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Youngsters showcase their cycling skills

Cycling for charity at Pocklington Community Junior School

Cycling for charity at Pocklington Community Junior School

Young cyclists at Pocklington Community Junior School showcased their skills to help raise funds for charity.

Children at the school came dressed in their cycling gear for a day and cycled through a circuit set up in the school’s playground. They also had a go at cycling under a limbo stick.

Each pupil made a donation on the day to take part in the activities.

Sue Yeates, from the school, said: “They thought it was wonderful. It was quite a challenging circuit, it wasn’t easy.”

The youngsters helped raise £126 for the charity Cash for Kids, which is supported by Viking FM. They presented a cheque for £126 to the radio station’s mascot ‘Courage’ recently, on the same day a stunt bike display team visited the school.

The M.A.D team entertained youngsters by performing stunts in the playground.

 
 
 

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