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Fundraising at the annual Shelford Feast – 8th July

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Uncategorized |

Big thank you for all the stalwart members who turned up to stand about in driving rain at Shelford Feast! Extra big, big thank you to Debbie, her family and Shakey – who was impeccably behaved – and whose good looks and charm managed to persuade people out from the shelter of the marquee and the village hall to come and spend money at our...

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Footpath to Bridleway upgrades

Posted by on Jun 22, 2012 in Uncategorized |

Our major task this year has been the Public Inquiry to upgrade two local footpaths to Bridleways based on user evidence. The Inquiry took place on 20th and 21st June and SDBG were well supported. We now await the inspector’s decision.

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Access Week Mileage competition results!

Posted by on May 31, 2012 in Uncategorized |

Access Week Mileage competition results! In-hand winner – Petrus Greatorex Overall on foot – Sarah Greatorex 4.99 miles Family on foot – the Jamieson family 3km Youngest on foot and overall – Conrad Jamieson 3km Ridden: Overall most miles – Lynda Warth 32km Youngest rider – Grace 16km Most mature but elegant – Joan...

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Babraham Footpath number 10

Posted by on May 21, 2011 in Uncategorized |

Following their successful application to Cambridgeshire County Council for the modification of the Stapleford to Babraham track to a bridleway, SDBG has been involved in an appeal against the County Council’s decision not to uphold our application for a modification order for the Babraham Road, Sawston to Rowley Lane track. After reviewing our...

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Multi-user tracks in the area

Posted by on Nov 21, 2010 in Uncategorized |

The tracks on Newton Hill and from Stapleford to Magog Down are now completed. The former is in constant use. Two things have arisen from these tracks: * The track in Newton has led to the County Council working with the parish councils and, funding permitting, they are hoping to put in more track from Little Shelford to the bridleway on Whittlesford Road...

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