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Following the news from Manchester Daniel Zeichner said:

"I know the thoughts of everyone in Cambridge are with the families who have tragically lost loved ones.

Terror has struck once again in one of our great cities. Today it is right to take time out to mourn and to reflect but also to celebrate the work of our emergency services and restate that we all have more in common than that which divides us."

Mr Zeichner has invited candidates and members of the public to a short vigil at 11am outside the Guildhall.

Cambridge vigil for victims of Manchester attack

Following the news from Manchester Daniel Zeichner said: "I know the thoughts of everyone in Cambridge are with the families who have tragically lost loved ones.

David Lammy, who has been MP for Tottenham since 2000 and Cambridge's Daniel Zeichner hopped aboard one of the first commuter trains to London leaving Cambridge North on Monday 22 May, at 10.51am.

David Lammy and Daniel Zeichner co-chair the London Stansted Cambridge Consortium Parliamentary Group, which has consistently called for rail improvements between Cambridge and London for many years.

Daniel Zeichner said: “I am delighted to welcome David to Cambridge to finally celebrate the opening of the much awaited Cambridge North station.

“The work done by the LSCC group has ensured that Cambridge North is now ready to go and we will be hopping on one of the first trains to leave the station to celebrate this important landmark.

"Cambridge North will cut travel time for people working at the Science Park and I believe help transform the north of our city."

Full steam ahead at Cambridge North as David Lammy climbs aboard.

David Lammy, who has been MP for Tottenham since 2000 and Cambridge's Daniel Zeichner hopped aboard one of the first commuter trains to London leaving Cambridge North on Monday 22...

Daniel Zeichner took an hour out from campaigning to volunteer with Cambridge FoodCycle, a community group which serves a delicious lunch at Wesley Methodist Church every Saturday. They also serve hot food every first and third Wednesday evening of the month and Barnwell Baptist Church and on the last Thursday of the month at the Arbury Road Baptist Church.
 
The initiative is backed by the Jo Cox Foundation, which has asked all Parliamentary candidates to take an hour out of their busy campaign schedule to visit a community project that works to bring people together in their area. This is part of The Great Get Together, a project that has been inspired by Jo’s life.
Daniel Zeichner said: “It’s lovely to be be able to join the amazing volunteers at Cambridge FoodCycle this weekend.
 
“Having worked closely with them during my time representing Cambridge over the last two years I appreciate the opportunity to put a shift in and show that we really do have more that unites us than divides us - just like Jo would have wanted.”

Daniel Zeichner takes time out from campaign to join local community project

Daniel Zeichner took an hour out from campaigning to volunteer with Cambridge FoodCycle, a community group which serves a delicious lunch at Wesley Methodist Church every Saturday. They also serve...


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