Grange Nursery & Infant School, situated on the Prospect Estate in Farnborough have launched a community cycling project with Rushmoor Borough Council. Several unwanted and out grown bicycles were collected from the Business Park by CMPP and donated to the scheme. The initiative is to help parents go on organised family rides around quiet areas of Farnborough. Many of them don’t ride bicycles at present, so the plan is to also run cycling courses at the school. The hope is to encourage more families to get out and about thus promoting family cohesion, health & well being of all concerned.
Farnborough tenants donate bicycles to the local community
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