Durham youngsters supe their shoes for Sport Relief

Framwellgate School Durham pupils Frankie Williams, Harrison Lee,  Emily Mitford, Heather Wallace, Olivia Burns, Amy Chamberlain, Emily Barr, Samantha Adamson and Natasha Dowson with their suped up shoes

Framwellgate School Durham pupils Frankie Williams, Harrison Lee, Emily Mitford, Heather Wallace, Olivia Burns, Amy Chamberlain, Emily Barr, Samantha Adamson and Natasha Dowson with their suped up shoes

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The Northern Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter (Durham)

SCHOOL children suped up their shoes to raise money for charity.

Youngsters from Framwellgate School Durham took part in a shoe decorating competition and donned their colourful creations to walk a mile in aid of Sport Relief last Friday (March 21).

The initiative was part of the Living Streets Walk to School campaign.

Deputy headteacher Peter Connor said: “Our pupils have really enjoyed taking part in the Living Streets Walk to School campaign.

“This event has really helped the group share the messages about the benefits of walking to everyone within the school whilst encouraging their peers to do their bit for Sport Relief.”

Pupil Heather Wallace added: “I really enjoyed doing this and made some new friends along the way.”

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