Published: Tue 22nd March, 2022
There is just over a week left to play Beat the Street in Loughborough. Over 4,500 players have already signed up, covering over 37,000 miles in the last three weeks!
The activity game was launched at Thrope Acre Junior School earlier in the month and we spoke to teachers, pupils, the Deputy Mayor of Charnwood and partnerships manager from Beat the Street about the game and how it is inspiring so many across Loughborough to get active.
Why are pupils of Thorpe Acre Junior School excited to play Beat the Street?
Find out more from the partnerships manager at Beat the Street about how the game was formed and its success so far.
Miss Lynch, teacher at Thorpe Acre Junior School tells us why their school signed up to play.
Deputy Mayor of Charnwood, Cllr Jenni Tillotson tells us how great it is to see people get involved in Beat the Street.
It is not too late to sign up by visiting www.beatthestreet.me/loughborough
You can also view how your team is getting on via the leaderboard and where to travel with the interactive map.