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Three Rhymney schools recognised in sustainable transport awards

Ysgol Gynradd Penalltau, Rhiw-Syr-Dafydd Primary School, and Bryn Awel Primary School all received bronze awards at the Sewta Travel Planning Awards

Three schools in the Rhymney Valley were rewarded for their excellence in travel planning during an awards ceremony held at Cardiff City Hall.

The first annual Sewta (South East Wales Transport Alliance) Travel Planning Awards took place on Tuesday, April 23, providing the opportunity to recognise and reward best practice and excellence in travel planning, as demonstrated by organisations in South East Wales.

Ysgol Gynradd Penalltau, Rhiw-Syr-Dafydd Primary School, and Bryn Awel Primary School, each received the bronze award having successfully achieved the required standard of excellence in travel planning.

“There has been a significant reduction in car use due to an increasing number walking to and from school, helping to make the Caerphilly county borough a greener place for all residents.

“I would like to thank the staff for their commitment and effort, without whom these awards would not have been possible.”

Coun Rhianon Passmore, cabinet member for education and lifelong learning, added: “Well done to all three schools for their success in obtaining the bronze award. All three establishments continue to show total commitment to sustainability and to reducing congestion around their schools.”


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