Welwyn Hatfield pupils celebrate Walk to School Month
YOUNGSTERS from a Welwyn Hatfield school took part in the county s first ever walking taxi last week marking Walk to School Month. St John s JMI CE School, Lemsford, which has a daily Walking Bus, went a
YOUNGSTERS from a Welwyn Hatfield school took part in the county's first ever walking taxi last week marking Walk to School Month.
St John's JMI CE School, Lemsford, which has a daily Walking Bus, went a step further from a Walking Bus last week, starting its very own Walking Taxi.
Designed to accommodate children who come from different areas and cannot make the Walking Bus which starts by the Sun Inn pub, the Walking Taxi is a smaller version of the Walking Bus.
Both pupil powered transportation methods will be leaving at 8.45am each morning.
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