STUDENTS COMPLETED A CHARITY CYCLE RIDE AND DEMONSTRATED BUILDING SKILLS AT AN OPEN DAY AT KING’S LYNN’S NOVA TRAINING.
Learners took part in a virtual bike ride to London, taking turns to complete the 100-mile journey on an exercise bike, with sponsorship money going to Scotty’s Little Soldiers. Centre manager Ruth Taylor said: “The day went really well. We had the re-opening of our construction area which the students have been helping set up as they are so excited to have it back. “We biked a total of 102 miles over five hours 33 minutes, average speed 18.5 miles an hour."
“We had lots of people visit and two new sign-ups for August start."
“All the students had a great day, each student taking responsibility for different activities. The students constantly biked and really got into the spirit of the day.”
The cycle ride raised £47 on the day but more donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/nova-trainingkl