Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge – Cambridge News

 Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge   Cambridge News
6 Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge   Cambridge News
Cambridge News
 Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge   Cambridge News
Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge
Cambridge News
A landmark deal has got proposals for a £25 million water sports park north of Cambridge – which have been stalled for six years – back on track. The planning permission for Cambridge Sport Lakes, a 220-acre complex between Milton and Waterbeach, can
Cambridge Sport Lakes £25m complex a 'step closer'BBC News

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 Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge   Cambridge News
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Café shuts up shop for new water sports build to begin
Peterborough Telegraph
Visitors are lamenting the loss of a popular rest-stop, as work on a £1.8 million water sports complex starts to take shape. Staff wound down the Lakeside Café this week, after 10 years of business on the banks of Gunwade Lake, in Ferry Meadows Country

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 Deal signed for £25 million water sports centre north of Cambridge   Cambridge News
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