NEWS IN BRIEF: The Galway Cycle Bus has won runner-up for Climate & Community Initiatives at the Pride of Place awards.
A Cycle Bus helps children get safely to school where the infrastructure does not allow for them to cycle in safely and comfort normally. There’s now a number of Cycle Buses set up around the country.
The group said: “Delighted to have won runner-up for Climate & Community Initiatives at the Pride of Place awards. Here’s a little video of how we work! We’ve also created a planning document for any other community who would like to create their own Cycle Bus. Find it at: galwaycyclebus.weebly.com.”
Delighted to have won runner-up for Climate & Community Initiatives at the Pride of Place awards.
Here's a little video of how we work! We've also created a planning document for any other community who would like to create their own cyclebus. Find it at: https://t.co/GKNSOtw8cp pic.twitter.com/Dc2efLmmgv
— Galway School Cycle Bus (@cycle_bus) November 21, 2020
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