Cycle action raises £1,000

Haven High School staff and pupils handing over �1,000 to Action for Children, raised by cycling from Boston to Lincoln.'L-R Sheila Lymer - Action for Children Boston co-ordinator, Kyle McMurroy 16, Alex Sharman 15, Joseph Kemp - teacher, Jonathan Langley - learning mentor, Ben Burton 16, Josh Fixter 16, Lucy Warren 15, Colin Shepherdson - Action for Children Boston Support Group treasurer.

Haven High School staff and pupils handing over �1,000 to Action for Children, raised by cycling from Boston to Lincoln.'L-R Sheila Lymer - Action for Children Boston co-ordinator, Kyle McMurroy 16, Alex Sharman 15, Joseph Kemp - teacher, Jonathan Langley - learning mentor, Ben Burton 16, Josh Fixter 16, Lucy Warren 15, Colin Shepherdson - Action for Children Boston Support Group treasurer.

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Pupils and teachers at Haven High Technology College showed some real pedal power when they cycled to Lincoln to raise £1,000 for charity.

The money was presented to the chosen charity Action for Children on Friday.

Pictured, from left, are: Sheila Lymer, Action for Children Boston co-ordinator, Kyle McMurroy, 16, Alex Sharman, 15, Joseph Kemp, teacher, Jonathan Langley, learning mentor, Ben Burton, 16, Josh Fixter, 16, Lucy Warren, 15 and Colin Shepherdson, Action for Children Boston Support Group treasurer.