Standing room only at packed presentations
Over 150 residents from Shepreth, Meldreth, Barrington, Orwell, Whaddon and Martin crammed into Shepreth Village Hall on Tuesday 25th to hear our Chairman Sebastian Kindersley, technical expert Brian Bell and CBRR Co-founder James Paxman present the case for the CBRR route. The lively discussion that followed lasted longer than the talk itself. Also present was Royston Crow journalist Bianca Wild and the Meeting was the front page headline story in the Crow. Thursday night saw over 120 at Guilden Morden VH with Councillor Heather Williams and residents from both Mordens, Wendy, Croydon and Litlington attending
Aidan Van de Weyer
(Deputy Leader, South Cambridgeshire District Council)

“The vitality of the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford corridor is crucial to the future prosperity of the whole country. We need to make bold investments in infrastructure to support that growth and make it sustainable. The East West Railway is the most important piece of the jigsaw, so we've got to work together and get it right by looking at what all the options can bring.”