Blue Peter visits county schools

Children and staff from two local schools welcomed presenters Radzi and Lindsey as part of the national Sport Relief fundraiser in March. Both Much Wenlock and Broseley Primary Schools joined the popular TV personalities as they completed their Mega Mileathon.

Much Wenlock’s Y5 and Y6 children joined the two presenters in a mile run for the opening stage of their Mileathon. Head Mr Litchfield says, “The presenters were fantastic with the children and the school was really proud to be taking part in such a worthy event.”

Broseley’s school office coordinator Debbie Moore says, “We were very excited to welcome presenters Lindsey Russell and Radzi Chinyanganya to our school. They were visiting 26 schools to complete a single mile at each.

“One hundred of our Y4, 5 and 6 pupils took part in the run, which saw the presenters running around the school field with the children and completing their mile challenge.”

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