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Suffolk’s Walk to School Week

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Tens of thousands of children and students from across Suffolk are playing their part as ‘Walk to School Week’ continues.

118 Primary Schools from across the county are taking part in the challenge, which has been set by Keep Moving Suffolk.

Lowestoft’s Red Oak Primary School is amongst those taking part – as more than 32,000 children get involved, with different activities planned each day.

More details about Walk to School Week and other challenges and ways to help you keep moving… just go to: www.keepmovingsuffolk.com/challenges/


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