Pedal power

Pupils at a St Neots school have been treated to a new cycle rack, courtesy of Cambridgeshire County Council. The cycle rack was presented to Priory Junior School as part of the council s safer routes to school project with the aim of giving children a

Pupils at a St Neots school have been treated to a new cycle rack, courtesy of Cambridgeshire County Council.

The cycle rack was presented to Priory Junior School as part of the council's safer routes to school project with the aim of giving children a healthier future.

Priory Junior school has been active in promoting cycling and walking to school and has used handheld computers and a special musical presentation to highlight the benefits of an active lifestyle.

Acting deputy headteacher, Kevin Sadler, pictured with acting headteacher Tracy Gould and pupils, said: "Only three of our pupils used to cycle here but the number has now shot up to 20."


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