2019 Sponsors and Supporters
We are sorry to share the news that this summer’s Mayors Day Out in August has been postponed until further notice.
As a local authority, Cambridge City Council, which runs the trip, has frontline responsibilities in times of crisis and is working hard to support local residents. Our immediate focus has to be on supporting our community through this difficult time, particularly those who are frail and vulnerable.
For more information about coronavirus and how to protect yourself, including guidance from the NHS, please visit the following links:
NHS Guidance on Coronavirus https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Government Guidance on Coronavirus https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Thanks to our local community, supporters and performers for their patience and support in this time. We hope we are able to plan something as soon as this is over, we will keep you posted.
In a city tradition going back three decades, thousands of Cambridge’s retired citizens have enjoyed The Mayor’s Day Out over the years. The annual coach trip, provided by Cambridge City Council always includes a visit to the seaside and an afternoon show at the local theatre.
Most popularly is the is a treasured chance to meet up with old friends, meet new people and enjoy the sunshine and a show in good company.
'Mayors day out was memorable day for all who took part in it. It is an important event on the Mayors calendar, greatly appreciated and looked forward to by the people who take part in it. I have since met many of our residents who took part in this trip and they were so grateful and delighted to have had such a wonderful day out. My wife and I throughly enjoyed the day, we had the best fish and chips ever and we had wonderful entertainment during the the trip and in Great Yarmouth. It gives me such a great pleasure to see so many of our residents having such a lovely time' - George Pippas, Mayor of Cambridge
“I just love it – a day out by the seaside, a good walk about, and of course fish and chips." - Mary Wood, 80, has made the seaside pilgrimage 20-plus times
“I've been on the trip before, as a councillor, and it's such a nice idea, and very well organised. I really enjoyed the day." - Cllr Benstead