ED’s Cycle Co-op was delighted that around 20 schools, over 2,500 pupils across Scotland took part in our Simultaneous bike bell ringing Guinness World Record attempt on European Car Free Day, 22nd September 2010.
Every nursery and primary in Bishopbriggs took part, as well Turnbull High School and other schools across Scotland in:
- East Renfrewshire;
- and Edinburgh.
Check out our short video with with clips from schools in Bishopriggs, Moray, Aberdeen and the lve webcast into the Scottish Learning Festival, Learning Teaching Scotland’s annual conference, at the SECC, Glasgow.
With additional thanks to:
- Inspector John O’Neil, Strathclyde Police
- Gordon Currie, Head of Education, East Dunbartonshire Council
- Neil Roxburgh, Enterprise Development Officer, EDC
- Jan Pollok, Quality Improvement Officer, EDC
- Fiona Brodie & Lyndsey Jackson, Active Schools Co-ordinators, EDC
- Jane Britten, Leslie Horton, Alasdair Macdonald, Sustrans volunteers;
- ED’s Cycle Co-op cycle trainers, cycle mechanics and volunteers;
- and all the nursery, primary and secondary pupils, their teachers and parents at the participating schools across Scotland.
Technical support from:
- Bryan McQueen. Dillglove cycling gear and accessories
- Mark Colquhoun, Solid Rock Cycles, Balmore, East Dunbartonshire.
- Tam McCook, Glasgow City Printers
- Ian MacNicol, Ian MacNicol Images
- Felix Gilfedder, Andy Green and Peter Gerard, Accidental Media