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Kids to get on their bikes

The Coalfields regeneration Trust present a cheque to the Y2K project in Dalkeith. L-R Pauline Grandison, Sharon Stoddart,Cathy Gow-Logan, Tommy Campbell, Liz Campbell and MSP Colin Beattie.

The Coalfields regeneration Trust present a cheque to the Y2K project in Dalkeith. L-R Pauline Grandison, Sharon Stoddart,Cathy Gow-Logan, Tommy Campbell, Liz Campbell and MSP Colin Beattie.

Youngsters can enjoy the thrills of mountain biking, after Mayfield and Easthouses Youth 2000 project received £6,700 from the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.

The cash will buy 10 top-of-the-range mountain bikes, along with helmets and repair kits, and make the bikes available to local young people who don’t have one of their own. Pictured, from left, are Pauline Grandison of the CRT and Y2K staff Sharon Stoddart, Cathy Gow-Logan, Tommy Campbel and Liz Campbell receiving their cheque from MSP Colin Beattie.

 

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