Mengham Junior School pupils took part in a “Cycle Quiz” to think of as many good reasons as possible for traveling by bicycle. They came up with a fabulous total of 51 reasons why. Take a look at the list below, and if you can come up with any more good reasons, why don’t you tell Cycle Hayling about them? Just email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and if they’re good reasons for travelling by bicycle, they will be added to the list! Continue reading “Good Reasons to travel by Bicycle”
We’ve created a treasure hunt as part of the Hayling Billy 50 commemoration. You can use it at any time and we’ve designed it so you can cycle it, walk it, ride it or even run it!
You can download the treasure hunt and find out more about it from this download page.
If you know someone else that might be interested, please let them know about it.
At the invitation of Headteacher Wendy Bolton, Cycle Hayling helped stage a cycling event on 11th June that involved all the pupils with bikes.
We work alongside other organisations campaigning for safe routes to schools. In particular, we’ve been working with:
- Hampshire County Council Minor Works Team – the team that resurfaced Footpath 88 and which will be implementing further improvements to the Safe Route to Schools network
- Hampshire County Council Travel Team– which is helping us:
- Explore and make a case for additional safe routes to school
- Donate prizes for school cycling competitions
- Living Streets – the national, pedestrians’ charity which we hope will be a source of funding for the Footpath 88 extension to the Mill Rythe Schools
And, of course, the schools involved:
- Mengham Junior School
- Mengham Infant School (site under development)
- Mill Rythe Junior School
- Mill Rythe Infant School
We wanted to record our official thanks for all the time and effort they are putting in to improve cycle routes to the schools on Hayling Island.