Clackmannanshire was one of 14 Council areas supporting Cycling Scotland's Give Me Cycle Space campaign.
Launched on 22 April 2013 by cycling legend Mark Beaumont, the campaign asked drivers across Scotland to look out for children cycling to school.
The campaign targeted drivers, parents, and children, and highlighted the amount of space drivers should allow bikes on the road - 1.5 metres, the same width as a car.
As well as making other road users aware of young cyclists, the campaign encouraged more children to get on their bikes for a healthier, fitter lifestyle.
Local primary schools taking part were:
Alva, Banchory, Clackmannan, Claremont, St John's, Sunnyside, Fishcross, Menstrie, Muckhart, Strathdevon & Tillicoultry
We look forward to having the Give Me Cycle Space campaign back in Clackmannanshire next spring!
Thousands of children, parents and teachers were encouraged to walk to school during Walk to School Month in May.
Walking to school helps children to build confidence and independence by finding their own way to school. The school journey is an opportunity for children to learn important skills such as crossing the road and using signs and landmarks to help them find their way.
Whether it was organising a walking bus or cycling train, joining the national 'Walk to School' campaign or writing poetry, playing games, learning about road safety, painting or drawing, all the schools in Clackmannanshire got involved in 'Walk to School Month'
"Walk your way", it might change the rest of your life.
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