Have you always wanted to visit the Cambridge Colleges?

The annual Bridge the Gap charity walk through the Colleges and University grounds takes place on Sunday of the Open Cambridge weekend. 

Each year around 2,700 people participate in this scenic, five-mile charity walk through the City’s historic College and University grounds. A wheelchair-friendly, pushchair-friendly and family-friendly event, Bridge the Gap attracts walkers of all ages, many of them participating as families and community groups as well as corporate teams.  The 2013 route featured  Magdalene, St John’s, Clare, King’s, St Catharine’s, Pembroke, Downing, Emmanuel, and Jesus Colleges, as well as the Polar Museum, which opened its doors especially for the day. Registered guides from the Society of Cambridge Tourist Guides were on hand to talk about the history of the Colleges and grounds.

Bridge the Gap brings together some of the best of Cambridge for the whole community to enjoy. Join us on Sunday 14 September 2014 for this scenic day out and help us reach our goal of raising £50,000 in support of Arthur Rank Hospice and Press Relief, two charities directly benefiting our local community.

Level access arranged for Bridge the Gap participants using wheelchairs and pushchairs.

Volunteer for Bridge the Gap

Thank you to everyone who volunteered as a route steward last  year.  Look out for more volunteering opportunities as part of the Cambridge Science Festival, Open Cambridge and  Festival of Ideas