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27 June 2002

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Cycle Challenge
St Jerome’s Primary School in Formby was the home of this years five mile Cycle Challenge event. The annual event that is in its 10th year was organized by the Sefton Travel Awareness and Safety Team. More than 100 people followed the route that took them around the National Trust to Lifeboat Road Car Park and then past St Luke's Church, then back again to the school. The organizer said “It is all to promote a cleaner and healthier way to traveling to work and to school. This event as you can see was a huge success and we hope that from this, that more people will cycle to school and to work freeing up the roads and creating a heather nation in the long run.” On the playground meeting the finishing riders was a barbecue organized by St Jerome’s PTA, and DJ. The DJ said “It is a fun event that will get more people to cycle and that has to be good!” 
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