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Help shape the Comberton and Melbourn Greenways

Published: Friday, January 19, 2018

Residents are being urged to use their local knowledge to help shape the Comberton and Melbourn Greenways – attractive cycling routes linking the villages to the city.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is hosting a number of public engagement events this month where residents are invited to give their views on the future of the Comberton and Melbourn Greenways, including their design and potential routes.

The Comberton and Melbourn routes – two of 12 Cambridge Greenways being developed by the Partnership – will be attractive walking, cycling and equestrian routes segregated from traffic that will connect the villages to Cambridge.

The Greenways aim to increase levels of cycling and walking, reduce congestion and help to improve the health of the Greater Cambridge population.

The community engagement events for the Comberton and Melbourn routes will be held on the following dates and venues:

  • 24 January, 5-8.30pm – Comberton Village Hall
  • 25 January, 5-8pm – Melbourn Community Hub
  • 26 January, 9.30am-noon – Shire Hall, Cambridge
  • 30 January, 6-8.00pm – Coton Village Hall
  • 1 February, 5-8.00pm – Trumpington Meadows

Further events for the Bottisham, Swaffham and Horningsea Greenways will be held in February and March.

More information can be found at