Friends of St Matthew’s Piece have a new supporter – Super Matt the Super Squirrel – in their campaign to protect their small Petersfield park.
Developers want to build a block of student flats that will crouch over the former Howard Mallett Centre like a spaceship landing.
The campaign’s new character Super Matt the Super Squirrel lives in one of the trees that will be destroyed if the developers get their way. He is warning neighbours in Petersfield about the threat.
And he’s urging them to sign up for the Friends of St Matthew’s Piece supporters’ email list. This will help co-ordinate community action when the developers put in their planning application.
“We want our beautiful trees, not a hulking block of flats,” says Janet Wright, of Friends of St Matthew’s Piece.
“Petersfield has less public open space than any other part of Cambridge, and very few trees. We can’t afford to lose any.”
Friends of St Matthew’s Piece can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or followed and liked on Facebook.
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Please do sign up for the Friends of St Matthew’s Piece supporters’ email list – this will bring you a monthly e-bulletin with campaign updates. We won’t flood your in-box – promise! Friends of St Matthew’s Piece will also then be able to let you know when the planning application has come in, and – most important of all – how to respond most effectively. In Common Cause!