Raising your concerns and looking after your interests

BruNK is involved in many issues - these are just a few of them

Election Hustings 17th April

Are you undecided? We are proud to be involved with Christ Church in Newmarket Road in organising an Elections Hustings event on 17th April. Doors open 7:45pm for 8pm start.  It's a great opportunity to meet the candidates for the post of City MP and ask them questions.  Here is a poster with more information.  Please invite your friends and colleagues to come and hear from the parliamentary candidates too.  Questions are invited in advance to: hustings@christchurchcambridge.org.uk

Strawberry Fair 2015

Saturday June 6th is the 41st Strawberry Fair held as usual on Midsummer Common. On the Friday evening there are two events, a comedy event on the common, and in the Buddhist Centre on Newmarket Road a Festival of Short Films. As usual BruNK have been involved as a stakeholder in meetings with the Council and fair organisers where issues with the previous fair are discussed and problems are ironed out before the latest event takes place. more...

20mph speed limit and compliance

The councils have now made the improvements to the 20mph signage in Maid's Causeway / Newmarket Road. BruNK has previously been active with Community Speedwatch monitoring. more.

HCV's using Maid's Causeway & Newmarket Road West &

We are lobbying the authorities to prevent restricted delivery vehicles using this illegally as a through route. more...

Planning Issues

Planning issues are perennial. Residents of Auckland Road are concerned with plans for development of the old NHS site there. more...

Midsummer Common

We work closely with Friends of Midsummer Common & City Council regarding illegal parking, general maintenance, mowing and better management of events. more...

BruNK and Community Speedwatch

BruNK volunteers last ran two weeks of Community Speedwatch operations in the area in July / August 2011.   The aim was to raise driver awareness of the 20mph limit. More are planned. more...

Contact us

If you wish to send us a message, you may use the contact form (see 'Contact' on the left hand menu) where you can also sign up for our occasional emails, or simply email: chair (at) brunk.org.uk