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Free Bike security marking

...with Cheshire Constabulary and Dr Bike to get you ready to cycle.
Sat 21 March 2015, 10-12, Crewe town centre, nr M&S.
Bring your bike for some TLC!

'Cheshire Cat 2015!' Event

Sunday 29 March, Queens Park, Crewe
Over 3,000 cyclists take part in the 50, 80 and 105 mile Cheshire Cat events each year.
This year, we're delighted to be teaming up with organisers Kilo To Go where we have added 7-mile family fun rides and entertainment to the day.

Find out more and sign up at www.allchangeforcrewe.co.uk/smartertravel and http://www.kilotogo.com/ Ready to Cycle

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Miss Pitchford: Sun 18 Nov 4:42pm

What a brilliant week we had last week! It started with the Remembrance assembly in school and I was so proud of how well everybody sat and listened in the assembly and showed their respect by standing quietly outside while the wreath was layed. We spent time talking about the importance of Remembrance day and why it is a very special day for many people, we then made our own handprint poppies...