trail and Family Fun Sunday 30th June, 10.00am - 1.00pm


£5 per team for the trail, £1 per adult entry for family fun activities only.


Follow a specially designed route around Meldreth, answering questions along the way.


Prize for the most correct answers.


Family fun held at the school BBQ & refreshments held at the school


Raffle – sponsored by Curwens Solicitors, with a cash prize Bump n Spin zorbing, multi sports activities, bouncy castle


Advance bookings recommended. Please contact Jane Fosbeary on 07707 412089 or email fosbeary@hotmail.co.uk.


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