Engie Donates Free Bike Lights To Tollbar Academy Students To Keep Them Safe

David Cullum and Alison Sapcote, from Engie's Road Safety Education Team in Partnership with NE Lincs Council, donate clip-on bicycle lights to Tollbar Academy students. With them are students: (l-r) Breadon Thompson, Adam Hewson James Wilson, Ben Balch (on bike) and May Balderson.


Tollbar Academy students have received free clip-on bicycle lights from Engie to keep them safe as they ride to and from school.

David Cullum and Alison Sapcote, from Engie's Road Safety Education Team in Partnership with NE Lincs Council, have donated 300 good quality lights to the many students who travel to the Academy by bicycle.

David Cullum said: "We are donating more than 300 bike lights for safety reasons during winter times. A large number of students at Tollbar Academy use their bikes and we encourage them to do so, but we also want them to be safe, especially with the traffic upheaval outside Tollbar Academy."


One of the free clip-on bike lights donated to students by Engie.

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Caroline L Yates
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