North Leeds: Pupils are in gear for challenge

Pupils and staff from Gateways School during their challenge.
Pupils and staff from Gateways School during their challenge.
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A team of cyclists from a Leeds school have got on their bikes to raise hundreds of pounds for charity.

Pupils and staff from Gateways School left Wetherby for the eighth cycle tour which saw them clock up 90 miles over two days through north Yorkshire.

The cyclists visited National Trust site Beningbrough Hall on their way back to the school.

Esther Wood, who has taken part in two previous cycle tours, said: “It helped me prepare for tough challenges where you just need to get your head down and just keep going.” The challenge has raised more than £745 this year to add to the total of £17,000 over the years to support charities.

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