We are Cambridge Triathlon Club. Based in Cambridge we have 200+ adult members and 150+ junior members from 8yrs old up 80!
We provide an environment for youngsters and adults to swim, cycle and run in a safe environment with help from coaches and peers (all volunteers) to help people get fit and have a fit and healthy life style.
The club has produced Olympians and world champions over the years and gives local people access to an environment which will help people to achieve their fitness goals.
The club is run on a membership basis with all of the coached sessions being subsidised by the club. We hold 2/3 cycle sessions a week, 2 run sessions, fitness sessions and 6 swimming sessions.
That’s where we come in.
In order to provide these services to the club, we the events committee hold events throughout the year to fundraise.
We run a kids triathlon, an adults triathlon and an aquathlon (swim/run), and last year we started this event…
Unfortunately we hold our adults triathlon at Mepal outdoor centre, which over Christmas was burnt down by arsonists….! So this has had to be cancelled.
So the event itself is a 25mile/40km off road cycling course which starts and finishes in Papworth (the village hall).
The Varrier Jones foundation kindly let us use their carparks at the back of the shops, we have a good local litter pick for them in exchange.
The event loop links Papworth to Hilton to Offord to gravely to yelling, which is where the yelling (they will be) WI put on a ‘feed station’ for us, providing bacon butties cakes and coffee. Last year they were raising for sport relief.
This is halfway on the course, or if you are doing the short course only 3 miles to go!. which heads back toward Papworth.
We then head through to Eltisley towards Caxton, then navigating cambourne, finally heading through Elsworth (enjoying the scenery) back up the big hill to Papworth hall.
At the hall we have Papworth running club, who are putting on coffee and cakes for before and after the event. They are using it as a local coffee morning to raise money for those who are running the London Marathon in 4 weeks time.
The event cost is £20 per adult and £5 for under 16s with an accompanying adult. people enter online or on the day at the sign in desk.
Currently we have around 75 people entered with people coming from as far as Birmingham and Kent!
Here is the British cycling link who provide us with full event insurance and full risk assessment.
There are route maps etc on the page for you to look at.
There is a Planning Open Day on Monday 20th March from 1pm-5pm at our Cambourne offices for residents and small businesses.
The Planning Service will be opening its doors to residents offering free advice and tips for anyone wanting to extend or alter their homes. The event is aimed at people who want to undertake a project but don’t know where to start.
The Planning Service recognises that in general people put in very few applications in a lifetime and they want to help demystify the planning process.
The day will include:
- drop-in planning & building regulation clinics,
- tours of the department,
- an opportunity to find out more about what’s happening around the district, self build, neighbourhood planning and the local plan.
- A programme of talks and seminars.
They will also have the mobile exhibition showing the A14 scheme and plans for the recently launched A428 road improvements on display.
A similar event will be happening at Cambridge City Council in the morning (9am-12noon in the Guildhall).
Planning Application to be noted at the parish council meeting on March 15th 2017
Davison and Co ( Barford ) Ltd
Childs Farm Rogues Lane Elsworth CB23 4JB
Prior notification for erection of a steel portal frame building
FOR INFORMATION ONLYDownload Document
Application S/0837/17/PA will be considered under item 14b of the agenda of the Parish Council meeting to be held on Wednesday 15th March in Elsworth School Hall Broad End.Download Document
ELSWORTH JUBILEE CLUB OUTING to
BLENHEIM PALACE, WOODSTOCK, OXFORD
THURSDAY 1ST JUNE 2017
LEAVE BUS SHELTER SMITH STREET ELSWORTH
Return journey home commences 4.30 pm
Palace, Park & Gardens and Coach Fare OAP £22-90
Adult £25-30 Child (up to 16) £12-90
For further information and booking form please contact:
BETTY 01954 267470 OR RITA 01954 267342a
Cambridgeshire Constabulary has launched a new parking initiative.
Residents are now able to report parking enforcement issues using the link below. Chief Inspector Sutherland said: “The information that you give us will go directly to me and will help me build up a picture of the exact hot-spots for parking issues. I have set up an online web-page were you can report concerns about parking. The information that you give us will go directly to me and will help me build up a picture of the exact hot-spots for parking issues. I will then use this information on targeted ‘crack-down’ days. There is some good evidence that crackdown days work in other areas of policing so we are going to try it for parking. For obvious reasons I won’t be publicising the dates of the crackdowns in advance but I will update you by e-cops, twitter and face-book once we have completed a crackdown day and what we found.”
The web page is live right now and you can find it here: http://tinyurl.com/SouthCambs-Parking. Inspector Sutherland is not pretending that this will solve all parking problems, however he believes that it strikes the right balance between dealing with parking concerns and the other important work that the police do.
Date: 30 March 2017 Time: 10am to 12 noon
Location: Over community and conference centre, The Doles, Over CB24 5NW
If you want to learn more about the Cambridgeshire Innovation Fund administered by Cambridge Community Foundation on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council then please join us in South Cambridgeshire on the 30th March 2017.
Section 1 & 2 – Alconbury to the East Coast Main Line
The crossing of the River Great Ouse is progressing well and the temporary pontoon is now in place which allows us to transport machinery and materials across onto the east bank of the river.
The site clearance is continuing along the north bound carriageway of the A1 north of Brampton Hut. This has mainly been done at night.