THE people of St Neots are being called into action next week to help win the town a share of £50million of funding. The cash windfall would pay for a new cycle and foot bridge over the River Great Ouse, but only if the town gets voting for the project. As revealed in The Hunts Post at the beginning of October, the money is available as part of an ITV1 programme called The People's £50 Million Lottery Giveaway. But to secure the cash the people of St Neots will need to get voting for the Connect2 project, an initiative organised by the sustainable transport charity, Sustrans. Online voting begins on Monday (November 26) and telephone voting will take place between December 7 and 10 - so make sure you make your vote count. If successful, St Neots will get funding for a bridge that will link Eaton Socon and Eynesbury and help to revitalise walking and cycling in the town. Cllr Bob Eaton, town mayor, said it was time for St Neots to pull together and help secure funding for the bridge.