Cycling has never been easier says St Helens councillor

Billy and Zak think bikes are best

Billy and Zak think bikes are best

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CYCLISTS of all ages are being encouraged to get on their bikes like smiling duo Billy and Zak who are enjoying the newly provided storage facilities for two wheelers at the Shining Lights Community Centre within the grounds of Sutton Manor Primary School.

The school and the centre are working with Sustrans, the national charity that promotes cycling, walking and sustainable travel.

St Helens Council’s Cabinet Member Councillor Richard McCauley said: “We’re making it as easy as possible for people to use their bikes. The health and environmental benefits of cycling are beyond doubt.”

The new facilities have been funded by the Department for Transport’s Local Sustainable Transport Fund and installed by St Helens Council.

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1:53pm Thu 17 Apr 14

fatherjessup says...

I used to enjoy keeping fit by riding my old bike until some scumbag pinched it while i was in the post office collecting my pension. Now i cant afford another. Thanks.
I used to enjoy keeping fit by riding my old bike until some scumbag pinched it while i was in the post office collecting my pension. Now i cant afford another. Thanks. fatherjessup
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