Now the bridge will be reopened while a “full review” of options available is considered by the county council.
Following a coma and 10 months in hospital, the former Swavesey Village College student has finally been allowed back home.
The route covers 60 miles from the White Water Centre in Waltham Cross, north London to Jesus Green in Cambridge on Sunday (July 25).
South Cambs MP Anthony Browne has suggested the maintenance of Grantchester Meadows could be funded by charging visitors to park at Skaters' Meadow.
More than a year after Mill Road bridge was closed to cars, councillors will finally decide whether to reopen it or keep the bus gate in place.
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A last-ditch protest to try to persuade councillors to reopen the bridge to cars is being organised by traders who say their livelihoods depend on it.
Councils, campaigners and the college all discussed the possibility of removing the swimming ban message from signs outside the meadows.
Everyone was evacuated from the store while the incident was investigated.
Residents in Cherry Hinton say the Burnside Lakes plans will also be dangerous for cyclists.
The ACORN union in Cambridge is organising the event tomorrow (Saturday, July 10) and will demand the removal of signs banning swimming.
College won't remove swim ban in spite of 18k signature petition without “the express support of the councils and their health and safety officers.”
Hand drawn protest posters have appeared covering up the signs from King's College at Grantchester Meadows that declare a ban on wild swimming.
A spoof letter claiming to be addressed to peasants from the University of Cambridge college as been put up next to the meadows.
The University of Cambridge college says this follows anti-social behaviour on Grantchester Meadows and damage to the river bank.
Police are asking to be informed of planned drone flights, recreational shooting and charity work via their online form to prevent public concern.
They are calling for its future to be safeguarded.
Cambridge author Paige Toon is publishing her latest novel this week after a research trip to Yorkshire where she fall in love with the landscape.
Businesses are waiting to hear what the sale of the shopping centre will mean for their future.