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Have your say on proposed Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton greenways


By Gemma Gardner


Consultation launched over proposed Greenways for Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Picture: Greater Cambridge Partnership
Consultation launched over proposed Greenways for Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Picture: Greater Cambridge Partnership

People are invited to share their views on the proposed Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton greenways.

The greenways are designed to be high quality walking, cycling and equestrian routes.

A consultation on the plans for Waterbeach and Fulbourn was launched by the Greater Cambridge Partnership on Monday (October 15).

The consultation closes on December 3.

Plans for the Comberton greenway will go out for public consultation on October 29, with that consultation set to close on December 17.

Officers will be on hand to answer questions at five upcoming public events:

■ Tuesday, November 6 at Cherry Hinton Leisure between 5pm and 7pm

■ Monday, November 12 at Waterbeach Salvation Army between 5pm and 7pm

■ Wednesday, November 14 at Comberton Village Hall between 6pm and 8pm.

■ Tuesday, November 20 at the Fulbourn Centre between 4pm and 7pm

■ Wednesday, November 21 at Coton Village Hall between 6pm and 8pm

People can help to shape the proposals by completing a survey on the GCP’s online engagement tool, Consult Cambs, or by completing and returning a paper copy in the post.



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