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Cambridge Recreation and Sports

Aspire Badminton Club

An inclusive badminton club in Cambridge, providing accessible badminton for everyone.

Cambridge Allotments Network

Information about allotment sites in Cambridge plus events, plot map and society contacts.

Cambridge Bridge Club

Details of club games and competitions with news, venue location and results.

Cambridge Climbing and Caving Club

Features climbing and caving events. Includes trip report, diary of activities, and club overview.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign

Organisation of volunteers who represent and campaign for the rights of cyclists in and around Cambridge.

Cambridge Dive Centre

A scuba diving centre for the Cambridge area, offering training, equipment sales, a dive club, and a range of trips both in the UK and abroad during the year. Includes details of their services and contacts.

Cambridge Fencing Club

A three weapon club for both sexes. Includes courses offered, term fees and competition results.

Cambridge Lawn Tennis Club

A tennis club with 17 courts. View coaching details and competitions plus how to join.

Cambridge Rugby Club

Details of the seven teams plus results and fixture. Includes club news and images.

Cambridge Volleyball Club

Volleyball for all abilities from beginners to national league. Club details and how to join plus the current teams and their playing location.

City Cycle Hire

A bike rental service for tourists, students, residents, and visitors to Cambridge; with prices and how to book.

City of Cambridge Swimming Club

Club details and competition results plus squad training, membership and newsletters.

Gog Magog Golf Club

Showcases two golf courses, practice facilities, pro shop, and clubhouse.

Nuffield Road Allotment Society

There are 83 designated plots, including a mixture of whole, half and quarter plots.

Romsey Town & District Gardening Society

Manages two allotment sites on opposite sides of Coldham’s Lane in Cambridge. In addition to the plots of members and community groups, the Fairfax Road site has a wildlife area and the Stourbridge Grove site has a community orchard and barbecue area, and a meeting hut which also houses a shop selling a wide variety of allotment supplies.

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