Cycling campaign group to meet to discuss safe crossing at A505 and A10 Royston junction

13:24 28 March 2014

A campaign group lobbying for a safe crossing of the A505 to be put in place for cyclist is meeting next week.

The A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign group will meet at the Melbourn Hub in Melbourn High Street on Wednesday, April 2.

Members of the public are encouraged to attend and have their say about plans to improve safety of crossing of the A505 at the A10 junction just outside Royston.

Doors open at 7pm for tea and coffee, with the meeting starting promptly at 7.30pm. 

For more information on the campaign, visit www.a10corridorcycle.com

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