Tour De France fever strikes as trophy comes to Huntingdonshire

12:41 07 March 2014

Ernulf Academy headteacher Scott Preston and Longsands Academy headteacher Rick Carroll with (from left-right) Longsands pupils Sam Harding and Abbey Foster.

Ernulf Academy headteacher Scott Preston and Longsands Academy headteacher Rick Carroll with (from left-right) Longsands pupils Sam Harding and Abbey Foster.

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The challenge may be four months away, but Tour de France fever has already begun in Huntingdonshire.

Residents gathered excitedly to catch a glimpse of the official Grand Depart trophy at One Leisure, St Neots, and Hinchingbrooke School today (Friday).

The tour has included areas of Yorkshire and Essex and it will now continue its journey to London.

INFORMATION: For more, visit www.letour.yorkshire.com.

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