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Nightingale Avenue: the Trim Trail is coming

by Amanda Taylor on 8 September, 2013

Cambridge City Council has formally agreed to spend £30,000 of developer contributions on a new trim trail and outdoor gym equipment for Nightingale Avenue Recreation Ground.  The design will be discussed at the forthcoming South Area meeting on 6th September, to be held at Homerton College (Alison Shrubsole room). There has been a public consultation […]

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Not just for children…

by Amanda Taylor on 20 May, 2013

Nightingale Recreation Ground is going to have a trim trail, which will give people of all ages the opportunity to keep fit in the open air. This is being funded by building developers’ ‘Section 106’ contributions. A trim trail was one of the ideas put forward by residents at a seminar last autumn on ideas for […]

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