mill-road.com is owned and
maintained by Mill Road Bridges,
a volunteer community group serving Petersfield & Romsey wards in Cambridge, England
About Mill Road Bridges and mill-road.com
Who we are
Mill Road Bridges has about 200 members and is run by a volunteer Steering Committee. Feel free to write us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Neil Perry, President
(Ceri Littlechild, rep. CCC)
How we started
The initial idea for Mill Road Bridges came from Caroline Biggs, City Council Community Development Officer who brought together some like-minded people who wanted to see an organisation that covered the full length of the Road and brought together all who live or work there.
From the very beginning the idea was to encourage communication between groups and individuals in as many ways as possible and to celebrate and protect all that makes this area valued by those who know it.
Suzy Oakes, leading figure in the creation and organisation of the Mill Road Winter Fair and a founder member of MRB, was a passionate believer in this organisation, and, as far as we can remember, it was she who came up with the name, believing that whilst the railway bridge can be seen as the boundary between Romsey and Petersfield, bridges also link people together as the organisation sets out to do.
When Suzy died in 2011 she bequeathed her website, mill-road.com, to Mill Road Bridges, who seek to carry on the work she started.
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Mill Road Bridges reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions.
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About this site
Designer/editor/webmaster Pamela Wesson
Shops & Services content and Arts&Culture content: Ceri Littlechild email@example.com
Street signs Michael Beesley
Mill Road Bridges logo Sam Motherwell
mill-road.com logo ??? Please write if you know.
This site was created in Adobe Muse and is hosted on Business Catalyst. © 2014 Mill Road Bridges
Brings together different Mill Road community groups, independent traders, and residents
Promotes the interests and rich cultural diversity of Mill Road and its environs
Mill Road Bridges is open to anyone with an interest in the Mill Road neighborhood. Please sign up and we will invite you to the next open meeting or event.
Mill Road Bridges and mill-road.com have no religious or political affiliation. © 2014 mill road bridges
Website : firstname.lastname@example.org