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Sawston Greenway

By Anne Charteris Babraham Parish Council

Tuesday, 15 November 2022


Babraham Parish Council Contributor


Sawston Greenway

Greenway public engagement programme kicks off today (14 November)

The public engagement programme for the Sawston Greenway kicks off today (14 November) with people encouraged to share their views on the proposed designs.

The Sawston Greenway will provide safer and better routes for people walking, cycling and, where appropriate, horse-riding between Sawston, Stapleford, Great Shelford and Addenbrooke’s/Biomedical Campus.

Engagement on the Greenway begins today – midday, 14 November – and closes at midday on Friday 9 December.

There will be a virtual event on Wednesday 23 November via Zoom and a public drop-in event at Mill Lane Pavilion on Wednesday 30 November. You can register for the virtual event here.

To find out more and share your views with us please visit the following website:

Your feedback will be considered as part of further design and planning work and ongoing engagement with landowners along the route.

The engagement we are launching today is part of a rolling programme across the 12 Greenways routes in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire. It follows our recent Autumn engagement on the Melbourn and Barton Greenways.

This will give communities an opportunity to shape how each will look, aiming to provide better walking and cycling connections, and cater to equestrians where appropriate.

For more information about the Greenways project and to view the designs visit

Have your say on the Sawston Greenway before midday 9th December

Contact Information

Anne Charteris

  • 01799531827
  • 07890512309

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