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Saddle up! Youngsters take to two wheels for Bike to School week

PUBLISHED: 15:24 29 September 2020

Isaac at the Learn and Ride session with Mollie McCulloch of Sustrans. Picture: Andrew Baker

Isaac at the Learn and Ride session with Mollie McCulloch of Sustrans. Picture: Andrew Baker

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More than 300 pupils will be learning how to cycle as the delayed 2020 Bike to School week gets under way.

The national ride-to-school initiative, which was rescheduled from its usual spot in May due to Covid-19, will see cycle training delivered in 25 Barking and Dagenham schools.

Lessons will be carried out by Vandome Cycles, on behalf of Be First and Barking and Dagenham Council.

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Be First’s Funmi Atolagbe said: “Bike to School week is a great way for children, parents and teachers to give travelling to and from school by bike a go.”

Sustrans is encouraging people to take up cycling in Becontree Heath.

It is running learn to ride sessions in Valence Park every Friday until October 30.

For details visit greeningthefiddlers.org/upcoming-activities or email hana.goodman@sustrans.org.uk


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