Trim trail hopes to get kids moving

Leigh Journal: The aim of the equipment is to keep the children active and healthy The aim of the equipment is to keep the children active and healthy

A BID to get kids active has seen a school awarded thousands of pounds to build a timber trail.

Gilded Hollins Community School in Leigh is benefiting from new outdoor equipment that can be used all year round.

The school received £9,950 from Awards for All England from the National Lottery to build the trail which includes stepping stones, balancing pieces and a separate log labyrinth.

Angela Coates, who volunteers at the school, said: “The aim of the equipment is to keep the children active and healthy.

“Trails are the perfect way to get children outdoors and encourage exercise.”

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