Support Us

Your support could be vital to our campaign – If you would like to support us this is how you can help.

Letter writing

In order to have your voice heard it is important to write letters/emails to the people that represent us. We have a letter writing guide to help with key points to raise and a list of appropriate people to contact. If you do receive a response it would be very helpful to receive a copy of it for reference purposes. Please email us with copies.

Below is the list of email addresses of the people to contact –

Grant Shapps MP
Secretary of State for Transport:
shappsg@parliament.uk

Chris Heaton-Harris MP
Rail Minister
POCorrespondence@dft.gov.uk

Robert Jenrick MP
Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government:
https://forms.communites.gov.uk

Chris Pincher MP
Housing Minister
chris.pincher.mp@parliament.uk

Anthony Browne MP
South Cambridgeshire:
anthony.browne.mp@parliament.uk

Astrazenica
Dr. Andrew Williams, VP Cambridge Programme and Strategy:
andrew.williams@astrazeneca.com

Mayor Nik Johnson
Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough:
nik.johnson@cambridgeshirepeterborough-ca.gov.uk

Cllr Bridget Smith
Leader of South Cambs District Council
Cllr.BridgetSmith@scambs.gov.uk

John Torlesse
Natural England
John.Torlesse@naturalengland.org.uk

Your local parish, district or county councillors

East West Rail Company
contact@eastwestrail.co.uk
also:simon.blanchflower@eastwestrail.co.uk
Rishi Sunak MP
Chancellor
ceu.enquiries@hmtreasury.gov.uk


Sign the petition

The petition was created by CBRR (CamBedRailRoad) and is asking for a full and fair consultation of a northern approach.

‘We, the undersigned, request that the Department for Transport ensures that the proposal for a Northern route for the Central Section of the East West Rail, such as that proposed by CamBedRailRoad with widespread support amongst residents of South Cambridgeshire, is fairly evaluated at the same time and to the same degree as alternative routes proposed by East West Rail Company’

It has now surpassed 10,000 signatures – Anyone over the age of 16 can sign irrespective of location, This is a nationally significant infrastructure project and as taxpayers we should be demanding value for money and the best route chosen for all communities affected – see our objectives page to understand more.


Join or start your own village/resident action group

If you’d like to get your village or even just your road involved in supporting our work, we have created a helpful campaign kit which includes leaflets, signs, print at home posters and information to update your village website or to go into your village magazine. With these tools you should be able to get your campaign up and running in no time and we are also available to help with any questions or queries. 

Please get in touch if you need more support.


Attend a webinar/local meeting

We often run local webinars and anyone is free to join.
> Find a webinar


Volunteer today!

Without the work of our volunteers we would not be where we are today. If you’d like to help please get in contact,  we always need help with delivering leaflets, putting up signs, or if you have a useful skill set that we could utilise please get in contact, many hands make light work!     

We would like to thank everyone that has volunteered, signed the petition, written letters, put up signs and donated. Your support means the world.


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