Act now to protect the beautiful countryside on the western fringe of Cambridge from being built on.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is proposing to improve journeys between Cambourne and Cambridge using funds from central government. They want to build a new bus road across the countryside between Hardwick and the edge of Cambridge with a giant car park next to the A428. 

The bus road would destroy habitats and damage the landscape and views, but it doesn't have to be that way. There are less damaging alternatives, such as providing a bus lane next to the A1303, and a coalition of organisations are campaigning for the alternatives. We agree there need to be improvements in public transport and active travel but this can be achieved without destroying nature and the countryside.

The organisations campaigning for a better solution are Cambridge Past, Present & Future, Coton Parish Council, Hardwick Parish Council, the National Trust, Coton Busway Action Group and Save the West Fields. 

You can find out more about the proposals and the campaign by clicking here or sign a petition

We are raising funds for the campaign and to pay for independent experts to provide evidence for the less-damaging alternatives and to provide legal and professional advice to make your views heard at a public inquiry. Your money will be ring-fenced for this [if we persuade local politicians not to go ahead with the bus road and there is no public inquiry, then we will return your donation].

Please donate to support this campaign, every little really does help.

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