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New shelters aim to get more pupils on their bikes
Two Liversedge schools have been given new bike shelters to encourage their pupils to cycle to class.
Kirklees Council has installed the shelters at Norristhorpe J&I School and Roberttown CE J&I School, where pupils have completed Bikeability Cycle Training.
They have been funded through the Congestion Performance Fund and Sustrans.
Coun Cathy Scott, cabinet member for streetscene and housing, said: “The shelters will help to encourage children to cycle to school and lead a healthy lifestyle by providing a storage solution for their bikes. This will help ease congestion on our roads at school drop-off and pick up times.”