Whitley Bay students show their pedal power

During June 2016 13 students and four adults took part in a charity cycle riding from Workington to Tynemouth over three days. They raised over �2000 for four different charities (Teenage Cancer Trust, Dementia UK, Alzheimer's association and the Little Princesses Trust). All students were part of the Sixth Form at Whitley Bay High School.

During June 2016 13 students and four adults took part in a charity cycle riding from Workington to Tynemouth over three days. They raised over �2000 for four different charities (Teenage Cancer Trust, Dementia UK, Alzheimer's association and the Little Princesses Trust). All students were part of the Sixth Form at Whitley Bay High School.

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Sixth form students have been having too grand a time after getting on their bikes for charity.

A group of 13 students and four adults took part in a charity cycle ride from Workington to Tynemouth over three days in June.

And their efforts raised more than £2,000 for four different charities – the Teenage Cancer Trust, Dementia UK, the Alzheimer’s Society and the Little Princess Trust.

All of the students taking part attend the sixth form at Whitley Bay High School.