Walk to School Week success
Pupils across the Caerphilly ditched the car and bus and opted for two-legged transport as they took part in ‘Walk to School Week’.
More than 8,000 children from 24 schools participated in the annual event. Schools reported less congestion and organised activities such as ‘walking buses’ were very well attended - despite the wind and rain!
Schools with travel plans were also given resources to help make the week a success, including pedometers to record how far the children walked.
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